To help add some depth alongside new Marlins 1st baseman Garrett Jones, the Marlins signed veteran utility infielder Jeff Baker. In a bench role with the Rangers, Baker had a solid split line of .275/.360/.545 which would more than likely make him one of the go-to reserve bats on the Marlins.
CBS's Fantasy Baseball insider Scott White gives his take on how the various members of the Marlins might contribute in terms of fantasy baseball. As you might already know, there's not a lot of fantasy value with this Marlins team.
Baseball Hall of Famer and Marlins radio broadcaster Dave Van Horne will be inducted into the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame thanks his role as the first ever broadcaster in Blue Jays history.
ESPN SweetSpot writer David Schoenfield starts his 2014 season preview by ranking the bottom five worst teams in the MLB. The Marlins takes control of the #25 spot on Schoenfield's list where he projects the team to finish at 73-89 which is a steady improvement from last year.
Thanks to the great entrepreneurial of former NFL Pro Bowler Tiki Barber, the average man/woman can play a round of golf or go fishing with the great Jeff Conine. While Thuzio features a bunch of different athletes from many different eras, Conine should be at the top of the list because of the impact that he made on the Marlins organization.
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Former SBNation writer and frequent member of Wednesday's Fish Bites will be moving on to Fox Sports to be one of their lead baseball writer and make occasional appearances on the Fox Sports 1 network.
Bouncing off Neyer's move to Fox Sports, Baseball Nation's editor Grant Brisbee announced the closing of the site after its three year run.
A sweet and touching piece by SportsonEarth contributor Howard Megdal about how collecting baseball cards has helped him create a bond with his young daughter.
While this piece isn't exactly associated with the MLB, it's still a fun, light-hearted look at a 20 year old tape that features Michael Bolton giving softball tips.
The Miami Marlins chose to bolster their bench for the next two years by picking up utility man Jeff Baker to a two-year deal worth $3.7 million.
Nine years ago, on January 25, 2005, Carlos Delgado agrees to terms with the Marlins.
The Miami Marlins may turn to Marcell Ozuna as one of their keys to rebuild a tattered outfield. Can he accomplish this feat, or will the Marlins have to look to their other main option?
The Miami Marlins will look to Nathan Eovaldi to provide quality innings and develop in 2014. But what if his weaknesses are too insurmountable and his strength too ephemeral?