While the Marlins' bullpen has continued to struggle during Miami's recent losing streak, Marlins' manager Mike Redmond is putting a partial amount of the blame on the shoulders of the team's starting rotation.
Brief rundown of Miami's minor league affiliates and top prospects.
Despite Miami's continued struggles, the Yelich/ Stanton duo were able to share a quick laugh during Monday night's matchup against Washington.
Bleacher Report writer Cheng Sio gives his opinions on Miami's first two weeks of the 2014 season.
After missing the majority of Spring Training and the start of the regular season with a lingering hamstring injury, Rafael Furcal has started his rehab stint Single A Jupiter. According to a recent statement from Marlins manager Mike Redmond, Furcal is expected to make his debut with the Marlins in early May.
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SBNation's Grant Brisbee takes a look back at Toronto's 2012 offseason and how it's affected the team's overall landscape during the 2014 campaign.
Going into Tuesday's game against Houston, Kansas CIty only had a single home run during the 2014 season. With that in mind, SBNation's Marc Normandin investigates Kansas City's lone home run and explains why it shouldn't really count.
A roundup of Twitter reactions from players regarding Jackie Robinson Day.
SportsonEarth's Jonathan Bernhardt takes a glance at some of the more surprising teams who have gotten off to a quick start during the 2014 season.
SportsonEarth's Howard Megdal investigates Jackie Bradley Jr's recent stretch and how he's improved despite not changing up his approach.
The Miami Marlins have to be happy about Giancarlo Stanton's hot April start, which has been filled with power swings. Is there any reason to believe this will continue?
Miami Marlins Manager Mike Redmond fears that Jose Fernandez will be anxious to get back on the mound after giving up six runs on Friday night, stating that it will be "torture" until Fernandez's next start.
Mike Redmond has made his fair share of mistakes at the helm of the Miami Marlins. But sacrificing team continuity is not going to assist the long-term goals of the Fish.
A play at the plate during the sixth inning of the Miami Marlins- Philadelphia Phillies game on Sunday afternoon perfectly illustrates the gray area that MLB inadvertently created when it sought to rid itself of unnecessary home plate collisions