The Sun-Sentinel's Clark Spencer takes a glance at Miami's hot start to the season and tries to examine what could be down the road for the Marlins.
Defensive-minded shortstop Adeiny Hechavarria has had a fantastic start to the 2014 season. Sun-Sentinel takes a look at how Hechavarria's start stacks up to previous Marlins' players.
Even though the season has just begun, Jose Fernandez has already won an award. The 21-year-old Fernandez was awarded the NL co-player of the week alongside Rockies outfielder Charlie Blackmon.
The Sun-Sentinel examines the approach of new Marlins hitting coach Frank Menechino.
Marlin Maniac's Chris Logel gives his Power Rankings following the first week of the season.
SBNation's Grant Brisbee tries to answer a simple question: Can you make a big deal out of Miami's hot start.
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It is easy to say that the Miami Marlins are going to regress going forward in 2014. But if the Fish extend their good luck into a second week, you have to at least consider how many wins the Marlins will start with in the books before their slide.
The 2014 Miami Marlins are neither the bulldozer they showed to be the first week nor the pushover they were projected to be. As with all stories, the truth is somewhere in between.
Having just won their first two series at home against the Colorado Rockies and San Diego Padres to start the 2014 season, the Miami Marlins are not planning on letting the outcome of the upcoming road series against the NL East favorite Washington Nationals dictate their outlook on the rest of the season.
Miami Marlins starter Jose Fernandez was named the co-NL player of the week on Monday. Fernandez went 2-0 to begin the season and was effective in both starts.