Despite being below .500 since Jose Fernandez suffered a season-ending injury, they still sit at the top of the heap in the East division. Miami Herald's Clark Spencer answers the question about whether Miami is a legitimate contender.
Long-time minor league journeyman reliever Chris Hatcher has made an extremely feat by striking out 12 batters in a 13-out span.
Marlin Maniac's Chris Logel takes a look at the potential overcrowding issues that Miami could possibly face for their outfield.
Around the League
Once again, Major League Baseball sallies forth to capture more of the female audience, and once again it falls on its face.
The folks surrounding SBNation present six serious potential candidates to replace Bud Selig after this season.
SBNation's Grant Brisbee helps Detroit fans cope with the continued decline of Justin Verlander.
FanGraphs' Dave Cameron picks his selection for the American League team for the 2014 All-Star Game.
Carson Cistulli lists off the top-10 minor-league prospects based on potential WAR.
At Fish Stripes
Peter Gammons reported last week that Steve Cishek is a sleeper candidate to be involved in a trade before the end of July. But would the Miami Marlins be willing to trade their efficient closer?
The Miami Marlins promoted top pitching prospect Andrew Heaney along with Jake Marisnick, Justin Bour, and Anthony DeSclafani. Heaney had success in Triple-A, and will join a Marlins rotation without Jose Fernandez.
The promotion of Andrew Heaney for essentially half a season should be expected to provide the Marlins a real, significant improvement in the win column.
The Miami Marlins might be interested in a trade for starting pitching. Here are three names Miami might look to add to improve rotation depth.
The Miami Marlins signed top draft pick Tyler Kolek officially to a deal with a $6 million bonus. The deal was less than $1 million under slot.