2014 Miami Marlins Analysis

Marlins Key Questions: Jones and platoon splits

Mike Redmond and the Miami Marlins are prepared to try Garrett Jones versus left-handed pitching. How much of a mistake is this?

2014 Key Questions: Furcal and second base

The Miami Marlins are expected to bat Rafael Furcal in the leadoff spot. Is he the best player for the job?

Stanton's performance and lineup protection

If Giancarlo Stanton needed lineup protection so much, how did he do well in 2012?

2014 Key Questions: Jose Fernandez expectations

The Miami Marlins are banking on a follow-up to Jose Fernandez's Rookie of the Year performance. What can the team expect in 2014?

2014 Key Questions: Will Stanton bounce back?

As we head into the new year, the Miami Marlins have a series of key questions for 2014, as highlighted by Joe Frisaro of MLB.com. Fish Stripes will tackle each one, starting with the question of Giancarlo Stanton's bounce back.

Giancarlo Stanton and lineup protection again

The Miami Marlins have provided Giancarlo Stanton lineup protection for the first time since 2012. What does that mean for the Fish?

Marlins' offseason and the Fish Stripes plan

The Miami Marlins have more or less completed their 2013 offseason plan. But how does it compare to the Fish Stripes offseason plan for the franchise?

Marlins interested in unnecessary relief help

The Miami Marlins are looking for assistance in the bullpen, but the franchise should have enough young arms to put into the pen this season that they do not need to make an addition.

Carter Capps and his future with the Marlins

Carter Capps, 23, will look to work on weaknesses in his delivery in order to find success in the Marlins bullpen.

McGehee signing: Updated lineup optimization

The Miami Marlins have made yet another signing, this time with the aim to improve their work versus left-handed pitching. How does the addition of Casey McGehee change the lineup?

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