2014 Miami Marlins News and Rumors

Spring Training 2014: Marlins make 12 roster cuts

The Miami Marlins sent 12 players to the minor leagues in their first round of roster cuts in Spring Training. Who were they and how does this affect the team?

Relievers Compete For Spot In Marlins Bullpen

MLB vet Kevin Slowey and reliever Carter Capps are among the handful of relievers who are pursuing spots in Miami's bullpen for the 2014 season.

Stanton trade rumors: Stanton to Red Sox possible?

The latest rumor mill rumblings regarding a potential Giancarlo Stanton trade target include the Boston Red Sox. Would they be a good fit, and what could they offer to Miami?

Marlins have lineup criticized by Boston owner

After the Marlins publicly complained about the minor league lineup the Red Sox used in a game last Thursday, Boston owner John Henry openly defamed Miami's own starting lineup.

Marlins' Lucas quietly fighting for roster spot

Miami Marlins utility infielder Ed Lucashas taken a "humble approach" in order to try and win a roster spot this spring. Lucas, who received significant playing time a season ago, is looking to win a bench spot with the squad.

Marlins coach Menechino asking for plate patience

The Miami Marlins are looking to improve offensively in any way possible. One way the team is trying is to be more patient at the plate as per new hitting coach Frank Menechino's guidelines. How might that turn out for the Fish?

Marlins look to improve baserunning in 2014

The Miami Marlins will look to improve on an awful baserunning season with the addition of new coach Brett Butler. How bad were they in 2013 and how can they improve in 2014?

2014 Marlins Season Preview: Christian Yelich

Christian Yelich is the latest in a long line of touted Marlins hitting prospects, and he will make his full-season debut in 2014. Will he turn into the next success story like Giancarlo Stanton or flounder like Jeremy Hermida?

Nathan Eovaldi looking to utilize offspeed pitches

After being accustomed to throwing a high-90s fastball for most of his young career, Miami Marlins' starter Nathan Eovaldi is looking to improve his offspeed pitches this spring. Eovaldi is expected to be Miami's second starter behind Jose Fernandez.

Miami Marlins' catcher determined to become leader

Miami Marlins' catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia is optimistic heading into the 2014 season, and is hoping to become one of the team's primary leaders.

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