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Fish Cap: Marlins 0, Nationals 3

The Marlins were shut out by Gio Gonzalez and the Nationals for the second consecutive game to open the season, falling by a final score of 3-0.

Jose Fernandez promotion: What to expect

The Marlins' decision to promote top prospect Jose Fernandez is one that could have a huge impact on the 20-year-old's development. Here's what Fish fans can expect in terms of on-field production...

Fish Stripes 2013 Top Marlins Prospects: #13-15

Our Fish Stripes Top Marlins Prospects List continues with numbers 13-15, featuring pitcher Mason Hope, outfielder Jesus Solorzano, and third basemen Zack Cox.

Fish Stripes Top Prospects: #11 Derek Dietrich

Acquired from the Rays for Yunel Escobar, infield prospect Derek Dietrich ranks as the eleventh-best prospect on our Fish Stripes Top 20 Prospects for 2013.

Fish Stripes 2013 Top Prospects: #9 Jacob Realmuto

Catching prospect Jacob Realmuto is an intriguing athlete who could find himself competing for Rob Brantly's starting job and forcing the organization to make a tough decision.

Fish Stripes 2013 Top 20 Prospects: #8 Rob Brantly

Jacob Turner was the prize prospect acquisition in last July's trade that sent Anibal Sanchez and Omar Infante to Detroit, but catcher Rob Brantly could prove to be the deal's most valuable return.

Fish Stripes Top Prospects: #6 Justin Nicolino

Florida native Justin Nicolino is another intriguing addition to the Marlins' system by way of Toronto. If he keeps up his current pace, he could make his way to Marlins Park sooner rather than later.

Fish Stripes 2013 Top Prospects: #3 Jake Marisnick

The key component of the Miami Marlins - Toronto Blue Jays blockbuster, outfielder Jake Marisnick, comes in third on the Fish Stripes Top 20 Miami Marlins Prospects list.

Marlins Sign Minor League FA Downs, Slowey, Talbot


On Wednesday, the Marlins signed three minor league free agents who will likely have the chance to sneak their way onto the Opening Day roster.

An Optimist's View of the Miami Marlins

There was plenty of negativity and turmoil surrounding the 2012 Miami Marlins, and for good reason. Hopefully for their fans, 2013 will present an opportunity to start focusing on the positives.

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