Due to injuries to Nathan Eovaldi and Henderson Alvarez, the Marlins have promoted top prospect Jose Fernandez to the Opening Day roster and slotted him to pitch fifth in the rotation to start the year.
The Miami Marlins sign catcher Miguel Olivo to a one-year deal worth $800 thousand. The Fish are expecting Olivo to serve as a backup to starter Rob Brantly.
Miami Marins team president David Samson was also present at the Monday evening media relations session with members of the local media and myself. Samson discussed attendance problems, revenue issues, and their effects on the team.
Miami Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria, along with team president David Samson, fielded questions from media members at Marlins Park. During the session, they discussed Giancarlo Stanton, the trades, Jose Reyes, and much more.
Miami Marlins fans have suffered mostly in silence in the wake oft the Toronto Blue Jays fire sale trade, but now owner Jeffrey Loria has come out with a "letter to our fans" regarding the management of the team after the 2012 season.
The Miami Marlins' position players report today, and amid the excitement of a fresh spring training start are some notes regarding Ricky Nolasco, Chone Figgins, and players out of options.
The Miami Marlins are beginning their dredge through the 2013 season today, as pitchers and catchers report to spring training at Roger Dean Stadium in Jupiter.
The Miami Marlins continue to search through the scrap heap for a useful third baseman, and this odyssey has led them to their inevitable destiny: the team has signed Chone Figgins to a minor league contract.
The Miami Marlins and free agent relief pitcher Jon Rauch agreed to a one-year deal today. Rauch is a reliable, if unremarkable bullpen arm.
Yesterday, the rumor regarding the Miami Marlins and Jose Valverde induced a serious question for Fish fans: in the wake of a major fire sale, what interest do the Marlins have in a deposed former closer? Here is an optimist and pessimist view.
The Miami Marlins are apparently still interested in acquiring a free agent reliever, as their name has suddenly been closely linked to free agent Jose Valverde. Initially, the two sides were reportedly close to a deal, but reports are conflicting.
The Miami Marlins' Marlins Park may be a beautiful place to catch a game, but with the team's slashing of payroll, it is quickly becoming an expensive disaster for the city of Miami, proving its many detractors right after all.
Not only are the Miami Marlins mired in a situation in which the team cannot acquire and keep players thanks to owner Jeffrey Loria, but the team is also too closely watched by the meddlesome owner.
The Miami Marlins dramatically slashed payroll heading into the 2013 season, and there seems to be no end in sight of this sort of action. But the MLB Players' Association will pursue action with commissioner Bud Selig if there are no changes.
Bobby Abreu and Freddy Garcia are just two more veteran names of players interested in joining the Miami Marlins as a last-ditch effort to prolong their careers.
The Miami Marlins' Giancarlo Stanton and Steve Cishek will be representatives of Team USA in the 2013 World Baseball Classic. Newly acquired starting pitcher Henderson Alvarez will pitch for Team Venezuela as well.
The Miami Marlins' Giancarlo Stanton tells USA Today's Bob Nightengale that he remains upset about the team's mammoth offseason trade, but that he understands that baseball is a business. Let us break down his interview.
The Miami Marlins signed free agent reliever Michael Wuertz and are rumored to be among a number of teams looking at a potential Brandon Webb comeback. In that respect, the team is smartly digging through the bargain bin for a potential steal.
The Miami Marlins and owner Jeffrey Loria have further insulated themselves from the media and outside opinions by banning team president David Samson from doing his weekly radio show or any media interviews.
Last week, it was reported that despite the swirling rumors, the Miami Marlins are unlikely to trade Giancarlo Stanton in 2013. Now, a team source has reported that the Marlins are not even considering a Stanton trade internally.