2014 Miami Marlins News and Rumors

Stanton "needs a season" to evaluate Marlins

Star outfielder Gianacarlo Stanton recently said that he likes the Marlins' progression towards competitiveness but he still "needs a year" to determine if Miami is the best place for him long-term.

Spring Training 2014: Top prospects demoted

The Miami Marlns went through their second wave of roster cuts, and top prospects like Andrew Heaney, Colin Moran, and Brian Flynn were all demoted during the process.

Spring Training 2014: Marlins out of options

The Miami Marlins have a number of players who are out of options and, as a result, will either have to make the Opening Day roster or risk being sent elsewhere. What is the impact of these options on roster construction?

Marlins' Marcell Ozuna not a lock in center field

Miami Marlins center fielder is not a lock to win the starting center field job after a slow start to the spring. Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald noted that the Marlins have a backup plan should Ozuna continue to struggle.

Marlins' Carter Capps adjusting delivery

Miami Marlins' reiever Carter Capps, who was acquired from Seattle at the Winter Meetings, is working on improving his delivery before the start of the season.

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.

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