2014 Miami Marlins News and Rumors

Spring Training: Marlins pitchers, catchers report

The Miami Marlins sent pitchers and catchers to Roger Dean Stadium yesterday to start the 2014 preseason.

Miami Marlins define role for Carlos Marmol

The Miami Marlins knew what they were getting when they signed reliever Carlos Marmol, and have announced a clear-cut role for him. A Miami Herald report indicated that the Marlins plan to use Marmol as a setup man to closer Steve Cishek.

Marlins' Stanton willing to sign long-term deal

Despite all of our discussion to the contrary, it sounds as though Giancarlo Stanton is at least willing to consider staying with the Miami Marlins long-term if the team is going in the "right direction."

Miami Marlins confident in 2014 bullpen

After adding several relievers via trade and free agency, the Miami Marljns are confident that their bullpen will be effective in 2014. Carlos Marmol and Carter Capps are among the notable additions.

Marlins to sign Carlos Marmol to one-year deal

The Miami Marlins are looking to bolster their bullpen with a reclamation project, signing free agent reliever Carlos Marmol to a one-year contract.

Marlins sign Baker to two-year, $3.7 million deal

The Miami Marlins chose to bolster their bench for the next two years by picking up utility man Jeff Baker to a two-year deal worth $3.7 million.

Miami Marlins sign outfielder Reed Johnson

The Miami Marlins signed Reed Johnson to a minor league contract with an invitation to major league Spring Training last week. Johnson hit .244 with the Braves last season.

Miami Marlins interested in Jeff Baker

The Miami Marlins are reportedly among the teams interested in Jeff Baker, according to CBS Sports' Jon Heyman. Baker is an option to consider if the Marlins are looking for a platoon partner for Garrett Jones at first base.

Marlins Show Interest in Reliever Nick Masset

As reported by Fox Sports insider Ken Rosenthal, the Marlins are in pursuit of former Reds reliever Nick Masset who's been out of the game for two seasons.

Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria relinquishing control

Believe it or not, but according to some sources, it seems as though Miami Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria is actually ceding front office control to his front office personnel

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