2014 Miami Marlins Opinion

Marlins and "consistency" with Garrett Jones

The Miami Marlins chose consistency of Garrett Jones over the unknown quality of Logan Morrison. Was that the right idea for this team?

Morrison trade: Open letter to Marlins fans

Logan Morrison knew for some time that he was on the trading block, so he had an open letter for Miami Marlins fans ready for when that time came.

Morrison trade: Marlins trade away disappointment

The Miami Marlins pulled the trigger on a Logan Morrison trade, sending him to the Seattle Mariners for reliever Carter Capps. The return is small, but expected given Morrison's disastrous career.

The Marlins and the Stanton trade question

The Miami Marlins insist that Giancarlo Stanton is not available for trade. But is the team right to make him untouchable like this?

Marlins, Mike Napoli, and the value of 2014 wins

The Miami Marlins have internally discussed Mike Napoli for a possible contract offer, but how valuable would the pickup really be for Miami given their competitive status?

Fish Stripes Inbox: Uggla, Stanton trade, Brantly

The latest inbox by Marlins MLB.com beat writer Joe Frisaro includes a discussion on Dan Uggla, the odds of a Giancarlo Stanton trade, and the status of Rob Brantly among other things. Fish Stripes will tackle these questions!

Marlins get mixed results from the 2012 fire sale

The Miami Marlins are better off now than they were before they made the 2012 fire sale trade with the Toronto Blue Jays, The team made the right baseball decision in a vacuum, but the move was still detrimental in other manners.

Marlins looking for stability around Stanton

The Miami Marlins are trying to find some stability in the clubhouse around Giancarlo Stanton. Should the team extend that stability to the playing field as well?

David Samson: "No-trade clauses never help the tea

Miami Marlins team president David Samson reiterated the team's opinion on no-trade clauses when asked about trying to sign Giancarlo Stanton to a long-term extension.

Fernandez wins deserving Rookie of the Year award

Miami Marlins starter Jose Fernandez was the rightful winner of the 2013 National League Rookie of the Year award, and the voters clearly recognized that in a deserving landslide decision.

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