2014 Miami Marlins Opinion

Fernandez injury: Hiding pain and "macho" culture


Miami Marlins star pitcher Jose Fernandez admitted to hiding arm pain prior to his season-ending UCL injury, and that he did so to avoid letting his teammates down. This was a poor decision that...

Miami Marlins not prepared to rush prospects


After losing Jose Fernandez for the year, the Miami Marlins are not prepared to rush any of their prospects to the major leagues. While Anthony DeSclafani made his major league debut, Randy Wolf...

Fernandez, Marlins set back by elbow injury


Both Jose Fernandez and the Miami Marlins suffer disappointing setbacks thanks to an elbow injury likely suffered in Fernandez's last start. How will either party recover from this?

Miami Marlins can win without Jose Fernandez


Miami Marlins starter Jose Fernandez was placed on the 15-day disabled list on Monday night. But with their pitching depth, the Marlins should be able to remain competitive.

A Greg Dobbs memorial


The Miami Marlins have designated Greg Dobbs for assignment. This signals the end of one of the worst four-year runs in Marlins history.

It's Jose Fernandez Day Again!


Barely a year into his career with the Miami Marlins, Jose Fernandez has captured the collective imagination of Marlins fans and turned every one of his starts into must see TV.

Miami Marlins need success within NL East


The Miami Marlins just completed a 2-4 road trip during which they opposed the Braves and Mets. If the Marlins want to compete moving forward, success within the division has to be consistent.

Miami Marlins starters and innings limits


The Miami Marlins are opting to start Kevin Slowey another game to avoid stretching the tema's young starters for more innings. Should they also be discussing an innings limit?

New Home Plate Collision Rule Creates Headaches


A play at the plate during the sixth inning of the Miami Marlins-Philadelphia Phillies game on Sunday afternoon perfectly illustrates the gray area that MLB inadvertently created when it sought to...

Mike Redmond and the Marlins' continuity


Mike Redmond has made his fair share of mistakes at the helm of the Miami Marlins. But sacrificing team continuity is not going to assist the long-term goals of the Fish.

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