Michael Hill is still entering his "walk year," but he convinced Marlins CEO Derek Jeter to commit to many of his top baseball operations lieutenants.
The unorthodox lefty hits the open market coming off a milestone age-30 campaign.
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Here are the new faces—on and off the field—tasked with improving the Marlins in 2020 and setting the franchise up to contend in the near future.
The Cuban star tumbled down the Marlins top prospects list because of his struggles at the plate in 2019. He has made adjustments to help him rebound in year two.
Miami has yet to seriously upgrade an underperforming bullpen, but there are a few familiar faces who could be brought in as veteran leaders and then be used as trade bait.
Miami's shortstop of the future is looking to make noise in the Grapefruit League next month. Plus links on the Mesa brothers and FanFest at Marlins Park.
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After getting team-friendly rates on their arbitration-eligible players, the Marlins’ payroll is even lower than previously anticipated.
Tarpley essentially replaces Brian Moran, who was designated for assignment to make room on the Marlins 40-man roster.
Uh...really? Caesars set a higher total for the team heading into each of the past two seasons.
Plus, Earning Their Stripes podcast interviews Braxton Garrett and Fish Bites pod doesn’t stand idly by
See a pattern here? Dean becomes the third DFA’d Marlin this month to be traded for a teenaged position player.
The former first-round draft pick reemerged as an impact arm in 2019.
The veteran backup catcher enjoyed the best offensive season of his pro career with the 2019 Marlins.
Even if the Marlins don’t develop an MVP-caliber player, the organization can lean on prospect depth to reach its goals for sustainable winning.
Reported salary amounts for Jonathan Villar, José Ureña and Adam Conley add clarity to the 2020 Marlins payroll.
The long anticipated veteran outfielder addition is now official, but with a surprising twist.
Marlins top prospects Sánchez, Chisholm, Guzman, Neidert to attend 2020 Rookie Career Development Program
RCDP attendees often matriculate to the major leagues the following season.
The first Marlins transaction of 2020 continues the reshaping of the bullpen while adding to their catching depth.
Facing a roster crunch, the Marlins could flip their expendable right-hander to a team with less 2020 starting rotation depth.
Brinson won the derby on Saturday with 32 total home runs, including 13 in the final round.
With numerous talented prospects now at the top levels of the minors, just how many MLB debuts could we see for Miami in 2020?