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Christian Yelich, Giancarlo Stanton, and Adeiny Hechavarria were all named Gold Glove finalists. Plus links on Carter Capps and Jarred Cosart.

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-Miami Marlins 2014 Grades: Jarred Cosart - Marlin Maniac - A Miami Marlins Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

I have to start this out by apologizing to Jarred Cosart, Mike Hill, and Dan Jennings. It is no secret that some of the moves that the Marlins front office have made in recent years haven’t exactly panned out for the Fish, but the early returns on the midseason acquisition of Jarred Cosart are excellent, despite my detest of the trade originally.

-Marlins Rumors: Ike Davis an option for the Miami? - Marlin Maniac - A Miami Marlins Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

As we have noted many times here on Marlin Maniac, the Miami Marlins are ready to move on from first baseman Garrett Jones after his abysmal 2014 season. Even with a $5 million contract for the upcoming season, the Marlins will look for an alternative option at first next season.

-Marlins 2014 Trade Grades: Logan Morrison for Carter Capps - Marlin Maniac - A Miami Marlins Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

Of course we will be looking at these trades from a Marlins perspective, so if the Marlins have a surplus of pitching, and they deal from that surplus, then that will be viewed as more favorable than a getting back someone that may not be the best fit. The first trade we are going to look at is Carter Capps for Logan Morrison.

-Unraveling mystery of Miami Marlins fan at World Series |

you couldn’t miss it — a man right behind home plate wearing a bright orange Miami Marlins jersey amid a sea of fans wearing royal blue. So, who is that guy, anyway?

-Marlins Arizona Fall League overview |

Anthony DeSclafani, the Marlins' No. 3 prospect is spending his time with the Salt River Rafters in the Arizona Fall League working on the pitches he needs to complement his fastball while also making up for some lost innings. "This is a good spot for me to work on my secondary stuff," DeSclafani said. "Getting a taste of the big leagues was a big motivator. I went up and down a lot this year. I want to stick up there next year, for sure. To get my stuff where it needs to be is going to be huge for me."

-Hechavarria, Stanton, Yelich first-time Gold Glove finalists |

Three Marlins will have their first shot at a Rawlings Gold Glove Award this year, as shortstop Adeiny Hechavarria and outfielders Giancarlo Stanton and Christian Yelich were named National League finalists at their respective positions on Thursday.

Around The League

-Bullpen moves decided Game 2 of World Series. | : Will Leitch Article

Since the Royals' Wild Card game, "What does Ned Yost do in the sixth to get to his three great relievers?" has been the critical question for Kansas City this postseason. In Game 2 of the World Series, Yost solved this dilemma and equalized the series.

-Lincecum undergoes MRI; Bochy remains optimistic |

SAN FRANCISCO -- A day after Tim Lincecum left Game 2 of the World Series at Kauffman Stadium because of tightness in his back, Giants manager Bruce Bochy was decidedly upbeat about the extent of the injury, which occurred during the veteran right-hander's first outing of the postseason. As the Giants worked out at AT&T Park in preparation for Friday night's Game 3 against the Royals, Lincecum was offsite undergoing an MRI to evaluate the nature of the damage.

-O'Neil's legacy carrying on through Royals |

SAN FRANCISCO -- Throughout the Royals' frenetic playoff run, one that was void of a loss until Game 1 of the World Series, one comment kept coming up in conversation among those familiar with Kansas City baseball. Buck woulda loved this.

-In first five years, Posey evoking legendary backstops |

It doesn't take an expert in the art of catching to realize that Buster Posey is a special player off to a rare start to his Major League career. Rookie of the Year and Most Valuable Player honors speak to his individual talents. Two World Series rings with a third hanging in the balance are testament to his leadership qualities, both behind and beside the plate. Doesn't take a genius to figure out that's something special, something historic after just five years. Giants manager Bruce Bochy is in fact an expert in the art of catching, chief among his many assets as the dean of active Major League skippers. His perspective of having worn the so-called tools of ignorance for a decade in the Majors is at the very root of his wisdom on the top step of the dugout for two decades since. His opinion on Posey is uniquely qualified.

At Fish Stripes

-Miami Marlins Prospects: AFL Report - Fish Stripes

As the AFL schedule hits it's stride, lets take a look at how some Miami Marlins prospects finished their week.

-2014 Marlins Season Review: Bench and position player grades - Fish Stripes

The Marlins had a number of bench players play contributing roles, but none stood out as impressive overall for the team in 2014.

-Casey McGehee named Sporting News Comeback Player of The Year - Fish Stripes

Upon returning from Japan, Casey McGehee was solid in 2014. After a consistent year, Sporting News named McGehee the National League Comeback Player of The Year.

-2014 Marlins Season Review: Jose Fernandez - Fish Stripes

Jose Fernandez's season was going very well for the Marlins before an elbow injury and Tommy John surgery ended his year prematurely.

-'Marlins Man' bothering Royals - Fish Stripes

That guy behind home plate, who has been deemed "Marlins Man," is reportedly bothering the Royals.