Marlin Maniac's Chris Logel looks at the trio of reasons as to how Miami swept the Mariners during their weekend series.
Miami utility man Reed Johnson comments on his base-running flub that possibly changed the fate of Monday's loss against Atlanta.
The Sun Sentinel gives a brief recap on Miami's series-sweeping victory over the Atlanta Braves.
Despite leaving Boston for South Beach during the offseason, Marlins catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia is still extremely close to the victims of last year's Boston Marathon bombing.
During the weekend series against Miami, current Mariners outfielder and former Marlins prospect Logan Morrison commented about how the team made a mistake with the offseason deal.
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Is Chris Sale more likely to get hurt than the average pitcher? Maybe, maybe not. But let's not bury him just yet.
The Nationals "narrow their eyes" as to Bryce Harper's motivations. As long as he produces, his motives don't truly matter.
The initial Trout vs. Harper matchup headline an excellent night of baseball that SBNation's Alex Skillin covered in the following piece.
SportsOnEarth's Howard Megdal takes a close examination at David Hale's rise up the Atlanta Braves' farm system.
Looking at the Miami Marlins home and away records, it is not surprising that Marlins Park has been a welcome retreat for many of the Miami Marlins players. No Marlin player, however, is hitting as well at home as new Marlins third baseman Casey McGehee.
The Miami Marlins had a golden chance to send home the potential game-winning run with no one out against dominant closer Craig Kimbrel and the Atlanta Braves, but passed up the opportunity. Were they right to do so?
Miami Marlins manager Mike Redmond made some questionable decisions in bunting runners over with two of his hottest hitters in the bottom of the ninth inning in a tied game versus the Seattle Mariners. Were they "right" moves?
A more effective fastball has helped Miami Marlins starter Tom Koehler thus far in 2014. Koehler's command and pitch selection in varying situations has been notably improved.
The Miami Marlins are a surprising third in the majors in runs scored, and a big reason for that is the team's surprising surge in power. But should we have expected this kind of performance from the team's offense?