In this extremely solid piece from the Sun Sentinel, Harvey Fialkov goes deep into the story behind the overall in-house reaction to the Fernandez injury.
Despite being in the midst of a suspension, the Marlins signed former MVP shortstop Miguel Tejada to a minor league deal. With uncertainty that still surrounds the future of Rafael Furcal, the signing of Tejada adds an affordable veteran presence to a team that has lacked any semblance of infield talent.
Rant Sports' Ryan Gaydos takes a look at some of the more viable options that the Marlins will look at in the upcoming MLB Draft.
Marlin Maniac's Daniel Zylberkan takes a deep look at the flaws behind Mike Redmond's general approach to Miami's bullpen.
Marlin Maniac's Travis Honeycutt takes a brief glance at just how solid Giancarlo Stanton has been this season.
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SBNation's Grant Brisbee reviews Disney's "Million Dollar Arm" and goes into how it's awful movie from a baseball perspective.
They aren't doomed yet, but it's easy to envision age and mileage as New York's downfall.
FanGraphs' Mike Petriello takes a glance at Astro's pitcher, Dallas Keuchel, who is having one of the more surprising runs in the game of baseball.
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A list of the last hitters to pretend they're pitchers for each organization. Sick of you not listening to our pleas, Braves.
The Miami Marlins fell to the Philadelphia Phillies 6-5 on Tuesday. Miami struggled with runners in scoring position and Anthony DeSclafani lasted just over five innings in his second major league start.
Miami Marlins prospect Andrew Heaney could be headed for Triple-A after posting solid numbers in Jacksonville. Heaney may make his major league debut at some point this season.
Jose Fernandez's attorney claims that his client's mechanics changed after he suffered a line drive to the thigh in the fifth inning of his penultimate start. Is there evidence to support this?
The Miami Marlins, Fish Stripes, and the whole baseball world lost an integral part of baseball enjoyment in 2014 when we lost Jose Fernandez to season-ending injury. To remember his great season-plus, let's look at some awesome GIFs.
After an emotional 11-games-in-11-days California road trip during which they posted a 4-7 record, lost star pitcher Jose Fernandez for the season, and welcomed a rookie and a veteran to the pitching staff, the Marlins look to regroup at home, where they have been dominant.