After an extremely rough start on Sunday against Cincinnati, the Marlins have designated former first-round pick Jacob Turner. In response to that move, Miami called up Brian Flynn.
Sun Sentinel's Craig Davis examines Marlins reliever Dan Jennings' roller coaster ride between the farm system and the big league club.
Nearly a full week after the blockbuster deal that saw Jarred Cosart and Kike Hernandez go to Miami, mixed reactions center the exchange with Houston.
Contrary to the array of rumors that have circulated for the past few months, the Red Sox reportedly never made a run at Giancarlo Stanton.
Marlin Maniac's Ehsan Kassim takes a look at a story about Miami offering up to prospects for Jon Lester during the Trade Deadline.
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He won't be playing shortstop any longer, but that barely matters with his bat.
Even before his recent power surge, the Yankees left fielder was having a quietly great year, one that should be an example to the coming generation of all-around hitters. ... And then we can all shut up about the shift already.
Nationals All-Star outfielder recently teamed up with Gatorade to help renovated a locker room in a local DC school.
Giancarlo Stanton may be "all-in" on staying in Miami, but are the Marlins prepared to offer him the necessary money for him to stay in south Florida?
Rob Bradford of WEEI.com reported on Sunday that the Red Sox never looked to trade for Giancarlo Stanton before last Thursday's non-waiver trade deadline. Bradford also noted the Marlins offered top prospects while in pursuit of Jon Lester.
Yoni Pollak of House of Houston and I discussed the deal that sent Jarred Cosart to the Marlins before last Thursday's non-waiver trade deadline. Points of discussion include Cosart's character, Enrique Hernandez's capabilities, and the impact of losing Jake Marisnick and Colin Moran.
The Miami Marlins designated Jacob Turner for assignment on Tuesday afternoon. Brian Flynn will take his spot on the roster.