After his home run during last night's victory against Milwaukee, Stanton tied Dan Uggla on the Marlins all-time home run list. Miami Herald's Clark Spencer put that in perspective by breaking down the complete list of franchise home run leader.
After being rumored to being finished with the season after suffering an oblique injury during his September 1st start, it appears that Alvarez's season might not be over. During a pre-game interview before Tuesday's game against Milwaukee, Redmond pointed out that the All-Star starter should be fine to pitch on Friday.
While the main focus with the Marlins is still directed on their faint postseason hopes, the upcoming could potentially look tough as they're schedule to host the Yankees and Red Sox during the upcoming season.
New Marlin Maniac contributor Miller Lepree gives his reasoning of how Andrew Heaney is a better fit in the Marlins rotation than a few of their current starters.
Sun Sentinel's Juan Rodriguez takes a look at how Jarred Cosart's early Marlins success has been unprecedented.
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None of them have to do with trading Yoenis Cespedes.
MLB attempted to get out in front of some potentially controversial situations in the postseason by clarifying a confusing rule.
SB Nation's Grant Brisbee takes a look at how strange and uncomfortable that Derek Jeter Day was in his perspective.
FanGraphs' August Fagerstrom examines Indians' stud starter Danny Salazar from different perspectives in an attempt to figure out his true value.
David Wright will miss the final three weeks of the season with persistent inflammation in the rotator cuff in his left shoulder, but the Mets third baseman doesn't need surgery, for now.
Sure, the Miami Marlins have Giancarlo Stanton in the lineup, but in Marcell Ozuna, they have a second piece of power hitting that they have been missing since 2011.
Don't get me wrong; the ideal scenario in most Marlins fans' minds involves Giancarlo Stanton signing a long-term extension. This article assumes that a long-term deal is not in the offing and instead looks at potential trades that make sense for the Marlins and their potential trade partner.
According to The Sun Sentinel, starter Henderson Alvarez is expected to return to the rotation on Friday against the Phillies. Alvarez has been out with an oblique strain.
Andrew Heaney had a lot of things work for him last time around, and some things that did not work for him. What should he keep doing, and where can he improve?
Despite being one of the youngest players in the league, Austin Dean burst onto the scene playing for the Greensboro Grasshoppers in 2014.