After an extremely successful 2014 campaign, the Miami Herald explores how Mike Redmond has been a great fit for the reconstruction of the Marlins.
After an unsuccessful suspension appeal that allowed him to have multiple appearances inside the Marlins' pitching staff, right-hander Anthony DeSclafani will be serving a three-game suspension.
As a result of Miami's much improved performance, it appears that there won't be any movement inside Miami's front-office, which would be the first occurrence of this since 2010.
Despite not being promoted during the September call-up period, Marlin Maniac's Ehsan Kassim explores how Derek Dietrich can be in the mix for the second base job in 2015.
Despite improving tenfold over the prior seasons, the organization will still look to continue that evolution in the off-season by increasing their payroll in the offseason.
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Garrett Jones has been inconsistent at first base for the Marlins, but is due $5 million in 2014. Miami hasn't been content with his limited production, and may look to trade him this offseason.
Punting a position in the majors is a good way to find your team in trouble by midseason. The Miami Marlins chose to punt their entire infield in 2014, and that is part of the reason why they fell shy of playoff contention.
The Miami Marlins might have stayed in contention if Jose Fernandez had stuck around for much of the 2014 season.
The Marlins are not known to be notably active on the international market, but according to MLB.com the club is interested in Cuban outfielder Yasmany Tomas. Miami sent a pair of executives to watch his workout on Sunday.
The Miami Marlins may have been eliminated from the playoffs over the weekend. They may finish the 2014 season below .500. But the level of success attained this year cannot be understated.