The Marlins outrighted Donovan Solano, Preston Claiborne, Erik Cordier, Chris Narveson, and Chris Reed to Triple-A. All four players saw some extent of action with the Marlins in 2015.
After a few weeks of uncertainty, it was announced that Dan Jennings would return to the club as the General Manager in 2016.
The Marlins will not only move the fences in at Marlins Park, but will lower them as well in the hope of improving the club's power numbers.
Tyler Kolek, Jarlin Garcia, and Josh Naylor are listed as the Marlins top three prospects according to Baseball Prospectus.
Five takeaways from the Marlins end of season press conference.
Around the League
The Cubs hit a total of six home runs in their 8-6 victory over the Cardinals yesterday.
The Royals used a five-run eighth inning to come back and force a Game 5 against the Astros.
The Blue Jays powerful offense came alive in Game 4 to bring the series back to Toronto for the deciding game.
Marcus Stroman will be on the mound for Blue Jays in their critical Game 5 matchup against the Rangers.
-Miami Marlins should consider trading for Indians starters - Fish Stripes
Both Carlos Carrasco and Danny Salazar could be made available.
-Dee Gordon under pressure to repeat for Marlins - Fish Stripes
Dee Gordon proved himself to be one of the best players in the league at second base during a lost season for Miami. Will he be able to achieve similar success if the Marlins have more to play for?
-Miami Marlins should only consider experienced managers in search - Fish Stripes
It might go without saying. But the Marlins have expressed interest in individuals who might not be qualified.
-2015 Miami Marlins Season Review: Injuries - Fish Stripes
We begin the Marlins Season Review in earnest with one of the worst aspects of the 2015 season: the injuries.
-All-Time Marlins Countdown: Chapter IV - Fish Stripes
Another look at five Marlins from days past.