Miami is hoping to add starting pitching this winter and Yovani Gallardo could be an option. MLB.com's Joe Frisaro expects the Marlins to pursue Gallardo this offseason.
As the offseason begins, the Marlins have made it a goal to first find their next manager. The expectation is the club will hire someone with previous managerial experience.
Miami thrived throughout September and hopes to carry that momentum into 2016.
Adeiny Hechavarria remains a candidate to be named baseball's best defensive player.
The fences at Marlins Park will be moved in before the start of 2016. Multiple players have noted the gaps are too spacious.
Ichiro Suzuki will be back with the Marlins next season after being re-signed by the club.
Marlins President David Samson regrets asking Dan Jennings to manage the team after Mike Redmond was dismissed.
Dee Gordon is the Marlins' nominee for the Roberto Clemente Award.
Quite a few changes are coming to the Marlins. Keep track of them here.
There are multiple things we can learn from the 2015 campaign.
Around the League
Joe Girardi could be on the hot seat next season.
Colorado opted to keep Walt Weiss heading into 2016.
At Fish Stripes
A.J. Ramos and Carter Capps have pitched well. But how much better would the Marlins be with those two pitching in the seventh and eighth innings?
Today's article features Petey Pipes, a catcher from Long Beach, a pitcher from Dayton, Florida's original right fielder, and a future hall-of-fame outfielder.
-Miami Marlins should create platoon situation at first base - Fish Stripes
The Marlins have lacked consistency at first base over the last few seasons. Justin Bour has proven to be half of the solution.
It shouldn't take a lot for the Marlins to be competitive next season.
Dee Gordon has thrived all season. Miami wants to extend him.
Nobody expected Stanton to return in 2015.