The Marlins added catching depth by signing Adrian Nieto to a minor league deal, according to MLB.com's Joe Frisaro.
Jose Fernandez took time to hand out Thanksgiving meals to local families last Friday at Marlins Park.
Dee Gordon's agent said he and the Marlins are currently working on a contract extension.
Although several clubs have expressed interest, the Marlins do not appear close to trading Marcell Ozuna.
Even though the Marlins said Scott Boras would not be involved in creating an innings limit for Jose Fernandez, Fernandez said Boras would be.
The Marlins will begin searching for a new color commentator after deciding not to renew the contract of Tommy Hutton.
Why would the Marlins consider parting with Hutton? One local columnist does not have an answer.
Miami will face Pittsburgh in a two game series in Puerto Rico next season.
Colby Lewis is among the starters the Marlins are reportedly interested in.
Fernandez has been mentioned in trade rumors but it remains unlikely he is moved.
Around the League
New York is open to trading Ivan Nova.
Atlanta signed Bud Norris to a one-year deal.
Alex Avila is heading to the White Sox.
The Giants are interested in John Lackey.
At Fish Stripes
The free agent market for starting pitchers is always dangerous, and it is a good idea for Miami to stay well clear of the bidding wars.
The Marlins sent a flurry of other starters to mixed results to the mound in 2015.
The Marlins acquired two more pitchers who ended up starting a lot of games for the Fish thanks to their injury problems.
One NL scout is also down on Marcell Ozuna.
Starting pitching should be the primary concern, but adding a closer would make the bullpen that much better.