Last year, the Marlins were very aggressive at the Winter Meetings, picking up Dee Gordon, Mat Latos and Dan Haren all in the space of just a few days. This year, however, Miami is going with an open mind and waiting to see what unfolds in front of them.
The Fish picked up some bullpen help yesterday as they acquired the hard-throwing Nefi Ogando off waivers from the Phillies.
The rumors continue to swirl that Barry Bonds will, indeed, become a hitting coach with the team. Multiple reports say the deal is done, but there is no official word from the Marlins.
It was reported that Miami may have found a trade partner in the Mariners for Marcell Ozuna last week. These negotiations may have broken down, though.
The news that Barry Bonds may reside in the Marlins' dugout next season has been met with some criticism.
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Despite having just posted the worst season of his career, Jeff Samardzija is rumored to have a $100 million offer on the table.
Now that David Price has signed for the Red Sox, the rest of the free agent market is starting to take shape
David Ortiz is ready to put aside his differences with David Price. The two have come to blows over recent seasons.
Here is the shopping list of all 15 American League teams heading into the Winter Meetings on Monday. It's going to be a hectic few days.
At Fish Stripes
Marlins, Mariners 'could have issues' with regard to starting pitching - Fish Stripes
Taijuan Walker might not be on the move, and this has possibly resulted in a breakdown in negotiations between the two teams.
2016 Miami Marlins Offseason Plan: Martin Prado trade - Fish Stripes
The productive veteran could be of more use to a serious championship contender in 2016.
Barry Bonds joining the Miami Marlins for an interesting season - Fish Stripes
Another fiery personality may not be what the club needs at this point in time.
Barry Bonds will accept Miami Marlins' hitting coach position, per report - Fish Stripes
The all-time home run leader could be packing his bags for the 305 any day now.