Marcell Ozuna has seen early success in the Majors after being an international player brought through the Marlins farm system. The Marlins have a few more international players in their system that could get major league call-ups in the near future.
On Monday Dan Haren threw four scoreless innings and, after pondering retirement, he is starting to feel comfortable with the Marlins. Haren could be a vital piece to the Marlins rotation, especially as they wait for Jose Fernandez to return.
In an interview with the New York Times, Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria said that he was confident about this upcoming season and likes that the Marlins are flying under the radar as a possible playoff contender.
With expectations rising on the field for the Marlins, they will be traveling in style off of the field this season with a brand new private team jet. The jet has the Marlins logo on it, a massage table, and a card table.
Around the League
Cliff Lee was placed on the 60-day DL after suffering a torn tendon in his arm.
With a new commissioner in charge of MLB, Pete Rose has asked Rob Manfed to review his case in hopes of getting his lifetime ban lifted.
After getting voted into the Hall of Fame this past year, Craig Biggio voiced his case for Jeff Bagwell to join him in Cooperstown.
At Fish Stripes
After an interesting offseason, here is a complete preview/prediction for the Marlins 2015 season.
The Marlins have starting pitching depth and, according to reports, have received interest from teams around the league.
A recap of what has happened with the Marlins in the past week and we ask you what spot in the order Marcell Ozuna should hit in.
Jarred Cosart pitched well for the Marlins after coming over in a deadline deal. Can he carry that over and excel for a full season?
The Marins are staying active in their pursuit of Hector Olivera and recently offered him a 7-year contract worth $53 million.