Jose Fernandez is one step closer to being back. According to MLB.com's Steve Dorsey, Fernandez threw 15 pitches to live batters on Thursday.
Adeiny Hechavarria has been consistently praised for his defense. But he is also having success at the plate early in 2015 and may be closer to becoming a complete player.
Ichiro Suzuki hit a three-run home run on Wednesday night. The Marlins' dugout went crazy.
Giancarlo Stanton. All-Star. Can it happen again?
The Marlins have a notable amount of faith in catcher J.T. Realmuto. But the move might pay off, as Jarrod Saltalamacchia struggled last season and throughout April.
Miami is known for its young core. Where did ESPN rank the club's best players under 25?
Steve Cishek has been off to a slow start and Dee Gordon is hot. It is only April, though, and the sample sizes are notably small.
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Troy Tulowitzki has had a lot of success over the past few seasons. Should he be the starting shortstop in this year's All-Star game?
Houston is playing notably well, and that might make things challenging for the rest of the American League.
Albert Pujols is listed as day to day with a hamstring injury.
Gerrit Cole is emerging as Pittsburgh's ace.
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The Marlins bullpen has not provided relief and struggled in crucial situations this year.
The Miami Marlins have hit a lot of ground balls to start out the 2015 season, and that trend may continue. It generally is not a positive offensive trend.
Both Dan Haren and Mat Latos have publicly supported the catching prospect. Plus notes on potential trade partners.
Casey Soltis, Matt Juengal and Anfernee Seymour round out the best of the rest for the Miami Marlins prospect outfielders down on the farm.