Last weekend was not the first time the Marlins considered firing Mike Redmond. According to MLB.com's Joe Frisaro, the Marlins strongly considered firing Redmond after the club was swept by the Mets in April.
Redmond indeed almost was dismissed after the Marlins were swept by the Mets at Citi Field in early April. One of the voices to stop it from happening was the general manager — Dan Jennings.
Redmond may not have agreed with the front office with regard to roster moves. Frisaro notes he wanted to give Henderson Alvarez an additional rehab start before being activated from the disabled list.
Miami scored six times on Thursday but fell to the Diamondbacks 7-6.
Miami's pitching staff has not yet established itself as consistent. But the offense has not provided much support.
Carter Capps is still working on improving his delivery. Getting there.
Dan Jennings has used several different lineups over the past few days. Will he continue to do so moving forward?
Tom Koehler is back in the rotation after Jarred Cosart was placed on the DL.
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For Arizona Manager Chip Hale, watching the Marlins opt to have Jennings manage is frustrating considering all of the former players who aspire to become managers.
With the Marlins' recent struggles, here are 5 players the Marlins can acquire to improve the otherwise struggling roster.
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