The fence discussion is back. According to Barry Jackson of The Miami Herald, the Marlins are once again considering moving in the fences at Marlins Park.
The Marlins tell us they’re considering bringing in the fences and possibly lowering the walls at Marlins Park next season. David Samson confirmed the team has been discussing the possibility.
Giancarlo Stanton wants to see the Marlins upgrade their roster this winter. The club has been plagued by injuries throughout 2015.
Jarred Cosart is no longer plagued by dizziness or vertigo symptoms. He will likely make a rehab start in Jupiter in the coming days.
Jose Fernandez and Rich Waltz were part of Miami's ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
In a rough year, Ichiro Suzuki continues to be a bright spot for the Marlins.
Cole Gillespie got hurt trying to make a catch but appears to be healthy after entering Saturday's contest.
David Phelps will not pitch for the Marlins again this season.
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The Yankees plan on using a six-man rotation moving forward.
Lucas Duda is headed back to the disabled list, this time with lower back pain.
Yunel Escobar is day-to-day with a hyper-extended neck.
Mike Fiers is still being praised for his no-hitter against the Dodgers on Friday night.
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The 23-year old was involved in extension talks last offseason but might not have another opportunity to negotiate a long-term deal.
With a notable lack of minor league depth ruling out many possible trade scenarios, the Fish will have to be big players in the free agent market if they hope to end their playoff drought in 2016.
The Miami Marlins' ways of building their team show a risk-averse nature that is not prototypical of a good small-market team.
The Dodgers announced Latos would be sent to the bullpen as the club turns to a four man rotation.
Scott McGough was recalled in the corresponding roster move.
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