Manny Acta is not the only former manager the Marlins are considering. According to MLB.com's Joe Frisaro, the Marlins have also "engaged in discussions" with former Reds skipper Dusty Baker.
Indications I've heard #Marlins have already engaged in discussions with Dusty Baker. Unsure when. But this process has been ongoing— Joe Frisaro (@JoeFrisaro) September 22, 2015
It took a while for Adam Conley to adjust to the big leagues. Conley tossed six-innings and only allowed one run against the Phillies and is making his case for a roster spot in 2016.
Dee Gordon checked on a fan struck by a foul ball.
Adeiny Hechavarria is a nominee for the Best Defensive Player Award. He is one of 13.
Miguel Rojas has proven to be versatile coming off of the Marlins' bench late in games.
Manny Acta interviewed for the Marlins' managerial job, which is notable since Dan Jennings is currently still serving as the manager.
The end of 2015 could determine where Jarred Cosart pitches in the rotation in 2016.
Gordon's bat does not stay cool for very long. It is heating up once again.
Doug Mientkiewicz could be a candidate to serve as the next Marlins manager.
Around the League
Toronto has plenty of options when it comes to creating their postseason roster.
Kansas City has opted to shut Greg Holland down for the season.
Pittsburgh clinched a playoff spot with a 13-7 victory over Colorado.
Taijuan Walker appears to be done for the season.
At Fish Stripes
-Timing of Miami Marlins managerial interviews notable - Fish Stripes
The Marlins know what they're doing. They could be forcing Dan Jennings out in the process.
-Remainder of 2015 matters for the Miami Marlins - Fish Stripes
You want to stop watching, but you really shouldn't.
-Miami Marlins' performance in last games may shape 2016 offseason - Fish Stripes
The Miami Marlins may be playing for the future of this current core in the final few games of the 2015 campaign.
-Dan Jennings relishing being Marlins' manager - Fish Stripes
The rookie skipper has faced a lot of adversity in what may have been his only few months of being a major league manager, but he still has a smile on his face.
-Miami Marlins should trade Marcell Ozuna - Fish Stripes
Ozuna's teammates do not want to see him moved but the club might be better off having a different player in center field next season.
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