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Miami Marlins morning news: Date changed for first full squad workout

Miami's full squad workout has been pushed back. Plus notes on Josh Naylor and the Marlins Park fences.

Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

Marlins News

Miami's first full squad workout appeared to be set for Feb. 21. But that has changed, according to MLB.com's Joe Frisaro.

The Marlins released their new Spring Training caps Thursday:

Tim Lincecum is among the veteran starting pitchers the Marlins are considering:

MLB Network's Peter Gammons reminds us how dangerous the Marlins can be if healthy:

Marlins first round draft pick Josh Naylor is developing into a natural hitter, not just a home run threat.

Cliff Lee is being discussed as the Marlins still want to add a starter.

Miami is hoping changing the dimensions at Marlins Park will help improve the club's offensive production.

J.T. Realmuto has established himself as one of the better young catchers in the game.

Should the Marlins trade for Jonathan Lucroy?

Around the League

Tampa Bay acquired outfielder Corey Dickerson on Thursday afternoon.

Doug Fister received a one-year deal from the Astros.

What would happen if baseball changed the strike zone?

Washington signed Bronson Arroyo to a minor league deal.