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Miami Marlins morning news: two prospects make AFL All-Star game

Miami’s own Brian Anderson and Jarlin Garcia will represent the East Division on Saturday after impressive performances for the Mesa Solar Sox this fall season. Plus links on Miami’s position heading into free agency and Dee Gordon.

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Marlins News

After strong regular seasons and similarly solid AFL outings, Marlins prospects Brian Anderson and Jarlin Garcia will both take part in the AFL Fall Stars Game this Saturday.

Who returns and who departs? That is the question for some of Miami's key players in the coming weeks as the World Series finishes and the off-season officially begins.

The folks over at Marlins Maniacs tell us why Marlins supporters should be rooting for the Cubs to come back from the brink.

Despite being locked in to a long-term contract, the Marlins may consider offering Dee Gordon to other teams for starting pitching help.

Click here for a complete breakdown of the upcoming off-season for Miami, from players already under contract, to free agent targets, and trade tactics.

Around the League

Game six of the World Series is tonight, and there have been many historic game six moments throughout baseball history.

One thing is for certain: the atmosphere will be wild at Progressive Field as Cleveland hopes to celebrate a second world championship in just a few short months.

No team has won game six and seven of the World Series on the road since the 1979 Pirates, but if any team is capable of achieving such a rare feat it is this extremely talented Cubs team.

Willson Contreras will be behind the plate for Chicago to catch for Jake Arrieta, the same combination which won the Cubs game two of the series.

The last living member of the 1948 Indians which won the World Series, Eddie Robinson, will be at the game tonight to cheer his old team on.

Cubs supporters have been proclaiming that they would do some pretty extreme things in exchange for a World Series title.