Marlins batters flexed their muscles yesterday as they belted three home runs, including shots by Miguel Rojas and Christian Yelich, on the way to victory over Houston in West Palm Beach.
Rojas credits extra preparations during the winter for his solid start to Spring Training at the plate.
Analytics are starting to have more and more of an impact on how Miami manages the roster, and now a starter’s third time through the opposing lineup is under the microscope.
Wei-Yin Chen has admitted that his first year with the Marlins didn’t exactly go to plan. The lefty battled elbow soreness throughout the season and ended the year with a 5-5 record and a 4.96 ERA.
Dee Gordon has a newfound perspective on baseball this season after a difficult 2016, in more ways than one.
Everyone loves prospect stories during Spring Training, and this is a particularly interesting one.
Around the League
It is fair to say that Atlanta has one of the weirder rosters in the league, with both young prospects and multiple 40 year old veterans.
Those adopting a similar pitching style to David Price are being asked to clarify whether they are working from a windup or not with umpires before they throw with a runner on third base.
All of the rain has taken its toll on Petco Park.