Your Miami Marlins links for Tuesday, March 13th, 2018
Spring training results
The Marlins were off yesterday. Overall, they’ve compiled a 10-5 record to date.
The Marlins will face off against the Cardinals again in a couple hours here, Jose Urena vs Carlos Martinez.
Justin Bour was a late scratch with back spasms.
Joe Frisaro checks in with a roster prediction, and Ely was kind enough to compare it to the predictions he released a month prior:
Today's update (changes in CAPS)— Fish Stripes (@fishstripes) March 12, 2018
Realmuto, Bour, Castro, ANDERSON, Rojas, Telis, MOONEY, Lee, Cooper, Brinson, MAYBIN, Dietrich, Ureña, Straily, Conley, ALCANTARA, DESPAIGNE, Ziegler, Barraclough, Tazawa, O'GRADY, Wittgren, Steckenrider, TURNER, Nicolino https://t.co/ow1s4TYB0E
The next great Cuban ace?
The baseball blog Con Las Bases Llenas has a good interview with 16 year old Cuban prospect Sandy Gaston, in which he talks about the Miami Marlins being his destination of choice.
Sandy Gaston seems to want to be a part of the Miami Marlins. Please, Jeter, make this happen. pic.twitter.com/0WbSOtW3yp— Danny M. (@all_right_Miami) March 12, 2018
Last man standing
Clark Spencer has a great story about Rock Hughes, the last full-time employee of the Marlins who was around at the beginning.
Andre C. Fernandez wonders if J.T. Realmuto is going to be ready for Opening Day.
Erstwhile Marlin signs
Dolphins or Marlins?
Dave George of the Palm Beach Post says that the Dolphins are taking a page out of the Marlins playbook with their recent moves.
Here at Fish Stripes
Ely profiles Justin Nicolino as a potential rotation candidate.
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