Oddly, the Marlins were off on a Wednesday, but that doesn’t mean they weren’t in the news. And it’s 2018, so that means the losses kept coming...
Marlins new ownership claimed British Virgin Islands corporate citizenship to try to shift lawsuit out of Miami-Dade County. Source says small South American investor started company in BVI for investment to shield assets from potential government control https://t.co/SRUdP6ja3W— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) April 19, 2018
Lastly, Maritza Fernandez says that last month, she got a call from Marlins brass telling her to come clear out Jose’s locker in the clubhouse which she says had been preserved with his items inside, says she was told it would never be cleaned out. (More) https://t.co/QbCSwrLjcD— Liane Morejon (@LianeMorejonTV) April 18, 2018
and in the past.
At least the fish are winning…in Hawaii? Okay, I deceived you there, but there is...
Some good news
Just two starts into Jarlin Garcia’s career, the Herald is asking if he's already Miami’s best pitcher.
The Sun-Sentinel speculates that despite the return of J.T. Realmuto, the club still needs contributions from others on offense.
One guy has stepped up in a big way (literally).
And if you’re a prospect hound, well Guerrero has you covered there, too.
It’s Facing Former Fish Week for Miami, as the team leaves New York and Giancarlo Stanton for Milwaukee and Christian Yelich. Here’s a preview of the upcoming series against Milwaukee, where (surprise!) it’s cold.