The Marlins were off yesterday but not without intrigue. According to USA Today’s Bob Nightengale, they signed former Cardinals’ closer Trevor Rosenthal to a minor league deal. (Click the tweet below and read the replies. It’s worth your time if you like to laugh, particularly Rosenthal’s response.)
The Miami #Marlins sign #STLCards closer Trevor Rosenthal to a one year contract while recovering from Tommy John surgery that will pay him $88,900 in the minors and the league minimum of 545,000 if he returns to the big leagues this year— Bob Nightengale (@BNightengale) April 4, 2018
This week’s awful click-bait headline is brought to you by the Herald. Spoiler alert: “this pitcher” getting rave reviews is José Ureña. Do the Herald headline writer a favor though, and click the article at least for the Brian Anderson stat at the end, as well as for news on the roof.
The team twitter asked about uniforms. We offered our help:
And finally, some feels for your Thursday: The Stoneman Douglas high school baseball team had the opportunity to play a district game Wednesday at Marlins Park, which they won. Derek Jeter delivered the invite personally, via conference call.