Last night’s game:
Garrett Cooper’s 10th-inning homer gave the Marlins their first road win since July 24 Tuesday night. Sandy Alcantara fired seven innings of four-run ball to put the Fish in position to win late.
The Marlins improved to 1-0 in the Brian Moran era https://t.co/66czlAc9Gc— Fish Stripes (@fishstripes) September 4, 2019
Now that you’ve basked in the glory of a comeback win, behold, your Marlins highlights of the past week:
The Marlins got their asses kicked last week, but you wouldn't know it from these highlights! Top plays from the recent 1-6 slide ✨https://t.co/itFVgrFIh3 pic.twitter.com/h51carVuhA— Fish Stripes (@fishstripes) September 3, 2019
September has arrived, which means rosters expanded on the first of the month.
Updated Marlins roster with Miguel Rojas, José Ureña and Tayron Guerrero all activated 28 total active players. 40-man roster filled up (for now).— Fish Stripes (@fishstripes) September 1, 2019
Blue is LHP/LHB, Red is switch-hitter, below the line is injured list pic.twitter.com/FjYYlwbf1J
The Fish made a flurry of other moves a couple days later as well.
Minor League news:
We perused the system and herein give you your Marlins All-Minor League Team:
Over the weekend, we selected a 20-man roster of this year's most successful Marlins minor leaguers. 2019 draft picks, "throw in" trade pieces and everything in between. https://t.co/ES8pkcfgbM— Fish Stripes (@fishstripes) September 3, 2019
The Minor League Report is here for you, too, recapping each team’s season at the three highest levels of the system. Additionally, Baseball America released its final prospect ranks for the current year.
The final full Top 100 prospects update from Baseball America this season: https://t.co/bQ3NKsbTUV— Fish Stripes (@fishstripes) September 3, 2019
20. Sixto Sánchez
43. Jesús Sánchez
55. JJ Bleday
77. Isan Díaz
79. Edward Cabrera
Jazz Chisholm, Monte Harrison both somewhere between No. 101-115
In case you were wondering how the newest Marlins have done since joining the organization this summer:
Here's how the trade deadline acquisitions did at the plate in their first partial season with the Marlins organization— Fish Stripes (@fishstripes) September 2, 2019
Jazz Chisholm: .284/.383/.494, 156 wRC+ in 94 PA
Lewin Díaz: .200/.279/.461, 108 wRC+ in 129 PA
Jesús Sánchez: .246/.338/.446, 87 wRC+ in 78 PA
Looking towards the future:
We’ve got a new Earning their Stripes podcast for you this week, featuring an interview with Nick Neidert on his upcoming trip to the Arizona Fall League.
Right now, Nick Neidert is making his final regular season start before reporting to the Arizona Fall League. Listen to our new interview with him here! https://t.co/AdS8zwb7UW— Fish Stripes (@fishstripes) September 1, 2019
After you got your Stripes fix, check out Fish Bites pod:
NEW FISH BITES— Fish Stripes (@fishstripes) September 2, 2019
How to make the 2020 Marlins respectable without breaking the bank, and Robert Dugger makes himself the obvious pick for Pitcher of the Week https://t.co/dC9TdGjmBu
Then, join the discussion (over 80 comments, wow!) over our roadmap to a successful offseason. Lastly, don’t forget to enter for your chance to win game tickets this coming Friday against the Royals!
NEW CONTEST— Fish Stripes (@fishstripes) August 29, 2019
Win 2 Marlins tickets
Sept. 6 vs. Royals
Section 6, Row 1
To enter, follow @fishstripes and reply to this tweet with your favorite moment from the Marlins season. Reply that gets the most likes wins the tix.
Let's gooooo pic.twitter.com/SXBUEoLjxq