Ely discusses the competition for the final two spots in the Marlins starting rotation (2:45), then is joined by Anthony Garcia for a play-by-play report from Saturday’s Marlins FanFest (14:00). Attendance for the event was announced as 17,000, up from 12,000 the previous year. Stick around for interviews with manager Don Mattingly (36:00) and shortstop prospect Jazz Chisholm (46:15).
Enjoy Episode 60!
Seemingly still on the trade block, José Ureña will be preparing for the 2020 season as a starter. In case the Marlins are unable to find a reasonable deal for him, the veteran right-hander will compete against the likes of Jordan Yamamoto, Elieser Hernandez and Robert Dugger for a spot on the staff while trying to hold off promising prospects Sixto Sánchez and Nick Neidert.
In addition to Anthony’s coverage, Fish Stripes had photographer Danis Sosa (@dsosaphotography/Instagram) on the scene at Marlins Park to capture all of the positive vibes.
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Another reminder! Tickets to Fish Stripes Night at Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium are on sale. Join us in Jupiter on Thursday night, February 27 for a Spring Training game between the Marlins and Mets.
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