Today’s Marlins news roundup also includes an insightful podcast episode with a Twins expert.
Ely gets the Twins’ perspective on how the blockbuster deal came together.
Sherman quickly shot down a report this week that questioned his long-term plans for the franchise.
Today’s Marlins news roundup also includes an update on their pursuit of free agent Yuli Gurriel.
Daniel, Louis and Ely cover 2023 ZiPS projections and the Marlins’ main starting shortstop candidates, Joey Wendle and Jacob Amaya.
Today’s Marlins news roundup also includes reactions to the Arraez/López trade from a lot of different perspectives.
The Marlins bundled a pair of teenage hitters with López to acquire an elite contact hitter and reigning American League batting champ.
Fish Stripes rewinds to one of Miami’s many wins over the Nationals last season.
These characters were created to entertain. How would their talents translate to one-on-one combat?
Today’s Marlins news roundup also includes the results of our first-ever "Call-Up Contest."
Isaac, Kevin and Pro Baseball Radar’s Rob Dressler predict soon-to-be big leaguers in the Marlins organization.
Castano found himself buried too deep on Miami’s starting rotation depth chart.
On January 15, the Marlins began inking a new class of talented prospects from the Dominican Republic, Venezuela, the Bahamas and elsewhere.
Today’s Marlins news roundup also includes an update on the next chapter of Brian Anderson’s career.
What other pitchers performed at a high level after back-to-back years without any professional appearances?
Analyzing the Marlins’ new additions with help from a club executive.
Today’s Marlins news roundup also includes more information about this week’s job fair at LoanDepot Park.
The Marlins signed all but two of their remaining arbitration-eligible players on Friday.
A regularly updated list of non-40-man players who’ll try to make a good impression in Jupiter.
Today’s Marlins news roundup also includes the latest on trade talks with the Twins regarding Pablo López.