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Mitchell Custer is a Florida State University law school graduate. He is a baseball enthusiast, with a focus on advanced statistics and contracts. Mitchell is proficient in speaking, reading, and writing in Spanish.

2019 Marlins Season Preview: Trevor Richards

The secret’s out on the comeback story and the magic changeup. 2019 is where the rubber meets the road.

2018 Season Review: Outfielders

"The night is darkest just before the dawn. And I promise you, the dawn is coming."

2018 Season Review: Middle Infielders

Any good team has to be "strong up the middle." That might not be the best way to describe last year’s 2B’s and SS’s, but it’s not out of the realm of possibility, either.

Braves’ Acquisition of McCann Bottlenecks Market for J.T. Realmuto

The move shows that teams aren’t waiting for the Marlins to break the ice on the catcher’s market. If the Fish still want to get a lot in a trade, they may have to give a little.

2018 Season Review: Corner Infielders

When one beefy boy goes, another takes its place

2018 Season Review: Catchers

You can’t know where you’re going without knowing where you’ve been.

You still need quality starting pitchers to win the World Series

#Bullpenning ain’t it, Chief

Analyzing “The Bone Effect”

With his contract expiring, we look to see if the numbers support an extension for Marlins infield wiz Perry Hill.

Peter O’Brien: For real?

This year, the slugger has made a huge, late-career breakthrough. But is he here to stay?

Checking in on José Ureña and his slider

Early in the season, I hypothesized that one key adjustment from the 27 year-old righty could be the difference between "good" and "great."