Updates on how the Marlins (and society at large) are being affected by the pandemic
The Marlins have at least a couple key reinforcements on the way!
The Marlins are seeking reinforcements at every position to give themselves an opportunity to resume their 2020 season.
The young second baseman says he will "deeply miss" his Marlins teammates and the competition, but needed to make best decision for himself following COVID-19 outbreak.
The team is finally departing Philadelphia, with eligible players preparing to resume their 2020 season in other road cities while the infected ones will be moved to a new quarantine location.
Will the Marlins ever get to play in their home ballpark in 2020?
And a major figure in the Marlins community passes away.
Their 2020 season is paused through the end of the week.
Pending another round of COVID-19 test results, the Marlins are scheduled to resume their season in Baltimore on Wednesday, Manfred says.
Lots of useful Marlins-related links to get you through the holiday weekend.
A Marlins player...playing baseball?! Despite numerous complications, MLB is determined to move forward with 2020 season preparations.
Could this be the week that MLB owners and players put aside their differences and finalize plans for a 2020 season? Plus an interview with well-regarded Marlins coach James Rowson.
Up to 100 baseball ops employees could be affected beginning June 1, Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reports.
Despite his near-unanimous election, Derek Jeter will need to wait another year to be enshrined in Cooperstown.
Anticipating millions of dollars in lost revenue due to COVID-19, Marlins executives are limiting the franchise’s expenses by electing to take pay cuts themselves.
Several coronavirus-related updates, plus a look at MLB.com’s choices for the all-time Marlins roster.
A status update from the Marlins CEO and the introduction to an exciting new project on Fish Stripes.
Only people ages 65 and older who have been exhibiting possible coronavirus symptoms will be tested for the time being.
Accepting that the 2020 MLB season will be significantly shortened (if it takes place at all), plus crowdsourcing your best/worst Marlins players to quarantine with.
With no Marlins baseball for the foreseeable future, the team’s ballpark is being repurposed to assist with the coronavirus health crisis.