Updating the health of Marlins players and top prospects
Just when the Marlins positive injury news was rolling in, another injury situation with a key player could be developing.
The No. 1 Marlins prospect is not a lock to be ready for Opening Day.
The Marlins made it through the calendar year without any of their players undergoing the infamous elbow procedure.
The popular Marlins outfielder was carted off of Tropicana Field in the fifth inning.
All things considered, the Marlins are relatively close to full strength with the real games only eight days away.
It was inevitable. Despite training with extreme caution two members of the Miami Marlins—one player and one staffer—were confirmed to have contracted COVID-19.
Several 2019 Marlins major leaguers are recovering nicely from their Spring Training ailments, according to president of baseball operations Michael Hill.
Here are the Marlins players managing minor injuries this spring and their impact on the projected 2020 Opening Day roster.
Several key members of the Marlins’ present and future have been preparing behind the scenes for the 2020 season. When will we finally see them perform in games?
Checking in on the health statuses of rehabbing Marlins veterans and impact prospects.
A trio of role players hope to regain active roster spots in the coming days.
The Marlins get their catcher back just in time for the Phillies series.
The veteran reliever limped off the field in the ninth inning Thursday night, but the injury news is not as severe as first feared. We also have more Marlins updates regarding both MLB and minor league players.
The Marlins ace requires some time off and each of their top two outfield prospects are being handled with care.
Harrison, the organization’s leading base-stealer, is sitting out for New Orleans until his hamstring strain fully heals.
Dr. James Andrews tells Steck to rest, plus why Miguel Rojas hobbled off the field on Wednesday.
Garrett Cooper continues to be snake-bitten, plus a couple New Orleans Baby Cakes land on the injured list.
Also, several top-15 Marlins prospects land on the injured list after encouraging starts to the 2019 season.
Johnson had surgery to repair a right tibial stress fracture suffered in spring training and will spend the next 5-6 months rehabbing it.