The return of Edward Cabrera, and the Marlins split their four minor league contests.
The Marlins have high hopes for Jones, but would does he need to do to reach that potential?
Nearly a year removed from Tommy John surgery, Roberson looks to resume his promising pitching career.
Alcántara is a hard-throwing right-hander who can eventually become a staple in the Marlins starting rotation.
The nephew of Alex Rodriguez, Joe Dunand, has the potential to take Miami by storm one day.
2018 could become a breakout year for Miami’s third baseman of the future, Brian Anderson.
Guzman is a flame throwing right-hander who could one day make a huge impact in Miami.
With a bit of work, Merandy Gonzalez could be the next big thing for the Marlins
All eyes—and cameras—are on the South Florida native entering the 2018 season.
Trevor Richards took the scenic route to professional baseball, but he’s planning to stay for awhile.
Everything you need to know about the breakout star of the Fish’s farm system.
Yamamoto was the lone pitcher yielded by the Christian Yelich trade to the Milwaukee Brewers.
Behind the scenes of the 18-year-old’s crazy MLB draft story, rapid development on the mound and recent injury scare.
An interview with the Fish’s right-handed pitching prospect
North Carolina is the only home Miller has ever known at the high school, collegiate and pro levels. But opponents all across the baseball world will quickly learn what makes him a tough matchup.
A breakout 2017 season dramatically changed the trajectory of the outfielder’s career.
Sierra might be as fast as Dee Gordon, Juan Pierre or anybody else who’s ever played for the franchise.
Neidert’s a lock for mid-rotation starter at the MLB level.
Trevor Rogers should join the Marlins rotation sometime in 2021.
It’s not a question of if, but when the newly acquired strike-thrower earns his opportunity to impact Miami’s major league pitching staff.
Riley Mahan’s teammate in college and the pros was model of consistency in 2017
Riley Mahan spoke with us about going to college, finding his power stroke, and helping the Marlins return to respectability.
Inning for inning, the big right-hander was arguably the best pitcher in the entire organization last season.
John Norwood is on track to make an appearance with Miami this season.
The infielder aims for a breakthrough after several years of stalled progress.
Ryan Lillie was signed out of UC Riverside, where he was coached by Troy Percival.
Chad Hinshaw spent last season playing in center field for the New Orleans Baby Cakes.
Coming off a career year, Duval reflects on the unique path that’s taken him from Hawaii to North Carolina (and almost everywhere in between).
Former St John’s star will be entering his second year in professional baseball.
Harrison White played his first professional season with Batavia earlier this year.
Zach Sullivan, Centerfielder
"You did it. Best Right handed hitter of all time! Most disciplined and focused player I've ever been around. Never made it about you and just wanted to win."