Former Fish making headlines
Nearly half of the contributors to last season’s squad have found new homes for 2022.
Christian Yelich and Miguel Rojas discuss their time together in Miami from 2015-2017.
Remember these Marlins players? They’ll be battling for a championship this week.
Maybin played 243 games with the Fish during parts of four seasons.
One of these names is not like the others.
Key players on the Yankees, Red Sox, Blue Jays and Mariners have Miami ties.
Ely reacts to Sunday’s exhibition game victory over the Astros and gets you caught up on the former Fish who have found new homes.
Starlin Castro, Matt Kemp and Neil Walker are among the former Marlins players who have found another place to play in 2020.
Experienced minor leaguers who’ve been released by the Fish are venturing across North America to get valuable game reps.
After a miserable 2019, Straily decided to play this season in South Korea. The early returns are promising.
The Marlins will honor one of baseball’s great pioneers on Wednesday, plus you can listen to entertaining conversations with Don Mattingly and Brad Penny.
The Marlins have a long tradition of plugging roster holes with aging superstars-turned-role players.
Checking in with former Fish prospects like Jarlin García, JT Riddle and Austin Dean who’ve gone through a change of scenery.
Koehler pitched six seasons in the major leagues before being derailed by injuries.
The Taiwanese left-hander was released by the Marlins in November despite still having one year and $22 million remaining on his contract.
The Mexican-born utility man bounced around quite a bit during his playing career, but spent more time with the Marlins organization than any other.