Losing more than 90 games at this stage of their rebuilding process demands significant changes this offseason.
The calendar says 2021, but the vibes feel exactly like 2019. Where is the urgency?
Enjoy the Brinson/De La Cruz/Sánchez trio down the stretch, but don’t pencil them in as starters for 2022.
Contrary to the initial findings, there was not a racist incident at the end of Sunday’s Marlins game.
The Marlins were prepared to trade the former first-round draft pick for the Angels center field prospect, according to the Miami Herald.
Let this fun conversation distract you from the bad baseball being played at the major league level.
The Marlins-Braves umpiring crew was swayed by Acuña’s histrionics, ejecting López after only one pitch and altering the course of this critical series. It’s an embarrassment for baseball.
Alex is back on the mic with a few first-time BBQ’ers.
The Marlins have room to invite one more player to Jupiter.
Alex and Ely discuss the first two Marlins spring training games, the team’s lineup and roster construction, and of course, those sweet blue unis.
The 30-year-old, who is one of the most steady bats on the roster, should be in line for consistent at-bats in 2021.
Reportedly, Miami is interested in the Orioles’ Anthony Santander, but should the team be focused on other positions instead?
The importance of the 31-year-old Venezuelan’s leadership cannot be overstated.
"I only need an opportunity", said Puig in a recent YouTube video about his preparation.
How the team can balance its short-term playoff goal with sustainable success.
This offseason, the Marlins should continue looking at opportunities to exchange prospects for established major leaguers.
Alex and Ely share their World Series picks and break down the most immediate needs for the Marlins to address.