For eight Marlins players, including ace Jose Fernandez and All-Star second baseman Dee Gordon, the arbitration process is set to begin. Tuesday is the date eligible players officially file for arbitration.
On a day the Marlins addressed their primary pitching need by agreeing to terms with lefty Wei-Yin Chen, the club also pulled off an under-the-radar deal for veteran infielder Chris Johnson, according to a source.
The Marlins reached agreement on Tuesday with free-agent left-hander Wei-Yin Chen on a five-year contract worth $80 million, according to a source.
The Marlins are in the market for a top-of-the-rotation starter. But at what price?
Will the Marlins and Deeg Gordon come to an agreement on a contract extension for beyond 2016? Beat reporter Joe Frisaro opens up the Marlins Inbox.
The Marlins will launch the Don Mattingly managerial era on Feb. 19, when pitchers and catchers are scheduled to open Spring Training workouts at the Roger Dean Stadium complex in Jupiter, Fla. Full-squad workouts begin on Feb. 22
In September, the Marlins named Marc DelPiano vice president of player development to oversee a farm system that had been depleted in recent years by either trades or players progressing to the big leagues. As the organization moves forward, a number of changes have been made in the player development department for 2016. On Friday, […]
A number of options are on the table for the Marlins in their pursuit of pitching. The club is exploring lower-priced free agents, like Ian Kennedy, and is open to taking a chance on comeback candidate Cliff Lee. But to acquire a young starter with controllable years before becoming a free agent, the price will […]
With Alex Gordon now off the market, teams looking for outfield help are starting to contact the Marlins about Marcell Ozuna.
On the surface, agreeing to terms with veteran right-hander Edwin Jackson doesn’t appear to be a major move for the Marlins. But inside the clubhouse, the addition is significant because it will impact the development of some of Miami’s young starters, like Adam Conley and Justin Nicolino.
The Marlins are said to be closing in on a free-agent contract with Edwin Jackson, the 32-year-old right-hander who could fill a role either as a back-of-the-rotation starter or as a long reliever.