The Marlins Hot Stove radio show will launch Tuesday on 940 AM WINZ, and the headline guest is no stranger to batting first. The leadoff show will feature an interview with the organization’s new chief executive officer, Derek Jeter.
On Wednesday, Marlins center fielder Christian Yelich was ready to do some heavy lifting as part of an initiative to bring relief to areas devastated by natural disasters.
The Marlins are expected to tender offers to all six arbitration-eligible players: outfielder Marcell Ozuna, catcher J.T. Realmuto, right-hander Dan Straily, first baseman Justin Bour and infielders Derek Dietrich and Miguel Rojas.
Will Giancarlo Stanton be dealt to the Dodgers? Which free agents will the Marlins pursue? Beat reporter Joe Frisaro answers those questions and more in the latest Inbox.
With the holiday shopping season kicking into high gear, the Marlins have announced a couple of attractive Cyber Monday deals.
Thanksgiving is over, and the Marlins were relatively quiet during the holiday weekend.
A couple of players with big league experience have reached agreements with the Marlins on Minor League contracts with invitations to Spring Training.
The Marlins remain active in trade talks regarding National League MVP Giancarlo Stanton, and while nothing is considered “imminent,” that is subject to change heading into Thanksgiving weekend.
A different TV voice will broadcast Marlins games next season for Fox Sports Florida. The network is not bringing back Rich Waltz, who has handled play-by-play for the club over the past 14 seasons.
The west plaza was rocking last Friday at Marlins Park, with music playing, people gathering and the holiday spirit simmering. The ninth annual Thanksgiving Turkey Distribution was a day of giving, as the Marlins handed out 1,000 meals to local families in need.
Stockpiling pitching is an organizational priority for the Marlins that will come in many different forms. Miami hopes a few minor moves completed on Monday will eventually make a major impact in the future.