The new television voice of the Marlins is already familiar to a national audience.
When Juan Pierre arrived at North Community Park on Tuesday afternoon, Marlins top prospect Lewis Brinson was already playing catch and warming up.
The Marlins already have made major trades and sweeping changes, and they might not be done dealing yet. What’s next for catcher J.T. Realmuto still remains unresolved.
The Miami Marlins on Friday announced their 2018 Minor League on-field and clubhouse personnel. The announcement was made by Marlins Vice President of Player Development and Scouting Gary Denbo.
Not only did the Marlins acquire a highly touted outfield prospect on Thursday when they received Lewis Brinson from the Brewers, they also gained a team historian in the deal.
Fan safety is a priority for the Marlins. On Friday, the team announced an initiative that personifies that priority.
Christian Yelich is the latest Marlins standout to leave South Florida. On Thursday, Miami traded the outfielder to the Brewers for a quartet of prospects — Lewis Brinson (outfielder), Isan Diaz (middle infielder), Monte Harrison (outfielder) and Jordan Yamamoto (right-handed pitcher).
In Lewis Brinson, the Marlins just traded for a 23-year-old outfielder with the skillset to be a 30-homer, 30-steal player in the Major Leagues. He’s precisely the type of high-ceiling, high-impact prospect that new Marlins chief executive officer Derek Jeter had in mind when this process — you’ve heard that word before, haven’t you? — […]
Spring Training is quickly approaching, with the Marlins opening camp on Feb. 14 at the Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium complex in Jupiter, Fla. As the countdown gets closer, MLB.com will break down the 2018 roster, position by position. First up: starting pitching.
After a slow start in 2017, Brian Anderson had a strong finish. The 24-year-old made an impression as a September callup, and he will head into Spring Training competing for the Marlins’ third-base job.
Beat reporter Joe Frisaro answers fans’ questions in a new edition of the Marlins Inbox.