Since Derek Jeter took over as chief executive officer earlier this month, the Marlins have made one major announcement regarding the restructuring of the baseball side of the organization.
There was a lot to be proud of for these Nationals in one of the most exciting seasons in franchise history. Here are some of those good memories from the 2017 season.
Mike Rosenbaum checks in on the Marlins’ Arizona Fall League contingent, led by trade acquisition Braxton Lee and former Indy player Peter Mooney.
Glendale rode a strong start from Phillies No. 18 prospect Elniery Garcia to its fifth straight victory. Garcia, who took the Desert Dogs’ only loss on Opening Day, spun four shutout innings while allowing just one hit and one walk. He struck out five in the team’s 2-0 win.
A strong outing from Javelinas starting pitcher Max Fried, the Braves’ No. 9 prospect, led Peoria to a 6-2 victory over the Salt River Rafters Monday afternoon.
The managerial interview carousel will reportedly continue for Astros bench coach Alex Cora, who met with the Red Sox on Sunday about their vacancy and will also meet with the Mets about theirs, according to MLB Network’s Ken Rosenthal.
The Mets’ managerial search is beginning to take solid shape, with interviews ongoing throughout this week in New York City.
With owners Bruce Sherman and Derek Jeter in place, the Marlins are going through an organizational transition. The new group is spending most of October evaluating each department and putting a front office in place.
Braves prospects Austin Riley, Ronald Acuna, Alex Jackson, Jared James, Cordin Clouse, Max Fried, Josh Graham and Touki Toussaint are currently playing for the Peoria Javelinas in the Arizona Fall League, working to hone their crafts.
The Phillies named Larry Bowa senior advisor to the general manager on Friday. He had spent the previous four seasons as the team’s bench coach and infield instructor.
I don’t understand why the Phillies aren’t going to spend money this offseason. What are they waiting for? — Milt K., Beloit, Wis.