Beat reporter Joe Frisaro answers fans’ questions in a new edition of the Marlins Inbox.
The reigning Double-A Southern League batting champion is the latest non-roster invitee to Marlins’ Spring Training. Jonathan Rodriguez, a power-hitting first baseman and outfielder, has signed a Minor League contract with an invitation to Spring Training.
Through trades, the Marlins stocked their Minor League system with several potentially high-end pitchers. Four of them are in the Top 10 on MLB Pipeline’s list of Marlins prospects — Sandy Alcantara (No. 1), Jorge Guzman (No. 2), Nick Neidert (No. 7) and Merandy Gonzalez (No. 10).
Christian Yelich isn’t getting out of Miami unless another club gives the Marlins‘ front office an offer it can’t refuse. Yelich’s agent, Joe Longo, stated Tuesday that the 26-year-old outfielder’s relationship with the team is “irretrievably broken” and that his client “needs to get on with his career.” Yelich is upset with the team after […]
The Marlins had a couple of distinguished guests tour their ballpark on Tuesday. Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos A. Gimenez and City of Miami Mayor Francis Suarez each made separate visits, and according to the team, they discussed a variety of topics.
Brad Ziegler signed a two-year, $16 million contract with the Marlins last offseason, and the veteran right-hander has every intention to stick with the club until he is told otherwise.
Christian Yelich’s agent says his client’s relationship with Marlins is ‘irretrievably broken’
From what I’ve gathered, after Giancarlo Stanton, Dee Gordon and Marcell Ozuna were traded, the Marlins’ intentions were to keep Yelich, Realmuto, and we can add Starlin Castro to that group.
The Marlins added right-handed hitting and pitching depth to their system by signing outfielder/first baseman Scott Van Slyke and right-hander Jumbo Diaz to Minor League contracts on Saturday with invitations to Spring Training. Miami also added right-hander Tyler Cloyd and lefty Mike Kickham as non-roster invitees for when Spring Training opens at the Roger Dean […]
The Miami Marlins will host the Chicago Cubs in this year’s major league opener on March 29.
With six weeks remaining before the start of Spring Training, MLB.com is taking a look at the projected relief corps of all 30 teams. Here’s how the Marlins might stack up.
With news that the Washington Nationals are interested in acquiring Christian Yelich, the Miami Marlins are said to be eyeing the club’s top prospect, Victor Robles, who also happens to be baseball’s No. 1 outfield prospect, according to Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe. However, more teams are entering the mix for Yelich, with the […]