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Marlins Draft Canadian Power Source Josh Naylor

At first glance, the word "athlete" is far from your mind. Sure, he's a big kid but not in the ways that may impress most folks. He is 6'1" and 225lbs but he carries most of that weight in the midsection. Built more like a bowling ball, the casual fan may be left scratching their heads and wondering what the Marlins brass was thinking taking this high schooler from Canada 12th … [Read More...]

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Casey McGehee Dealt to Giants

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Free Agent Targets: Michael Morse

Michael Morse is a big fella. He's 6'5" and has immense power and yes, he's a Florida native. More importantly, he can fill a position of need for the Marlins at 1B and add a right handed power bat in the lineup to hit behind Giancarlo Stanton. That is two … [Read More...]

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Were the Marlins Down on Heaney?

In the wake of the Dee Gordon deal with the Dodgers, many were scratching their heads and having confused reactions to the Marlins dealing Andrew Heaney. As mentioned in other articles, fans tend to overvalue their own prospects. That said, is it possible that … [Read More...]