Vitamin D: Marlins Defense Just What the Doctor Ordered

The Marlins started the season 3-11. Yes, it was a struggle and most were mashing the panic button pretty early on (we may have touched it a bit...). We cited that one of the major problems was the inconsistent starting pitching that allowed the bullpen to get overtaxed and, coupled with a struggling offense, things weren't looking pretty. Yet, one thing always remained - … [Read More...]

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Adam Conley, Anyone?

The Marlins dealt two of their best in the stable of left handed starters they were grooming in Brian Flynn and Andrew Heaney. Yet, they still have two more solid … [Read More...]

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Casey McGehee Dealt to Giants

Looks like the latest reports are surfacing and they are looking accurate - Casey McGehee has been traded to the San Francisco Giants. It appears, according to Juan C. Rodriguez that the deal will be for 2 minor league pitchers: Kendry Flores and Luis … [Read More...]


Marlins Add Michael Morse to Offseason Haul

That's an impressive amount of man in the middle of your lineup, Miami. The Marlins now have over 12 feet of manly power hitting in their lineup. To go along with Giancarlo Stanton, the Marlins have agreed in principle with the San Francisco Giants' free … [Read More...]

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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...]


Marlins Way: An Unconventional Path to Winning?

The Winter Meetings have come and gone and one of the teams generating a buzz from the event is the Marlins. They had a shopping list and almost got it completely crossed off by the time the planes left San Diego. Yet, most didn't actually believe the Marlins … [Read More...]


Tyler Kolek Emerges As Marlins Best Arm

With the recent dealings of Andrew Heaney, Brian Flynn, and Anthony DeSclafani, the Marlins cupboard would appear to be bare. That is certainly not the case. For most major league clubs, sending away three starting pitching prospects would leave a huge void … [Read More...]


Marlins Land Mat Latos from Reds for Disco

The Marlins can also cross starter off their list. Thursday, they acquire Mat Latos from the Cincinnati Reds for Anthony "Disco" DeSclafani and catcher Chad Wallach. In Latos, the Marlins get a big arm that had to deal with some injuries in his recent past. … [Read More...]

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Hot Stove: Marlins Targeting Bats

With the Winter Meetings coming up in a week, a lot of things are starting to take shape. Teams have non-tendered players, which frees them up to become free agents. The Marlins took care of all of their possible free agents by tendering them deals, including … [Read More...]