Yosmany Tomas Would Be Interesting Fit But Unlikely

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Yoenis Cespedes - just missed. Jose Abreu - not quite. Yasmany Tomas? The Marlins are not shy about bringing Cubans to Marlins Park. They have done it before (Adeiny Hechavarria and Jose Fernandez) and will do it again. They started this thing back in the late 90's with Livan Hernandez. Yet, they are not going to sign a guy just to sign him. The Marlins missed out … [Read more...]

Marlins Way: Spring Training 2014 Primer

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Last year the Marlins entered Spring Training with very low expectations. The pundits picked them to finish in the cellar and with more than 100 wins. Looks like the Fish didn't receive that news well and went on to defy their critics by finishing with exactly 100 wins and not completely in the basement - the Astros proved to be worse. So, it wasn't the miraculous-look-out … [Read more...]

Work Ethic Setting Tone Early

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Looks like the Marlins are getting some players into camp eager to get started. Joe Frisaro reports that Jarrod Saltalamacchia might be the "Juan Pierre" successor with his early starts each day. Usually, he is already at the park at about 5:30am each day, something that would make JP smile. Noting that chemistry was a big factor in helping the Red Sox win it all last … [Read more...]

Marlins Sign Casey McGehee

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The Marlins finalized what looks to be an overhaul of their roster heading into 2014 by signing free agent Casey McGehee from Japan's Rakuten Golden Eagles. The 31 year old had previous stints with the Brewers, Pirates, and Yankees over the course of his career and along the way has shown power in his bat. His most productive season in MLB was 2010 with the Brewers where he hit … [Read more...]