Nick Green

Green To Be Sent To New Orleans; Hechavarria Returns

Batting .321 with 1 home run will not get you a longer stay, it seems. Nick Green, who was pied in the face after helping the Marlins get a win in 15 innings the other night, will reportedly be sent back to AAA New Orleans once SS Adeiny Hechavarria returns. Green is just a victim of injury and roster needs. Sure, the Marlins could use another utility IF that can apparently hit a bit, but they … [Read more...]

Marlins Get Second Win in a Row in 15 Innings

It was a late comeback. The Marlins had to score 2 runs in the bottom of the 15th to get it, too, but it did come - the first time this year the Marlins were able to win two in a row. Tonight, they will go for - wait for it - three in a row. That's right, math skills folks. But seriously, in a crazy game where Giancarlo Stanton pulled a hammy, Juan Pierre was beaned on his elbow, and Ruben … [Read more...]

Marlins Spring Training 2013: Key Battles Emerging for CF, 5th Spot in Rotation, IF

The Marlins spring is really getting some notice around baseball. This is a team that has purged payroll, yet again, and has reverted back to a youth movement. Although this has netted much criticism from fans, it does seem to have promise for the immediate future. The Marlins are winning games and playing highly competitive baseball at all positions. They are getting solid pitching … [Read more...]

Wuertz, Green, and Kearns Added to Marlins Roster

Austin Kearns Miami

The Marlins made some smaller moves here in January - a far cry from last offseason, but positive moves nonetheless.¬†All three players, Mike Wuertz, Nick Green, and Austin Kearns, signed minor league deals with the Fish. Kearns made the team out of Spring Training last season and expects to compete for backup OF and a bat off the bench. He hit .245 with 4 home runs in 147 ABs last season with … [Read more...]