David Samson Does Not Survive


David Samson, as most have already found out, just didn't have staying power. Marlins players and fans tuned in to watch the return of CBS' Survivor only to see the polarizing Samson find an early exit. After only an hour into the two hour premier, the rest of team "Brains" had enough. Voted group leader, he ended up getting voted off four votes to two. Some Marlins … [Read more...]

Nolasco and Stanton Downplay Criticisms From Offseason

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Both players are now the most visible players left from last season for the Marlins. They are now the new fixtures of this team and the expected leaders at their positions; Stanton with his offense, Nolasco with his pitching. As critical as these two players are to this team now, they are also acutely aware of how their public views are going to affect this team and … [Read more...]

Indefensible: Marlins Trade 5 Starters to Blue Jays


Another Marlins' offseason, another salary dumping fire sale. The rhetoric will be that the team needs to save money, it's revenue and attendance figures didn't match their anticipated projections. The team, which spent $191M last offseason, vastly underperformed, too. Ozzie Guillen, the manager who the Marlins greatly anticipated, didn't deliver wins but instead problems and … [Read more...]

Miguel Cabrera Wins Player Choice Award, Indicates Wrong Direction for Marlins

Award season is starting for MLB and it's going to be a long one for Fish fans. Miguel Cabrera, fresh off his Triple Crown season and World Series appearance, now is a constant reminder of the wrong direction the Marlins have taken since 2003. Sure, Miguel Cabrera was putting on weight and there were some maturity issues back when Miggy was looking for his first big … [Read more...]

Marlins hire Mike Redmond to be manager | MLB.com: News

MIAMI -- The Marlins' search for a new manager ended where it started, with the hiring of Mike Redmond. Redmond, who agreed to a three-year contract, will be introduced at a news conference on Friday at Marlins Park, the team said in its announcement Thursday. The 41-year-old former big league catcher was the first to interview for the position that was vacated when Ozzie … [Read more...]