Ryan Webb

Marlins Continue Seeking Value For Bullpen; Sign Henry Rodriguez

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The Marlins seem to have some luck in making below-the-radar moves with their bullpen needs - and they may have another in the making. The Marlins signed Henry Rodriguez to a minor league deal and are looking to see if the reliever with a live fastball can harness some accuracy to become a serviceable bullpen option again. For his career, Rodriguez has 150 Ks in 148IP - and 102 BBs. He's … [Read more...]

Marlins Offseason Getting Solid Grade

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Coming into this offseason, the Marlins needed to upgrade three basic areas - 1B, C, and 3B. They had overhauled their front office and questions abound what exactly this team would do. Would they continue to bottom-feed and be cheap or would they make clear upgrades? If the latter, at what cost would these moves be? Would they trade away their inventory of strong, major-league-ready pitching … [Read more...]

Marlins Continue Revamping Roster for 2014

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There is definitely a new sheriff in town. The Marlins have added Jarrod Saltalamacchia to take over at the backstop, signed Rafael Furcal to slide over to 2B for a season, and signed Garrett Jones to play 1B and added Carter Capps for the departed Logan Morrison. And today they sent Justin Ruggiano packing to the Cubs for Brian Bogusevic. So, what did the Marlins get back? Overall, there are … [Read more...]

Miami Marlins and reliever Ryan Webb agree to one-year deal, avoiding arbitration – South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com

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Right-hander Ryan Webb, the Marlins' lone arbitration-eligible player, agreed to terms on a one-year contract before Friday's deadline to exchange figures. Webb will earn $975,000, and can make an additional $10,000 if he appears in 67 games. Acquired from the Padres as part of the Cameron Maybin deal before the 2011 season, Webb in 2012 made 65 appearances (60 1/3 innings) and went 4-3 with … [Read more...]

The Future of the Fish: 2011 A Look Ahead

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So now that the dust is settling on the Dan Uggla trade, we've come to learn two basic things: The Marlins did make a very fair offer to Uggla and his representatives. They opted to take their chances elsewhere, looking to get a 5 year deal at around $70+M. Marlins offered 4 years at $48M. Kind of reminds one of the Pudge Rodriguez exit, eh? Marlins brass want to be a better baseball team - … [Read more...]