Pitching Woes Plaguing Marlins in Young Season


There are a lot of problems that affect a team that is currently starting the year with a 3-8 record. Some are to be expected when you have a lot of new moving parts that still need time to gel with the other, more established players. Dee Gordon is not one of them; he is hitting the ball, getting on base, stealing bases and setting up the hitters behind him to be productive. … [Read more...]

Pitchers and Catchers Report; Spring Training Underway


Today pitchers and catchers embark to start the 2014 campaign for the Marlins, their 21st in franchise history. With 69 players on the roster for spring training, the number one goal is to acclimate new players with established players and see how things progress on the field. Most obvious, at this stage, is integrating Jarrod Saltalamacchia into the program and getting him … [Read more...]

Spring Training: Stories of Redemption and Reclamation Many with Marlins


Just looking over the roster for Spring Training with the Marlins, many will recognize some of the faces but many will also fail to recognize many more. There are some familiar ones: Juan Pierre, Giancarlo Stanton, Ricky Nolsaco. There are many that will need some guidance for fans: Alfredo Silverio, Sam Dyson, Joe Mahoney. Yet one thing is consistent this spring; no matter … [Read more...]

Who is Sam Dyson? Marlins Waiver Wire Pickup Getting Some Buzz

Can Sam Dyson continue to build on the talent he showed north of the border?

The Marlins have been very low key this offseason, almost ghost like. After a tumultuous year, splashing with big cash and free agents, new unis, new stadium, new coach, but scant wins, the Marlins are looking to get back to their roots by winning with valued, overperforming assets. They may have found another nugget of gold trickling from the Blue Jays table. The Marlins … [Read more...]