Ty Wigginton Gets Spring Training Invitation with Marlins

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To help bolster the competition for their bench, the Marlins brought in the much traveled Ty Wigginton - recently departing the St. Louis Cardinals who had signed him to a 2 year deal worth around $5M. Wigginton only appeared in 47 games and put up a .158/.238/.193 slash line as a Cardinal. Yet the 36 year old can offer some pop off the bench, hitting 169 home runs over his … [Read more...]

Tough Way to End Road Trip; Marlins Swept by Cardinals – LA Times

As he reflected on his team’s last six days late Sunday afternoon inside his confining Busch Stadium office, Marlins manager Mike Redmond thought about all the missed opportunities that turned this once promising roadtrip into a losing one. “We were pretty sloppy,” he said of Friday night’s series opener against the Cardinals, “but we were still in the game. [Saturday], we … [Read more...]

Marlins Spring Training 2013: Marlins Get Easy Win Against Cardinals; Small Ball Reigns Supreme

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He goes by the term "beast mode" and Juan Pierre wasted no time reintroducing himself to the 3,000+ on hand at Roger Dean Stadium yesterday in the Marlins Spring Training 2013 debut against the Cardinals. "Beast Mode" hit a triple off of Jon Jay, sped around the bases in a blur, slid into 3B, and eventually would go on to score on a Giancarlo Stanton sac ground out. Put it … [Read more...]

Miami Marlins trade Gaby Sanchez to Pirates, Edward Mujica to Cardinals – Miami Marlins – MiamiHerald.com

Gaby Sanchez Dealt to the Pirates, Courtesy of Miami Herald

“Again, our disappointment with the team continues,’’ president of baseball operations Larry Beinfest said in his opening statement about the trades before later pointing out players can still be traded before Aug. 31 but must clear waivers first. The additions from Tuesday’s two moves: 23-year-old left-handed-hitting third baseman Zackary Cox, a former 2010 first-round pick … [Read more...]

Marlins Opening Night 2012: A New Era for Miami Baseball

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The sun was setting as we passed by it - the phantom of years past. Yet, it wasn't even technically old, just abandoned. Sun Life Stadium, the place where the Marlins used to play, when they were called the Florida Marlins, sat like a snowbird waiting in the sun for its final moment. As I passed it there seemed to be a last desperate gasp. We were rolling south towards bigger … [Read more...]