The Miami Marlins have been very busy this winter, acquiring several players that should have major impact in the upcoming season.
The Miami Marlins promised Giancarlo Stanton that if he signed a long-term extension to remain with the team, they would build a winning team around him.
The Marlins were thought to have an overabundance of good young pitching to start the season.
Casey McGehee didn’t have to wait long to get another shot against Cardinals closer Trevor Rosenthal with a game on the line. Just a few hours.
While Shelby Miller might be longingly looking back at his rookie season, Miami’s Andrew Heaney could be envying his opponent’s position of relative experience.
Nate Freiman hit a three-run homer in his 2014 debut and the Oakland Athletics beat the Miami Marlins 4-3 Sunday to complete a three-game series sweep.
After a horrendous start to the season in other teams’ ballparks, the Miami Marlins are finding ways to win on the road. They’ll try to continue that trend Tuesday night against the Philadelphia Phillies at a park that has been especially unwelcoming to the Marlins in recent seasons.
If the Marlins are going to solve their problems on the road, Philadelphia is the place to start. Casey McGehee hit a two-run double, Nathan Eovaldi pitched six-hit ball into the seventh inning and Miami beat the Phillies 4-0 Monday night.
Zack Wheeler tossed his first shutout and made David Wright’s first-inning home run hold up in the New York Mets’ 1-0 victory over the Miami Marlins on Thursday night.
Top pitching prospect Andrew Heaney will make his Major League debut on Thursday as the Marlins host the Mets.