The Miami Marlins called up top prospect Andrew Heaney on Monday to join their struggling rotation, along with three other young players in a midseason roster shake-up.
While the expectations for Marlins left-handed pitcher Andrew Heaney remain high; he won’t be starting the 2014 on the main roster for the Marlins.
Miami Marlins pitchers and catchers reported to the team for spring training Sunday starting what every Marlins fan, player, and executive hope will be a quick turnaround for the downtrodden franchise.
The Miami Marlins have revealed 22 non-roster players the team will invite to its 2014 training camp in Jupiter, Florida.
So much for all the talk about the Marlins refusing to sign their first round draft pick this year. According to Jim Callis of Baseball America, the Marlins have agreed to terms with their first round pick, pitcher Andrew Heaney.
The Miami Marlins have never been known to be easy negotiators when it comes to signing players. But, the Marlins have ratcheted up another level after the Major League Baseball draft.
Oklahoma State left-handed pitcher Andrew Heaney has been selected by the Miami Marlins with the ninth overall pick in the draft.