Last November, the Miami Marlins decided to disassemble most of the team in a massive trade with the Toronto Blue Jays. The Marlins dumped almost every big name and contract to the Blue Jays in exchange for prospects and pundits pounced. But the Marlins may have the last laugh.
Even though it’s the middle of February, pitchers and catchers report for spring training on Monday and the Miami Marlins are preparing for what could be a historically bad season in 2013.
The Miami Marlins have completed a blockbuster trade that completely reshapes the roster and gets rid of some of the team’s best players and their high salaries
The Miami Marlins didn’t have very many positives to take out of the 2012 debacle, but starting pitcher Mark Buehrle was one of the few bright spots. He was rewarded for his work in the field Tuesday with a Gold Glove award.
It all started so positive for the Miami Marlins in 2012. A brand new logo, the opening of a state-of-the-art stadium, a re-tooled roster, a World Series winning manager, it was supposed to be the launching point of a promising future. Instead, it has ended with a resounding thud as the team hits rock bottom.
Giancarlo Stanton doesn’t look like someone who spent a month on the disabled list after knee surgery.
It didn’t take long for newly acquired first baseman Carlos Lee to make an impact for the Miami Marlins. Lee doubled and scored in his Marlins debut. Starting pitcher Mark Buehrle struck out eight over 7.2 innings as the Marlins beat the Milwaukee Brewers 4-0 Thursday to split the four-game series.
Miami Marlins pitcher Mark Buehrle has to wonder if the team’s hitters will ever show up in a game for him. Buehrle is set to start Wednesday’s game against the Chicago Cubs looking for his first win of the season.
The Miami Marlins have opened their brand new stadium, Thursday, they will look for their first win of the season on the road in Cincinnati.
It looks like Miami-Dade County’s ban on pit bulls will continue to be the law after an attempt to repeal it in the Florida legislature fell one vote shy, according to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.