The Miami Marlins got exactly what they’ve been needing on Tuesday night in Arizona.
The 2015 baseball season has not been kind to the Miami Marlins or their fans.
The Marlins have gone 8-6 since Giancarlo Stanton went on the disabled list, with their feeble offense finally showing signs of life.
Jose Fernandez’s comeback required a comeback.
Not many people had heard of Capps before Monday night when he made his season debut for the Marlins in Atlanta.
Just as the Miami Marlins had a rough opening week, so did their current staff ace.
Miami Marlins reliever Carter Capps has gotten some good news about his strained right elbow.
Marlins right-hander Henderson Alvarez has been cleared to pitch Tuesday after complaining of a sore elbow in his most recent start. The severity of right-hander Carter Capps’s elbow injury is still unclear.
The thrifty Miami Marlins were nonetheless busy at this week’s winter meetings, and they’re not done trying to upgrade an offense that ranked a distant last in the majors.
Once the Miami Marlins signed first baseman Garret Jones, Logan Morrison’s days with the team were numbered. Wednesday, the Marlins finally pulled the trigger and traded LoMo.