Marlins Begin Rebuilding Project With Salty SigningThe Miami Marlins began addressing their issues in the infield Tuesday when the team signed free agent catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia to a three-year, $21 million deal. But the Marlins still have plenty of holes to fill to become a contender.
Marlins Making Roster Changes In OffseasonWhile football season is hitting the home stretch; the Miami Marlins are quietly trying to make some moves to help the team improve over last year’s second-worst season in team history.
Marlins Lack Any Punch From LineupThe Miami Marlins are inept this season, but the true problems facing manager Mike Redmond could possibly overwhelm even the greatest of managers.
Mike Piazza Taking A Swing At BalletFormer Major League Baseball player Mike Piazza will be under the glare of the spotlight again on May 3, but instead of on a baseball field it will be on a stage for the Miami City Ballet.
Marlins Hire Mike Redmond As New ManagerThe Miami Marlins have agreed to terms on a three-year contract with Mike Redmond to become the team’s new manager.
Former Marlins Catcher Ivan Rodriguez RetiresFormer Florida Marlins catcher Ivan Rodriguez, also known as Pudge, returned to the Texas Rangers to formally announce his retirement from Major League Baseball.
Marlins Pitchers/Catchers Report To CampMiami Marlins pitchers and catchers reported to spring training Wednesday to start what fans hope will be a new era for a team that has two World Series titles, but has fallen on hard times in recent years.
7 Things You Don't Know About W.S. Game 5Professional athletes often purport that they play for their team's faithful fan base, above all else. And almost as frequently, for right or for wrong, someone will sigh in response.