Yelich-Marlins Relationship "Irretrievably Broken," Agent SaysAccording to ESPN's Jerry Crasnick, the 26 year old outfielder has no interest in being part of the Marlins' wholesale rebuild under new team CEO Derek Jeter.
Marlins Plan On Keeping Core PiecesThe Miami Marlins intend on keeping their core players as the July 31 trade deadline rapidly approaches.
Mariners Cruise To 6-1 Win Over MarlinsThe 13th start of Ariel Miranda's major league career was his best. The 28-year-old Cuban threw seven shutout innings and the Seattle Mariners cruised to a 6-1 win over the Miami Marlins on Monday.
Marlins’ Yelich Could Benefit From Getting Off The GroundJust showing up doesn’t cut it anymore.
US Claims First WBC Title With 8-0 Rout Of Puerto RicoNever thought of as a major title contender with the likes of Japan, Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic, the US entered the World Baseball Classic looking to prove the doubters wrong.
Marlins' Yelich Expected To Add Power, Center Field GloveIf Giancarlo Stanton wasn't launching moonshots on a regular basis, Christian Yelich might be the talk of the Miami Marlins' outfield.
Yelich Hits Early Homer As Marlins Top Pirates 3-2 For SweepChristian Yelich homered in the first inning and Miami added a pair of unearned runs allowing the Marlins to rally past the Pittsburgh Pirates 3-2 Sunday to complete a three-game sweep.
Back Injury Keeps Marlins' Yelich Out MondayMiami Marlins left fielder Christian Yelich was left off of Monday’s starting lineup against the Tampa Rays due to back spasms according to reports by MLB.com’s Joe Frisaro.
Marlins' Yelich Looking To Get Season Off To Good StartThe Miami Marlins have several young, talented players that could carry the team to the postseason.
Top South Florida Sports Positives To Look Forward To In 2016Sports teams in South Florida haven’t been particularly kind to their fans in recent years.
Dee Gordon Signs 5-Year, $50 Million Extension With MarlinsThe Miami Marlins’ busy week continues.
Another Long Offseason In Store For Underachieving MarlinsThe 2015 season certainly didn’t go the way the Miami Marlins had hoped when they finished spring training.