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.
Zach McAllister should break 200 if he stays healthy this year, which will be a boon to the back end of the Tribe’s rotation.
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.
Mark Buehrle issued a parting shot at Miami Marlins’ management after his stay with the team lasted only one tumultuous season.
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 may not be done with the dumping of salary ahead this week. According to the New York Post, right-handed pitcher Ricky Nolasco is the “next to go.”
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.
Josh Johnson did his best to shut down Philadelphia early, taking a no-hitter and a lead into the sixth.
The Miami Marlins did something pretty unfamiliar to the team Thursday, won a game. Powered by number one starter Josh Johnson, the Marlins knocked out the Milwaukee Brewers 6-2 in an afternoon game.
Kelly Shoppach continues to be a welcome surprise for the New York Mets. His performance in the clutch has them in position to sweep the Miami Marlins on the road for the first time in five years.