The Miami Marlins will finish the season with the second-worst record in franchise history and now, the team will need a new head of baseball operations.
The Miami Marlins are a mess with a 55-94 record heading into the final weeks of the regular season. The team has struggled hitting, fielding, and outside of Jose Fernandez, pitching. But the biggest dysfunction may be in the team’s front office.
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 formally introduced Mike Redmond as the team’s 13th manager in team history Friday afternoon.
No one will argue the Miami Marlins season of promise turned into a disaster, but is it enough to cost manager Ozzie Guillen his job? According to a new FoxSports.com report, it just might.
Just two weeks into the second half of the baseball season, and the Marlins seem to have thrown in the towel.
The old adage of one man’s trash being another man’s treasure applies perfectly to the Florida Marlins’ latest move. Tuesday night, the Marlins acquired 38-year-old Mike Cameron from the Boston Red Sox.
The Florida Marlins have a pretty big hole at third base as Spring Training continues in Jupiter, Florida. But that doesn’t mean that the Marlins don’t have a plan, namely, rookie Matt Dominguez.