Ichiro's Deal Includes $2 Million Marlins Option For 2017One of the Miami Marlins fan favorites will be back for at least one more season.
Marlins Park Walls Will Be Lower, Possibly Closer In 2016There will be a lot of changes with the Miami Marlins in 2016, some of which aren’t exclusive to the players on the field.
Samson Regrets Naming Jennings As Marlins ManagerA lot went wrong for the Miami Marlins in 2015, from decisions in the front office to players on the field.
Dwork On Sports: South Florida 'Arena' Teams Will Save The DayBy the time Christmas and Hanukkah roll around, fans in South Florida will be so wrapped up in the fun and success of the ‘arena’ teams that the sting of football season won’t hurt nearly as bad as it usually does.
Marlins Announce Ichiro Re-Signing, Jennings Return To GM And MoreThe 2015 Miami Marlins entered the season with a revamped roster and playoff aspirations.
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.
Dee Gordon Claims NL Batting Title In Marlins LossA long season ended for a pair of struggling teams on Sunday in Philadelphia.
Marlins Go For Season-Ending Sweep Of PhilliesThe 2015 season didn’t go the way that either team playing on Sunday in Philadelphia wanted it to go.
Fernandez Loses To Odorizzi, Rays Beat Marlins 4-1Jake Odorizzi allowed one unearned run over seven innings as the Tampa Bay Rays beat Fernandez and the Miami Marlins 4-1 on Thursday night to complete a three-game sweep.
Marlins Interview Bo Porter For Manager JobThe Miami Marlins still have four games remaining on their 2015 schedule but the team isn’t waiting until the season is over to start planning for the future.
Jose Fernandez To Start Final Game Of 2015 Tonight In TampaOne of the few bright spots for the Miami Marlins will make his final appearance of the season on Thursday night in Tampa.
Cosart Struggles In Marlins' 6-4 Loss To RaysJarred Cosart gave up five runs, five hits and five walks in 4 2-3 innings of the Miami Marlins' 6-4 loss to the Tampa Bay Rays on Wednesday night.