Miami Marlins Trade Marcell Ozuna To CardinalsAccording to Craig Mish of Sirius XM, the Miami Marlins have traded outfielder Marcell Ozuna to the St. Louis Cardinals.
With Stanton Gone, Is Ozuna The Next Marlin To Be Dealt?It's looking like outfielder Marcell Ozuna will be next on Miami's list of cost-cutting casualties.
Marlins Left Fielder Marcell Ozuna Wins His 1st Gold GloveMarcell Ozuna has proved his glove is just as valuable as his bat.
Ozuna Hopes Jeter Will Bring 'Harmony & Winning Tradition' To MarlinsDerek Jeter wins again.
Marlins Plan On Keeping Core PiecesThe Miami Marlins intend on keeping their core players as the July 31 trade deadline rapidly approaches.
Marlins' Ozuna Turned Down Invitation To Join Fernandez On His BoatMiami Marlins outfielder Marcell Ozuna spoke to the media following Monday’s game at Marlins Park.
Ozuna Rips RBI Single, Fernandez Strikes Out Trout But NL Loses To ALThe Miami Marlins in the All-Star game played well, but the NL still lost to the AL.
Ozuna Homers Twice But Rockies Out Slug MarlinsMark Reynolds hit two home runs to help power the Colorado Rockies to a 5-3 victory over the Miami Marlins in a record-setting home run contest Monday night.
At Fantasy Baseball Season's Quarter Pole, It's Time To Accept Patterns And TrendsMost teams in MLB have played close to 40 games at this point of the season, meaning the fantasy baseball season is one quarter over. If you've been waiting for that veteran to come around and start hitting, it's time to give up on the dream. If that pitcher still has an ERA way north of five runs per game, you may need to look elsewhere for wins and strikeouts. This is the time of the year when trends become permanent, really. Sticking too long with players headed for bad seasons only can hurt your team.
Marlins Signing Of Chen Shows Peace Between Team And AgentIt’s been a busy few days for the Miami Marlins.
Marlins Ace Jose Fernandez Agrees To $2.8 Million DealMiami Marlins ace Jose Fernandez avoided arbitration by agreeing to a $2.8 million contract for 2016, a big increase over his salary of $651,000 last year.
Marlins Sign Lefty Starter Wei-Yin Chen For 5 Years, $80 MillionThe biggest signings that the Miami Marlins have made during the offseason have been manager Don Mattingly and hitting coach Barry Bonds.