The Miami Marlins had their first full-squad workouts today at the team’s Spring Training home in Jupiter, Florida.
It’s an exciting time of year for baseball fans as Spring Training is finally here.
After starting their current 5-game road trip with a pair of wins in Toronto and Montreal, the Florida Panthers have now dropped two straight games in very ugly fashion.
Just days into Spring Training the Miami Marlins pitching staff is already turning heads.
With Spring Training just days away, baseball is starting to creep back into the minds of fans across the country.
After acquiring several players that are considered upgrades to their roster, the Miami Marlins suddenly had a surplus of solid infielders.
The Miami Marlins opted to replace NL comeback player of the year Casey McGehee with Martin Prado at third base because they want greater athleticism and a more favorable contract at the position.
Imagine growing up a huge Marlins fan. Then imagine making it to the Major Leagues. Finally, imagine getting signed or traded to live in your home state – bringing everything full circle. Well that just happened for three players the Marlins picked up this off-season.
The Miami Marlins had no offense, except for one big swing. And that was enough to spoil a brilliant Arizona debut by Vidal Nuno.
David Peralta opened eyes in spring training with his aggressiveness and all-out style. When he continued to have success in the minors, the Arizona Diamondbacks brought him up from Double-A Mobile for a shot at the major leagues.