The Miami Marlins are about to finish off the first month of the 2013 season and after 30 days, the Marlins are just about where most pundits expected them to be, at the bottom of nearly every statistical category in baseball.
The Miami Marlins opened the 2013 season Monday full of hope, but that hope was dashed by the bottom of the first inning when starter Ricky Nolasco gave up a home run to Washington Nationals phenom Bryce Harper.
While the Miami Marlins shed salary and gave up on at least the 2013 season, other teams in the National League East are trying to become contenders, namely the Atlanta Braves.
Jimmy Rollins homered and drove in three runs and Roy Halladay won again as the streaking Philadelphia Phillies outslugged the Miami Marlins 9-7 on Tuesday night for their sixth straight win.
Not long after Miami’s team picture was taken Friday afternoon, Loria offered little when asked what the photo might look like in 2013.
The Miami Marlins have finally finished one of the worst home stands since June 2011 with a 10-2 thumping at the hands of the Boston Red Sox. The home stand was miserable for both the team and the fans.
After two months have passed in the 2012 season, the first thing most will note when glancing at the NL East is, all teams are playing above .500
The time for speculation and talk has finally ended for the Miami Marlins. In less than 48 hours, the Marlins will take the field to open the regular season for the first time at Marlins Park.
The Miami Marlins got good news Tuesday as pitching ace Josh Johnson looked like his old-self in a spring training start against the Tampa Bay Rays.
The Atlanta Braves beat back the Florida Marlins 4-1 Wednesday in a game that wasn’t as close as the final score made it seem.