With Opening Day less than a week away the Miami Marlins are finalizing the roster that they’ll take into the regular season.
Miami Marlins slugger Giancarlo Stanton has been in the news quite a bit over the past several months.
With one week left until Opening Day, the Miami Marlins are hoping to work out any final kinks during their remaining Spring Training games.
The Miami Marlins look to have one of the stronger pitching staff’s in the National League this season, and the team has finally decided who will get the first start of the year.
Some opening day moments changed baseball forever, others are just really cool. Here are our top 5.
To the surprise of absolutely no one who follows baseball, Miami Marlins manager Mike Redmond announced that defending National League rookie of the year Jose Fernandez will be the team’s opening day starter.
Crews are polishing the Marlins Ballpark, prepping for a second season in Little Havana. Opening day will be historic for the team, especially how they fill the seats.
After a tumultuous offseason featuring a fire-sale of talent, the Miami Marlins are making plans for opening day 2013 and settled on the first pitcher out of the gates for the Fish.
The Miami Marlins feel pretty confident in their projected starting rotation of Ricky Nolasco, Jacob Turner, Nathan Eovaldi, and Henderson Alvarez. But the fifth spot is still up for grabs and the pitcher that will take the mound Saturday in the Marlins’ opening game of spring training is hoping to secure that spot.
Jay Bruce homered and drove in a pair of runs, and Johnny Cueto dominated in his first opening-day start, leading the Cincinnati Reds to a 4-0 victory over the Miami Marlins on Thursday before one of their biggest crowds.