Slugger Giancarlo Stanton hasn’t changed his opinion about spacious Marlins Park. He still considers it a pitcher’s park and dislikes the dimensions.
As the Miami Marlins continue to build its team around a bevy of young pitching talent, the division rival Atlanta Braves are seeing pitchers spending more time in the trainer’s room than on the mound.
Football season is officially over, at least until Wednesday’s national signing day and the start of free agency in March. With one season over, believe it or not, it’s almost time for pitchers and catchers to begin reporting for spring training.
After unexpectedly sweeping the New York Mets last weekend, Tropical Storm Andrea may get the better of both teams before a scheduled matchup Friday night.
After an offseason of fire sale trades and fan angst, the 2013 Miami Marlins will finally take the field Monday night for the team’s home opener against the Atlanta Braves.
After one of the most tumultuous offseasons in team history, the Miami Marlins’ pitchers and catchers have reported for spring training at the team’s facility in Jupiter, Florida, hoping to start anew with a discouraged fanbase.
The squad that began showing up in Jupiter, Florida Monday barely resembles the Miami Marlins from 2012. All over the field the team will be new faces from the bullpen to the dugout and that has new manager Mike Redmond excited.
Starting pitching in the National League is off to a ferociously hot start. The days of inflated home run totals and offensive power statistics appear well behind us, as a 2.01 ERA in the National League is currently good for tenth place among starters with 30 IP or more.
With over a month of the baseball season already gone, the American League has witnessed a handful of its starting pitchers absolutely dominating on the mound.
Miami Marlins pitchers and catchers reported to spring training Wednesday to start what fans hope will be a new era for a team that has two World Series titles, but has fallen on hard times in recent years.