Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez has had about as good a rookie campaign as possible in 2013 and will make his final start in 2013 Wednesday night.
With Tuesday night’s loss to the Atlanta Braves, the Miami Marlins hit the 90 loss mark for the third consecutive season under the watchful eye of owner Jeffrey Loria.
Miami Marlins rookie pitching ace Jose Fernandez continued his season of dominance for the Fish by taking out the hottest team in Major League Baseball, the Los Angeles Dodgers.
The Dolphins kicking job had been manned by Dan Carpenter for the last few years, but when the team drafted Caleb Sturgis, the veteran wasn’t long for the job. It didn’t help Carpenter’s cause that he was owed more than $3 million this season. Sturgis beat out Carpenter and was the only place-kicker in training camp Thursday, but he wasn’t about to gloat.
The Miami Heat have been making moves getting the team’s roster ready for the run for a three-peat this year, but one Heat player you probably won’t see on the court this year is rookie James Ennis.
If not for New York Mets pitcher Matt Harvey, Miami Marlins rookie phenom pitcher Jose Fernandez would almost be a lock for National League Rookie of the Year.
In a season full of misery, the Miami Marlins do have one bright spot on the team, rookie pitcher Jose Fernandez.
The Miami Dolphins will get their first look at the incoming class of rookies Friday when the team holds a three-day minicamp.
The Miami Dolphins have a hole at left tackle and are reportedly considering trading for Kansas City Chiefs left tackle Branden Albert, a former first-round pick. The biggest question is would it be that much of an upgrade for the Fins?
Last year at this time, the Miami Marlins were the toast of Major League Baseball and South Florida was abuzz with hope the franchise had finally turned the proverbial corner into a true contender. Just a year later, despite one of the best stadiums in baseball, the Marlins are operating about as far under the radar as any team in Major League Baseball.