The situation for the Miami Marlins continues to go from bad to worse in the team’s second season in Marlins Park. The Marlins have won just twice all season and now will lose one of the team’s key pieces in the infield.
Shortstop Jose Reyes was the jewel of the Miami Marlins’ 2012 free agent haul, but Reyes has revealed a story about team owner Jeffrey Loria that shows the owner is either deceitful or makes important trades in quite a hurry.
While the Miami Marlins have been relegated to the back pages of sports sections thanks to football being back; the Fish do have one player who is making noise with a hitting streak that’s now reached 25 games.
It’s rare that a team will honor a former player who is still playing for another team, especially a division rival. But that’s exactly what will happen on April 24th at Citi Field in New York.
All it took was some serious free agent spending, a brand new stadium, and a new outspoken manager and the new look Miami Marlins have made the cover of Sports Illustrated this week.
Miami Marlins fans have high expectations for the tandem of Jose Reyes and Hanley Ramirez. The only question is can Hanley’s combustible personality handle a move to third base.
The Super Bowl may have just ended football season; but believe it or not, it’s almost baseball season.
The Miami Marlins officially welcomed in the team’s biggest signing so far in an action-packed offseason.
The Miami Marlins dream lineup of having Jose Reyes at shortstop and Hanley Ramirez at third base is now looking doubtful.
The Miami Marlins were hoping to make a big splash in free agency this winter. Sunday, they did just that by signing free agent shortstop Jose Reyes to a 6-year/$106 million contract.