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.
The Miami Marlins have a new ballpark, a new logo, and may be about to embark on a new era of actually spending money to have a great team.
The Miami Marlins have a new stadium, new uniforms, and a new lease on life. Now, the Marlins are starting to address the need for new talent on the field.
Florida Marlins shortstop Hanley Ramirez had an MRI on his injured shoulder Wednesday, and it was good news for Hanley and the Marlins.
Hanley Ramirez has battled issues all season, whether at the plate or with his overall motivation to play. Now, Ramirez will miss a few games after spraining his shoulder Tuesday night.
When the Florida Marlins take the field to try and change their losing ways Thursday, they’ll be doing it without their starting shortstop.