The Miami Marlins have made it official; Giancarlo Stanton won’t play the rest of the season.
A year after going 0-4 in the opening series of the year, the Miami Marlins are red hot winning three of four from the Colorado Rockies heading into the second series against the San Diego Padres.
After a season in which the Miami Marlins’ bats could barely find the baseball, the offense exploded Monday night to go with another dominating pitching performance from Jose Fernandez in a 10-1 demolition of the Colorado Rockies.
It’s not often that a baseball player can show you just how much he’s worth with one swing of the bat, but Miami Marlins star Giancarlo Stanton tried his best today during Spring Training.
Most Miami Marlins fans expect the team to trade All-Star slugger Giancarlo Stanton at some point over the next two seasons. But, Stanton is leaving the door open to signing a long-term contract with the Marlins.
He’s arguably the best player to put on a Marlins uniform since Miguel Cabrera and like Cabrera, Giancarlo Stanton’s future in South Florida remains very much in question after signing a one-year contract over the weekend.
The Miami Marlins re-signed three key players who were eligible for salary arbitration. The signings all came before a Major League Baseball deadline of 1 p.m. Friday.
Fans may be excused if they have a hard time believing anything that comes from Miami Marlins management, but team president David Samson came out Thursday swinging with bold predictions for next season.
The Philadelphia Phillies’ winning streak against the Miami Marlins was bound to end eventually. Ed Lucas homered in the 10th to give the Marlins a 4-3 lead Wednesday night.
The Miami Marlins saw the promise in acquiring Henderson Alvarez and Jake Marisnick last year during the teams salary dump. Wednesday night, both players showed the Fish that they made the right decision.