Despite Coronavirus Concerns, Marlins Eager For Season To BeginBaseball is back as the Miami Marlins take the field for the first time since sports took a hiatus due to the coronavirus.
South Florida Sports Teams Gather To Discuss Return Of Games, Spike In COVID CasesSlowly but surely sports are making a comeback. But they will all look different because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Pitchers Meyer, Vincent Agree To Terms With Miami MarlinsMax Meyer, a right-hander from the University of Minnesota and the number three overall draft pick, has agreed to terms with the Marlins and is expected to be added to the 60-man player pool this week.
Marlins Pitching In And Helping During COVID Pandemic With Food, Mask Distributions For Struggling FamiliesThe Miami Marlins are doing their part to make sure their community has what it needs to get through the coronavirus pandemic.
Need Your Baseball Fix? Doral Gym Hosting Big Leaguers For Virtual GamesWhile Major League Baseball owners and players continue to argue about how to play the 2020 season, some big leaguers, with the help of a local gym, are putting on weekly games of their own.
Miami Marlins Take RHP Max Meyer With 3rd Overall PickThe Miami Marlins have selected right-handed pitcher Max Meyer with the third overall pick in the 2020 MLB Draft.
Marlins Will Reportedly Allow Players To Use Spring Training Complex For WorkoutsPlayers on the Miami Marlins’ 40-man will reportedly be allowed access to the team’s spring training complex starting Tuesday.
New MLB Rules: Shower At Home, Don't Spit, Mascots Stay AwayMajor League Baseball will look somewhat like high school ball this year under protocols to deal with the new coronavirus, with showers at ballparks discouraged and players possibly arriving in uniform, like they did when they were teenagers.
AP Source: Miami Marlins To Furlough Some Employees June 1A temporary furlough iss coming to the Miami Marlins.  A person familiar with the decision says the Miami Marlins will temporarily furlough 90 to 100 baseball operations employees beginning June 1 because of the coronavirus pandemic. 
Marlins Teams Up With Tito’s To Hand Out Free Meals At Tap 42Tap 42, a popular bar and restaurant where friends usually meet up for happy hour, turned into a meeting point for free meals.
Marlins CEO Derek Jeter Will Have To Wait For Baseball Hall Of Fame InductionMiami Marlins CEO Derek Jeter will be inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. but not this summer.
Coronavirus Update: Marlins Surprise Seniors By Paying For Their Groceries At Sedano's SupermarketsThe Miami Marlins and Sedano's Supermarkets teamed up Thursday morning to surprise some seniors at four South Florida stores.
Farm Share, Miami Marlins Host Food DistributionThe Miami Marlins, Farm Share and Ark of the City will host a food distribution event on Wednesday.
Major League Baseball Suspends Season Due To CoronavirusMajor League Baseball will suspend spring training and all operations in response to the spread of coronavirus, according to multiple reports.
Concern Over Coronavirus Has NBA, NHL, MLB & MLS Closing Access To Locker RoomsIn a joint statement from the NBA, NHL, MLB and MLS, professional sports teams will be closing access to locker rooms to all nonessential personnel in an abundance of caution during the coronavirus outbreak.