Found February 18, 2013 on The Outside Corner:
Continuing from our season preview of the Miami Marlins earlier today... What should you expect from a very young Marlins rotation? Aside from Ricky Nolasco, this is a very inexperienced batch of pitchers. You've got Henderson Alvarez (251 career innings), Wade LeBlanc (362 career innings), Nate Eovaldi (154 career innings), and Jacob Turner (67 2/3 career ininngs) getting fed to the sharks in a hungry NL East. Things could go bad in a hurry for them, and quite frankly, Nolasco isn't exactly some sort of dominant ace himself.  But *could* the Marlins rotation impress people and exceed expectations? All of Miami's starters aside from Eovaldi (who has the second least experience of the staff) have gotten torched for homers in the majors, with a rate above one per nine innings. However, that's something that will be muted by Marlins Park, which was one of the least favorable parks for home runs in the league during its inaugural season of 2012. After Eoval...

Opportunity beckons young Marlins prospects

JUPITER, Fla. Upon entering the Miami Marlins spring clubhouse at Roger Dean Stadium, one sees a rectangle-shaped room outlined with wooden lockers against the walls. A group of temporary cubicles resides in the middle. Walk to the far side of the black metal section, and there are three consecutive lockers assigned to players wearing Nos. 76-77-78. Don't be fooled by the high...

2013 Top 10 Prospects: Miami Marlins

Well, the big-name free agent thing didn't work out this time. This offseason, the Marlins basically stripped the big league club down to its bare bones are once again in rebuilding mode. While the basbeall forecast is for rough weather in Miami this summer, there is some serious young talent at both the major league and minor league level. If developed to full potential, this...

Casey Kotchman cut his hand on a pop up machine

Out of all of the bizarre injuries we've written about this winter, none of them have taken place on the field...until now. Miami Marlins first baseman Casey Kotchman cut the ring and middle fingers on his right hand when he grabbed a pop up machine that was falling over. The injury required four stitches, and Kotchman doesn't know when he'll be able to play following...

2013 season preview: Miami Marlins

What do you get when your team goes hog wild in the free agent market, loses 93 games, and then proceeds to sell off all of those awesome free agents they spent a ton of money on the prior offseason? The 2013 Miami Marlins, of course. It's essentially Giancarlo Stanton and a bunch of others in Miami this season, and everyone is expecting things to be a disaster for the Marlins...

You may say I'm a dreamer: 2013 Miami Marlins

What else can baseball fans do in January but dream of October? In You May Say I'm a Dreamer, the Outside Corner staff will imagine the route to a World Series in 2013 title for all 30 teams. Jeffrey Loria's master plan has worked: the Miami Marlins are World Champions for the third time in 21 seasons despite shedding nearly $60 million from their 2012 payroll. Baseball...

This is my nightmare: Miami Marlins

In the This Is My Nightmare series, we'll take a look at what the absolute worst case scenario for each team would be in 2013. Think of it as the negative complement to our You May Say I'm A Dreamer series that we'll be running during our preview series. Coming up with a nightmare scenario for a team that literally sold off every major free agent acquisition they...

Casey Kotchman suffers odd injury

Marlins first baseman Casey Kotchman became the latest MLB player to suffer a bizarre injury after he hurt himself while preventing a pop-up machine from falling over.

Dugout Digest - happy Marlins day!

Our first week of previews is in the books, and we're moving on to week number two today. This week's featured division is the NL East, and we're going to kick things off today with the Miami Marlins. We'll be rolling out the usual schedule today with the Marlins, and I hope you all enjoy looking at our previews of one of the most depressing teams in baseball. ...

X-Factor: Miami Marlins

How does one really be an x-factor on a team as depressing as the Miami Marlins? You've got the superstar in Giancarlo Stanton, you have the past their prime veterans in Juan Pierre and Placido Polanco, you have the youngsters who might not be ready for primetime in Rob Brantly, Adeiny Hechavarria, 60% of the starting rotation...where can you find an x-factor on this team? Well...
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