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The Marlins organization boasts impressive pitching talent, as well as some up-and-coming hitting prospects. Three members of the Top 10 came from the 2012 blockbuster trade with Toronto, while a waiver claim from that same organization found his way into the 15th slot. Some strong drafting in th...
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Jose Fernandez's story has been well-documented this year. His journey from Cuba to America is well-known by now, and is more than enough to tug on your heartstrings. Before the announcement of the Rookie of the Year award winners on Monday, Fernandez was being interviewed at Marlins Park - when he was surprised by his grandmother, who he hadn't seen since he left Cuba at...
Andrew Heaney is one of the reasons the Marlins have a brighter future than you might think. The team has a plethora of talented young arms, and the 22-year-old southpaw is poised to join Jose Fernandez and his 23-and-under brethren in the Miami rotation.
Drafted ninth-overall in 2012 out of Oklahoma State, Heaney was impressive this summer in his first full professional season...
Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez, along with his mother and sister, defected from Cuba in 2008 when he was fifteen years old. This came after three failed attempts that landed the youngster in jail. On one attempt, his mother fell overboard during the perilous voyage, and Fernandez had to jump into the ocean to save […]The post Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez reuinited with...
When right-hander Jose Fernandez makes his first start of the 2014 season, his biggest fan will be in attendance at Marlins Park.
Olga Fernandez Romero, who received a five-year visitation visa to exit Cuba, surprised her 21-year-old grandson on Sunday in Miami while he took part in interviews.
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The polite and Canadian and polite Marc Hulet has published today his 2014 organizational prospect list for the Miami Marlins.
It goes without saying that, in composing such a list, Hulet has considered the overall future value those prospects might be expected to provide either to the Marlins or whatever other organizations to which they might someday belong.
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Miami Marlins hurler Jose Fernandez defected to the United States with his mother when he was 15 years old and had not seen his grandmother back in Cuba since. This past week Jeffrey Loria and the Marlins reunited the NL Rookie of the Year with one of the most important women in his life. Grab a tissue, your eyes may get misty watching this.
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Living in the United States, we get to enjoy freedom and opportunities that so many citizens of some other countries may not have. Marlins starting pitcher Jose Fernandez definitely doesn’t take any of these for granted. The 2013 NL Rookie of the Year and 3rd place finisher in Cy Young voting defected from his home country Cuba when he was merely 15 years old with his mother, but...
Officials from the Cubs and Marlins both agree they may have something to talk about.
The Cubs have a stockpile of high-end position prospects and the Marlins have a long list of fine young pitchers. Prospect-for-prospect deals are rare because they require a strong stomach. Needless to say, such trades carry a big risk.
The Cubs have four huge positional prospects in Kris Bryant...
Marlins ace Jose Fernandez beat out Yasiel Puig and Shelby Miller to win the National League Rookie of the Year Award on Monday, but that was hardly the most memorable moment of the 21-year-old’s offseason — or even his week.
Fernandez defected from Cuba when he was 15 years old, forcing him to leave much of his family behind to pursue a life in the United States. He has not...
Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez was reunited with his grandmother in one of the most touching moments you will ever see.
Your browser does not support iframes. Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez won the NL Rookie of the Year Award on Monday following a season in which he compiled a 12-6 record and an impressive 2.19 ERA. Believe it or not, winning the award is not the most amazing thing that happened to the 21-year-old in […]
Former England and Manchester United star David Beckham toured potential stadium sites in Miami on Wednesday, adding further speculation of his desire to own a future Major League Soccer franchise in the United States.
Since leaving the Los Angeles Galaxy in December, and retiring from the game after a subsequent five-month stint at Paris Saint-Germain , Beckham has been mulling...
Austin Brice is a legitimate prospect. The Marlins spent $205,000 to sign him out of high school in 2010, and he was ranked as the sixteenth-best farmhand in the Miami organization by Baseball America coming into the 2013 season, an area of prospect lists he will likely to continue to reside in this offseason. He’s just 21, has two pitches that flash plus, and has a prototypical...