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The Hot Stove League may be off to a tepid start this off-season, but the rumors are finally starting to pick up. No, it isn't the usual suspects (the Yankees and Red Sox) heating things up, instead, the hottest rumors all seem to be coming from the Marlins. Say whaaaaaaaaaaaaat?!?!?
Yes, that's right, the fancy new re-branded MIAMI Marlins are in on just about every big name free agent on the market. They've got their new name, their new big name manager, their new stadium, their new hideous uniforms and now they want some new big name players to turn this team into a real contender. Or at least that is what they want us all to think.
In what has been a relatively quiet off-season thus far, the Marlins are one of the few teams making news. They haven't actually done anything yet, but they sure seem to be kicking the tires on an awful lot of high-priced free agents, which is strange since the Marlins are a notoriously thrifty ...
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There have been plenty of rumors floating around the internet the last few weeks about the new look of the Miami Marlins, and now the official uniforms and logo have finally been leaked. Here are the pictures that CBSSports.com’s Eye on Baseball blog shared with us on Friday: What do you think? It could definitely [...]
No more speculation. Here are the official Miami Marlins uniforms…
The Florida Marlins don’t officially get a new name and logo until this Friday, but they are already working overtime on creating a new identity for their franchise. Over the past few weeks, there has been so much excitement swirling around the Marlins: new stadium, new uniforms, new identity, new payroll, new optimism. They are looking like a team reborn. So long with those...
The Florida Miami Marlins are the big talk of MLB free agency right now. The team has been heavily linked to Jose Reyes, with some even saying it's almost a done deal, and are apparently meeting with Albert Pujols this weekend. Jorge Sedano of 790-AM in South Florida is reporting that the team is also inquiring about the availability of A's starter Gio Gonzalez. Marlins...
Hanley Ramirez says he would welcome having Jose Reyes as a teammate.
Everything is on the verge of changing for the Florida Marlins, as they've been known since their inaugural season in 1993.
According to Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports, the Marlins have made free agents Jose Reyes and Albert Pujols “substantial” contract offers.
The Marlins hosted Reyes on Wednesday and Pujols toured the ballpark Friday, before the official franchise transition from the Florida Marlins to the Miami Marlins.
In any scenario in which the Marlins accommodate both, their 2012 payroll likely...
The Marlins will get a close look at one of the top prospects on the market and possibly peek into their future when representatives travel to the Dominican Republic on Thursday to watch a private workout by Cuban outfielder Yoennis Cespedes.
A person familiar with discussions between Jose Reyes and the Florida Marlins says the team is courting the free-agent shortstop in Miami.
Albert Pujols' first free-agent tour is off to a surprising start: The three-time NL MVP is visiting the Florida Marlins. Pujols planned to meet Friday with the Marlins, a person familiar with the discussions said. The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the team hadn't commented publicly.
MIAMI (AP) - THIS IS A BREAKING NEWS UPDATE. Check back soon for further information. AP's earlier story is below.Jose Reyes is being courted by the Florida Marlins, who treated the All-Star shortstop to a tour of their new ballpark and lunch on South Beach.Reyes was in Miami on Wednesday, ...