Found January 17, 2013 on Fangraphs:
Table of Contents Today’s edition of Daily Notes has no table of contents, it appears. The Hitting Stats for the Hitting Coaches The Miami Marlins named former Cardinal and Devil Ray and Mariner and Yankee Tino Martinez as their new hitting coach this offseason, shortly after the departure of Ozz...

Marlins’ OF Logan Morrison Finds Eskimo Brother On Twitter

It’s no secret that Logan Morrison is a fan favorite for the Miami Marlins. He runs one of the best Twitter accounts (@LoMoMarlins) in all of pro sports and has been known to actively interact with his fans. Knowing that, a fan on Twitter reached out to Morrison on Thursday and said that the two had just become ‘Eskimo brothers’. For those that don’t know what that means...

Marlins' Pierre would take on leadership role if necessary

Juan Pierre is the first to admit that he has rarely been a vocal guy around the clubhouse during his career, but Pierre knows he may have to change his ways this year as he starts his second tenure with the Miami Marlins. Pierre, 35, will be the second-oldest player on what is shaping up to be a young Marlins roster. Infielder Placido Polanco, 37, is the oldest. "A lot...

On the Effect of the Marlins’ Home Run Sculpture

When plans were revealed for Marlins Park’s left-center home run sculpture, people freaked out. When the sculpture was actually constructed and emplaced, people freaked out all over again, having been given a better sense of scale. The thing drew criticism from all corners, and while I’m sure some of that was just piling on, and while I’m sure some more of that was just standard...

Marlins, Ryan Webb agree to one-year deal

MIAMI (AP) -- The Miami Marlins agreed to a one-year, 975,000 deal with right-hander Ryan Webb to avoid arbitration Friday. The 26-year-old Webb made 480,000 in his second season with the Marlins, going 4-3 with a 4.03 ERA in 65 games. Webb began his big league career with San Diego in 2009. He pitched two seasons with the Padres before being dealt to the Marlins.

Giancarlo Stanton Still Not Happy With Marlins’ Offseason Approach, But Says ‘You Deal With What You Got’

Giancarlo Stanton wasn’t a happy camper when the Marlins traded away basically their entire team earlier this offseason, and it doesn’t appear time has healed his wounds. Stanton, who has been the subject of trade rumors amid Miami’s firesale, understands there isn’t a whole lot he can do about the club going in a much different direction than last offseason, when the Marlins...

Reyes says Loria told him he would stay in Miami

Jose Reyes was in a hotel room in the Middle East when he received the surprising news: He had been traded from the downsizing Miami Marlins to the bulking-up Toronto Blue Jays. ''I went to Dubai on vacation with my wife,'' Reyes said Thursday in his first public comments about the Nov. 19 deal. ''One day I got up at 6 in the morning and I see all these text...
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