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Now that the Miami Marlins have gotten that whole renaming deal out of the way, it’s time to take a look at current situation of the off-season.   This has already been an extremely active off-season for the Marlins, out-pacing all other Major League teams. So far the Marlins have had meetings with Albert Pujols, Jose [...]

Pujols gets contract offer from Marlins

MIAMI (AP) A surprising visit by Albert Pujols sent a message: The Miami Marlins will be a much different franchise than the Florida Marlins. Pujols picked an unlikely locale to begin his free-agent tour Friday when he was courted in Miami by the Marlins, only hours before they officially changed their name during a ceremony at their new ballpark. Pujols had lunch with team officials...

Report: Free agent Pujols will meet with Marlins

Albert Pujols is ready to start assessing his options. Pujols and his representatives are scheduled to meet with the Marlins in Miami as early as Saturday, reported on Thursday.

Pujols scheduled to meet with Marlins (AP)

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.

Can the Marlins Really Sign Reyes, Pujols and Buehrle?

The Florida Marlins have never been known for having deep pockets. The team never enters an offseason eyeing the top free agents in the class. The Marlins combine talented homegrown prospects with cheap stopgap solutions and, in most cases, deal their players away before they get very expensive. This has been their modus operandi for years, which makes it all the more interesting...

Free-agent Pujols receives offer from Marlins

A surprising visit by Albert Pujols sent a message: The Miami Marlins will be a much different franchise than the Florida Marlins.

Sources: Marlins pursue Pujols, Reyes

According to sources the Marlins have made substantial offers to both Jose Reyes and Albert Pujols.

HBT: Cards don't plan to up offer to Pujols

HBT: St. Louis doesn't plan to increase its $210 million offer to Albert Pujols. Will another team make a big push?

Report: Marlins showing Jose Reyes, Albert Pujols the money

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 are pushing all their chips to the middle of the table

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...

Miami Trying to Reel in Three Big Fish

I knew the Florida Marlins were chaning their team name, but I didn’t realize it was to the Miami Heat.  O.K., so that’s not exactly the case, but this offseason certainly reminds me of the one proceeding last year’s NBA season (back when their was a league).  Instead of the Miami Heat signing Wade, Bosh, and Lebron…..the new look Miami Marlins are looking to bring in Jose...

Watch Out For Miami Marlins

It has been reported that the brand new Miami Marlins have made "substantial offers" to some of the biggest names on the free agent market this winter- Albert Pujols, Jose Reyes, and Mark Buehrle. This may seem laughable as a mere ploy to show the public that they (the Marlins) are trying to spend big and be competitive moving into a new home. However, this looks real...

Are the 2012 Marlins Trying To Be The 2005 Mets?

The Marlins have reportedly offered contracts to Jose Reyes, Albert Pujols, and Mark Buehrle and they have expressed interest in Ryan Madison. Are they the 2005 Mets? Going into 2005, the Mets brought in a new manager to bring a new sense of energy into the franchise (and a new GM to spur this, which is probably the largest reason for why the Marlins are not the Mets) in Willie...

Hot Stove: Pujols & Fielder, managerial openings, closers

It’s been a quiet day on the hot stove, but here’s the latest buzz from around MLB: Buster Olney of ESPN says it’s unlikely the Angels will be in play for either Prince Fielder or Albert Pujols. Bernie Miklasz of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch says Mike Matheny is the favorite to succeed Tony La Russa as manager of the Cardinals. Former Met coach Sandy Alomar Jr. is among the...
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