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The Miami Marlins have added Frank Menechino and Brett Butler to their coaching staff for the 2014 season. Menechino will function as the hitting coach of the Marlins while Butler has been hired to be a third base and outfield coach. The 42-year-old Menechino began serving as a minor league hitting coach with the Yankees in 2009. Butler,56,  had served as the manager of the Arizona Diamondbacks Triple-A affiliate since 2008. He has served in a coaching capacity in some way or another since his retirement in 1997.

Brett Butler, Frank Menechino named Marlins coaches

MIAMI -- The Miami Marlins have added two new faces to manager Mike Redmond's staff for 2014. Brett Butler, regarded as one of the best bunters and baserunners during his playing days, joins the organization as the new third-base and outfield coach. Taking over as the hitting coach will be Frank Menechino, who has spent five seasons as a hitting coach in the Yankees organization...

Marlins get 2 new coaches for 2014

The Miami Marlins have announced the team's 2014 coaching staff. According to a news release Friday, manager Mike Redmond will be joined by two new coaches. Brett Butler has been named third base/outfield coach, and Frank Menechino will be the new hitting coach. Returning from 2013 are bench coach Rob Leary, pitching coach Chuck Hernandez, first base/infield coach Perry Hill...

Third-base coach Espada reassigned to Class-A Jupiter manager

A fixture on the Marlins’ major league coaching staff the last four seasons Joe Espada is going back to his player development roots. A source confirmed the Marlins have reassigned Espada from the big league staff on which he served as third-base and outfield/base running coach to manage Class-A Jupiter. The source said the Marlins see Espada as a future managerial candidate and...

Bids For Jose Abreu Due Tomorrow, But Will Mets Be Solely Bystanders?

Miami Marlins beat writer Joe Frisaro reports, that the blind bids for Cuban phenom Jose Dariel Abreu are due on Saturday. The Marlins are considered heavy favorites to land the slugging first baseman, who many compare to the Phillies’ Ryan Howard in his prime. Frisaro says that it will likely take between $45-60 million to land the 26-year-old Cuban native. According to a source...

Prospect Profile: Jake Marisnick | OF | MIA

HistoryThe Marlins hope Marisnick has many handshakes like this in his future.Jake Marisnick was a 3rd round pick of the Toronto Blue Jays back in 2009. Marisnick fell in the draft due to a strong college commitment, and it took a 7-figure offer from the Jays to change his mind. This shows that Marisnick has all the tools to succeed while possessing a great baseball body (6’4 225...
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