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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 of these guys were probably in elementary school when we won it in '03, so it's definitely a blast from the past in that aspect," Pierre said with a laugh. "I'm not a real vocal guy. Maybe this year I might have to step out of my little comfort zone and be that. If I can help a young guy or see things that might need to be said, then I might have to ... do it." Pierre also knows he's a different player than he was in 2003 when he patrolled center field for the Marlins' World Series championship team and set a franchise record with 65 stolen bases. However, he said he&...
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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.
The Miami Marlins claimed right-hander Sam Dyson off waivers from Toronto on Wednesday, clearing that roster spot by designating outfielder Kevin Mattison for assignment.
Dyson made two appearances for the Blue Jays last July, giving up four hits and allowing three runs while recording only two outs. The Blue Jays designated him last week to make room to sign Mark DeRosa.
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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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 Ozzie Guillen and his staff — including Guillen’s hitting coach, former major leaguer...