DENVER (AP) The Miami Marlins have activated catcher Jeff Mathis from the 15-day disabled list. He is available to play in the series opener against the Colorado Rockies on Friday.
In a corresponding move the Marlins designated catcher Jhonatan Solano for assignment.
Mathis, 32, broke his right hand early in the season and was placed on the disabled list April 13. He had just six...
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June 05, 2015
MIAMI (AP) Miami Marlins left fielder Christian Yelich has been placed on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to Monday because of a lower back strain.
Yelich, who also spent a two-week stint on the disabled list last season with a similar injury, is batting only .200 with 13 strikeouts in 11 games.
The Marlins recalled first baseman Justin Bour from Triple-A New Orleans on Friday...
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April 24, 2015
The Miami Marlins announced Monday afternoon that 25 non-roster players received invitations to spring training.
Fifteen signed minor-league free-agent contracts: right-handers Ryan Chaffee, Nick Masset, Vin Mazzaro and Ryan Reid, left-handers Pat Misch, Chris Narveson and Pat Urckfitz, catchers Vinny Rottino and Jhonatan Solano, infielders Reid Brignac, Don Kelly and Scott Sizemore...
The Marlins announced eight non-roster invitees, including catcher Jhonatan Solano, the older brother of Miami infielder Donovan Solano, on Tuesday afternoon.
Left-handers Chris Narveson and Pat Urckfitz, right-handers Ryan Reid and Ryan Chaffee, shortstop Reid Brignac as well as outfielders Cole Gillespie and Kenny Wilson also signed minor-league deals with the organization.
The Washington Nationals made two roster moves over the last twenty-four hours.
First, the Nationals have signed veteran catcher Koyie Hill to a minor league deal with a spring training invitations. Hill will join another veteran, Chris Snyder, and younger backups Sandy Leon and Jhonatan Solano in a four man fight to back up starter Wilson Ramos. The position backing up Ramos...
Major League Baseball’s Rule V Draft was held today. Washington had no selections in the Major League phase of the draft due to the fact they have a full 40 man roster. The Nats did lose one prospect, but gained two players in the Triple AAA phase of the Draft.
For background purposes, for the MLB phase, eligible players can be selected and placed on the 25-man roster for...