Photo by Ralph Freso/Getty Images The latest simulated Marlins stats and storylines from Baseball-Reference, The Athletic and Strat-O-Matic. The 2020 Marlins regular season is off to a delayed start, but technology is a beautiful thing, ain’t it?
From 1993 until now, the Florida and Miami Marlins have seen 590 players come and go at the major league level. Yesterday, we took a look at players who’s last names begin with the letter, “A.” Today, we check out the “B” team.
Photo by Ronald C. Modra/Getty Images There’s nothing quite like holiday baseball during a three-day weekend. On Memorial Day a decade ago, the Florida Marlins used a big sixth inning to erase an early deficit and send the South Florida fans home happy.
Brian Anderson may become one of the better hitters in the Majors this season for the Miami Marlins, but he is a solid defensive player as well. Miami Marlins fans are going to hear plenty about Brian Anderson this season.
The Miami Marlins had a gem in Jose Fernandez, who despite a brief career in the Majors, is the team’s best right-handed starter of all time. If Jose Fernandez was still playing baseball, would he still be a member of the Miami Marlins?
The Miami Marlins have announced the organization will continue to pay its minor leaguers despite the potential of there being no season this year. The Miami Marlins are making sure their minor league players will be paid through the end of their seasons, according to Miami Herald and other sources.
Life has been hard without baseball to fall back on through spring. We’ve had stoppages before, including a World Series cancellation in 1994. Still, it’s unprecedented to have a work stoppage without some sort of labor dispute.
The effects of the COVID-19 virus have once again affected MLB and minor league baseball and potentially the Miami Marlins. According to CBS Sports and Jeff Passan of ESPN.com, teams across the baseball landscape are releasing minor league players as a direct result of the work stoppage caused by the Coronavirus.
Which of these arms impressed you most during the 2010-2019 campaigns? After evaluating some of the best individual seasons for Marlins players in the organization’s history, it’s time to move on to our most recent decade: the 2010s.
A universal DH would help Harold Ramírez get semi-regular playing time with the Marlins in 2020 and beyond. | Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images The DH rule will apply to all major league games in 2020 (assuming there is a season).
In the third year under Derek Jeter, the Miami Marlins are mocked starting pitcher Asa Lacy in MLB.com’s latest mock draft. Evidently, our own Kevin Kraczkowski isn’t he only one who believes the Miami Marlins will select Asa Lacy with their first pick in the MLB Draft in June.
With the 2020 Major League Baseball season already pushed forward for likely three months, there’s a lot of questions that still need answering. The Miami Marlins are counting on former highly-rated prospect Isan Diaz, who is turning 24-years-old today, to hold down second base.
How does the shortened season affect how the Miami Marlins use their top prospects for the 2020 season? I’m quite interested to see how the Miami Marlins handle a 20-man taxi squad that is being proposed by MLB for this upcoming season.
Can James Rowson help the Miami Marlins become one of the better hitting teams in the Majors this season? The Miami Marlins are hoping that the dual role James Rowson plays the season with the organization will help lead this team toward becoming one of the better hitting the ball clubs this season.
Can the Miami Marlins answer these three questions while making an impact on the 2020 MLB season? It’s almost the end of May and Miami Marlins fans are still waiting to hear a word of when the team will be able to get back to preparing for the 2020 MLB season.
Puig, who also said that he has multiple offers on the table from other teams as well, was born in Cuba and defected from the island nation in 2012. Miami, meanwhile, has a significant population of Cuban immigrants and sits just a few hundred miles away from Cuba.