Which Marlins rotation candidates are in your circle of trust? Ely and Ethan introduce a new series about exactly that. From No. 1 through No. 6, Ely Sussman and Ethan Budwosky reveal their rankings of which pitchers in the Marlins organization they would trust the most right now to start a must-win game.
While one NL East GM loses his job, another will be featured during Wednesday night’s inauguration celebration. GM-less Mets Barely one month after his widely acclaimed hiring as their general manager, Jared Porter was dumped by the Mets on Tuesday.
The Yankees reliever may become available via trade. Should the Marlins make a call? As the offseason drags on, the Marlins continue to look for options to improve a roster that made their first playoff appearance in 17 years last season.
Carlos Delgado heads up our 94th chapter. Through their first 28 seasons of major league membership, the Florida and Miami Marlins have employed 630 players in total for at least one plate appearance or batter faced.
Four years ago, on January 19, the Marlins traded Castillo and two others to the Reds for Dan Straily. It’s true the Marlins have a good, promising rotation entering 2021, but can you imagine what the starting staff would look like with young Dominican Luis Castillo leading the group?
Marlins top prospect Sixto Sánchez makes a big leap in the rankings following his impressive 2020 MLB debut. The final month of the MLB offseason overlaps with the peak of the prospect rankings season!
In Chapter 93, we look at three Marlins from the earlier days. The All-Time Marlins Countdown is a series where we’re looking back at all 630 players to appear in a regular season game for the Marlins through their first 28 seasons.
Joe Biden’s inaugural committee has selected Marlins GM Kim Ng to make remarks during Wednesday night’s festivities. MLB rules update Less than one month until pitchers and catchers report to spring training and there is still a total lack of clarity regarding what gameplay will look like for the 2021 season.
The Marlins avoided arbitration with all their eligible players. What does this mean for the rest of the offseason? The Marlins settled with all five of their remaining arbitration eligible players on Friday, a big move for GM Kim Ng and the front office as they avoid arbitration court this season.
With the recent trade of Yu Darvish and the impending free agency of Bryant, Báez, and Rizzo, the Cubs’ competitive window seems to be closing. Could Willson Contreras soon depart the North Side as well?
Read up on Edward Mujica’s elite strike-throwing and Brett Carroll’s underappreciated outfield arm. Throughout the 2020-21 offseason, Fish Stripes is bringing you daily articles as part of the All-Time Marlins Countdown.
The Marlins added talented young pitchers, infielders, outfielders and catchers from Cuba, Venezuela, Mexico and the Dominican Republic. The Marlins wasted little time on Friday morning announcing that they’ve signed 11 international prospects.
On January 14, 2010, the Fish and the then-25-year-old righty finally agreed on a four-year, $39M deal. Let’s see how it went for both sides. On January 14, 2010, after pushing back and forth for a while, the Marlins reached an agreement with right-hander Josh Johnson and his representatives on a contract extension.
The Miami Marlins made history on Friday, hiring Major League Baseball's first female and Asian American general manager in Kim Ng. New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman, like many, is a big fan of the Marlins' hiring.