The 29-year old former San Francisco Giant agreed to a minor league pact with the team on March 1. Reliever Steven Okert is attempting to return to the Major Leagues, and he’ll get his chance to earn that accolade after signing a minor league contract with the Miami Marlins on Monday, March 1.
The 33-year-old righty is expected to serve as the Marlins’ closer this year. Here’s everything you need to know about him. RHP Anthony Bass Opening Day age: 33 | Bats: right | Throws: right | Listed at 6-2, 200 lbs.
Derek Jeter and Alex Rodriguez have always been linked together, and likely always will be to some extent. So while I know that A-Rod was never in the running for an ownership stake in the Marlins, it was hard not to think about when he (briefly) flirted with an attempt to buy the Mets during the offseason.
Better late than ever, the Marlins bring in an experienced arm to provide starting rotation depth. Left-hander Gio González and the Marlins are in agreement on a minor league deal that includes an invitation to spring training, sources tell Fish Stripes.
The 30-year-old will enter 2021 as the primary first baseman for the Marlins. His improved stats are a reason to be excited about him going forward. 1B Jesús Aguilar Opening Day age: 30 | Bats: right | Throws: right | Listed at 6-3, 277 lbs.
Mike Redmond was the best backup catcher in Marlins history. Spring Training is finally here! All the goodness of live baseball is finally back! I’ll be writing about that personally in a few weeks, but first things first.
Let’s have some fun with the 2021 Marlins Photo Day headshots. Continuity. There is a new general manager of the Marlins for this season, a new veteran, power-hitting outfielder and a revamped bullpen, but all things considered, a major theme of their 2021 team is continuity.
Covering the abrupt rise and fall of Chuck Smith and the painful but proud twilight of Martín Prado’s MLB career. Fish Stripes is bringing you daily articles as part of the All-Time Marlins Countdown leading up to 2021 Opening Day.
Entering spring training games, here’s what Ethan Budowsky expects the Marlins roster to look like. We’ve always heard the phrase “dog days” used to refer to the middle of the baseball season, the long summer months where it just seems to draaaaag along.
The Marlins were efficient with their offseason moves, but a lack of ambition leaves them ill-equipped to make it back to the playoffs in 2021. There’s nothing novel about the “grading the offseason” exercise, but I have taken it to an extreme that will hopefully resonate with you.
Today we feature a slugging first baseman and the final major league season of Javier Vázquez. Throughout the 2020-21 offseason, Fish Stripes is briefly recapping each of the 630 players to have appeared in a regular season game for the club.
A relief pitcher and a center fielder populate today’s countdown feature. This offseason, Fish Stripes has been counting down every player to appear with the franchise through their first 28 seasons of major league play.
Curtiss, who’ll turn 28 in early April, had his first taste of MLB success with the Rays in 2020. The former Twins draftee ranked as one of the more promising relief prospects in the organization as he climbed through the minors.
Some college football, NFL, NBA and NHL teams have welcomed fans at reduced capacities over the past 11 months, while the UFC has routinely held shows behind closed doors at the UFC Apex located in Las Vegas.
The Miami Marlins improved their bullpen on Thursday with the signing of relief pitcher Anthony Bass of Dearborn, MI. According to the Associated Press, the terms of the contract are for two years of which Bass is guaranteed to make $5 million.
Brady has been leasing Jeter’s 30,000 square-foot, seven-bedroom, nine-bathroom waterfront mansion in the posh Davis Islands neighborhood in Tampa for what was believed to have been for only a temporary basis.