MARLINS RUMORS & GOSSIP

Dan Straily goes 6 strong for Marlins in final spring start

Via Associated Press
11 hours ago  |  Discuss

Ichiro Suzuki on when he will retire: ‘I think I’ll just die’

When Ichiro Suzuki’s career ends, he has a surefire spot in baseball’s Hall of Fame. He just doesn’t see that day coming any time soon. In fact, to hear the Miami Marlins outfielder talk, he may not be around to see his own Hall of Fame induction. Why? Well, to make the Hall of Fame, you have to have been retired for five years. Ichiro doesn’t plan on retiring before he leaves...
Via Sportsnaut
12 hours ago  |  Discuss

Ichiro Suzuki wants to play until age 50

Miami Marlins outfielder Ichiro Suzuki doesn’t see retirement happening until 2023 at the earliest.In an interview with Clark Spencer of the Miami Herald that ran on Wednesday, Suzuki said that he would like to play until the age of 50.“I’m not joking when I say it,” said the 10-time MLB All-Star.“Nobody knows what the future holds,” he continued. “But the way I feel...
Via Larry Brown Sports
13 hours ago  |  Discuss

Straily as advertised in 1st camp with Marlins

Spring Training finished pretty much as it started for Dan Straily. On Wednesday afternoon, the 28-year-old right-hander gave up one run in six innings in the Marlins' 5-5 tie with the Astros at The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches.
Via Marlins.com
13 hours ago

Is Yelich primed to win the batting title?

Hanley Ramirez did it in 2009, and Dee Gordon accomplished the feat in 2015. Christian Yelich just might be primed in 2017 to become the third player in Marlins' history to win the National League batting title.
Via Marlins.com
14 hours ago

Marlins' Opening Day roster unofficially set

The Marlins have until 5 p.m. ET Sunday to set their Opening Day roster. Although there are 33 players remaining in camp, the organization has pretty much decided which 25 will be traveling to Washington in anticipation of Opening Day on Monday at the Nationals.
Via Marlins.com
16 hours ago

Marlins rumors: Miami open to adding starting depth

This shouldn’t come as a surprise. Though Adam Conley’s struggled weren’t enough to prevent him from earning a rotation spot, the Marlins are still seeking starting pitching help, according to FanRag Sports’ Jon Heyman. The Marlins are said to be open to adding a starting pitcher – no surprise there. Miami doesn’t have much starting depth, most notably given the state...
Via Fish Stripes
20 hours ago

Marlins Morning News: Team goes 1-1 in split squad matchups

Final roster cuts being made as season nears; plus, more predictions for the team. Marlins News The Marlins broke their three game losing-streak on days I write this column (sort of), beating the Nationals 4-2 in a split squad game in West Palm Beach. Scott Copeland gave up two runs in 3 2/3 innings. Matt den Dekker went 1-4 with a double and two RBI. AJ Ellis returned from...
Via Fish Stripes
21 hours ago

Miami Marlins: J.T. Realmuto is MLB's Worst .300+ Hitter

Via FOX Sports
23 hours ago

Offseason In Review: Miami Marlins

This is the latest entry in MLBTR’s Offseason In Review series. The full index of Offseason In Review posts can be found here. Faced with the daunting prospect of making up for the tragic loss of Jose Fernandez, the Marlins focused on bolstering their pitching staff in hopes of staging an elusive run at the postseason. Major League Signings Edinson Volquez, SP: two years, $22MM...
Via MLB Trade Rumors
23 hours ago

Giancarlo Stanton belts 2nd spring homer in Marlins' split-squad loss

Via Associated Press
1 day ago  |  Discuss

2017 Season Preview: Marlins rotation

Experts are saying that the pitching rotation will make or break Miami’s season, so let’s have a look at who will be starting games in 2017. No clear-cut ace, multiple middle-of-the-rotation arms, a below average workhorse, and question marks at the back end; 2017 will certainly be an interesting ride for the Miami Marlins rotation. That was the short version. Here is the more...
Via Fish Stripes
1 day ago

Did the Miami Marlins make the right choice in Edinson Volquez for Opening Day?

The Miami Marlins have announced that starting pitcher Edinson Volquez will garner his first Opening Day start as a Marlin and the fifth overall Opening Day start of his career. The 33-year-old joined the Marlins as a free agent this past offseason when he signed a two year, $22 million contract with the club. He will anchor a rotation that includes 2016 breakout Dan Straily, homegrown...
Via isportsweb.com
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Miami Marlins' Jeff Locke to Miss First Month of Season

Via FOX Sports
2 days ago

Who will make the Miami Marlins roster?

There are players who will obviously be on the roster. Giancarlo Stanton, Christian Yelich, Dee Gordon, just to name a few, have no problems making the roster, but filling out the roster will be something to keep an eye on over the next two weeks. Here is a group of players who have given themselves a solid chance to make the opening day roster or at least get a look later on in...
Via isportsweb.com
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Marlins 3B Prado likely to miss opener with hamstring injury

Miami Marlins third baseman Martin Prado is expected to miss the start of the regular season after straining his right hamstring at the World Baseball Classic. Marlins manager Don Mattingly already has ruled out Prado playing in any exhibition games. ''Obviously it's never good, but I'm encouraged it's a Grade 1,'' Mattingly said Sunday at the Marlins' camp in Jupiter, Florida...
Via Associated Press
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Giancarlo Stanton just hit a freakin’ ROCKET go-ahead homer for the USA

Giancarlo Stanton is the most powerful hitter alive, and the Miami Marlins’ outfielder showed off his talents Saturday night in Team USA’s must-win World Baseball Classic game against the Dominican Republic. With the game tied 2-2 in the the top of the fourth, Ervin Santana tried to sneak a fastball by Stanton on the inner half, and that was a bad idea. Stanton annihilated the...
Via The Comeback
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Fernandez found responsible for fatal boating accident

Former Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez was intoxicated and speeding when he and two others died in a boating accident last September, according to a report issued by police.As David Ovalle of the Miami Herald reported, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission said Thursday that Fernandez would have likely been charged with manslaughter and faced other charges had he lived. Investigators...
Via Larry Brown Sports
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Miami Marlins updates at the World Baseball Classic

The World Baseball Classic is back, and that has turned a month of expedition games into one of serious international competition for selected players. The Miami Marlins have six players representing three countries, and all of those players got the luxury of playing in their home park for the first round. Here is a recap of each country with Marlins players. United States Three...
Via isportsweb.com
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Jeffrey Loria reportedly expected to sell Marlins this year

Jeffrey Loria’s handshake agreement to sell the Miami Marlins apparently fell through, though that will not impede the owner’s attempt to sell his team.The Miami Herald’s Barry Jackson reports that Loria is expected to sell the Marlins this year, barring a change of heart.Jackson says Loria is in active talks with four groups of potential buyers and has had talks with two others...
Via Larry Brown Sports
25 days ago  |  Discuss

Jose Abreu ate fake passport on way to United States

In front of a federal grand jury in Miami on Wednesday, White Sox slugger Jose Abreu said he once ate a fake passport while flying to the US to cover up his illegal travel. This comes as part of an investigation into a smuggling operation that brought Cuban baseball players to the country.On an Air France flight from Haiti to Miami, Abreu testified that he had ordered a beer and...
Via The Comeback
28 days ago  |  Discuss
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