Inbox: Who might Miami try to deal at Deadline?

If the Marlins become sellers at the July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline this year, who would be most likely to be traded? Who would be considered untouchable? Marlins beat reporter answers this and more in the latest Inbox.
5 hours ago

Ellis appreciates warm response to L.A. return

Marlins catcher A.J. Ellis felt right at home squatting behind the plate at Dodger Stadium.
19 hours ago

Justin Bour homers late, Marlins drop finale in Los Angeles

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21 hours ago  |  Discuss

Marlins Snap Five-Game Losing Streak, Defeat Dodgers 10-6

After a brutal start to the week in which the Marlins won zero games, Miami was searching for answers when they played the Los Angeles Dodgers on Saturday. The Marlins were desperate for a momentum-swinging win, and they might've accomplished that on Saturday. The Marlins blew the game open after scoring the first 10 runs, and they wound up winning by a score of 10-6. Miami took...
Via Fish Stripes
1 day ago

Fish Farm Report: May 20th

Marlins affiliates went 2-1 with a rainout in action on Saturday. Triple-A Pacific Coast League New Orleans Baby Cakes 2, Las Vegas 51s 8 Adam Conley started his second game for New Orleans with 5,119 in attendance at Shrine on Airline, and the Baby Cakes (14-28) lost, 8-2 to the Las Vegas 51s (18-25). Conley (0-2, 6.23) went 4 1⁄3 innings, and gave up four runs (three...
Via Fish Stripes
1 day ago

Marlins’ Don Mattingly goes off on Dodgers following blowout loss

There are unwritten rules in baseball. Don’t show up the opposing pitcher by lollygagging around the bases after a homer. Don’t step on the pitchers’ mound. Make sure not to steal bases when ahead by a large sum. These are among the most notorious unwritten rules in the game.Though, there are some who believe hitters should not swing at a 3-0 pitch when a game is completely...
Via Sportsnaut
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Tempers Flare in Los Angeles; Marlins Lose Fifth Straight Game 7-2

The Marlins keep losing, so it was about time one of their players lost their mind. It looked as though the Marlins (14-27) were in the midst of another boring losing effort through seven innings at Dodgers Stadium. The loser of four in a row, 18 of their last 22, and looking lifeless both on the mound and at the plate; the Marlins have been nothing short of a disaster. When teams...
Via Fish Stripes
2 days ago

Giancarlo Stanton says frustration with Marlins is “highest ever”

Giancarlo Stanton is proof that money doesn’t always buy happiness. Despite his 13-year, $325 million contract, Stanton said prior to Thursday’s game against the Dodgers that his frustration level with the Marlins is at its highest point yet. From the Miami Herald: “It’s probably the highest ever,” Stanton said. “It’s higher than me being the worst player on the field...
Via The Comeback
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Giancarlo Stanton says struggling Marlins have his frustration level at ‘highest ever’

Only the San Diego Padres have a lower win percentage than the Miami Marlins at this point in the season, and Giancarlo Stanton has had about enough of it.Stanton admitted Thursday that the losing is starting to wear on him, and his frustration level is at an all-time high.“It’s probably the highest ever,” Stanton said, via Clark Spencer of the Miami Herald. “It’s higher...
Via Larry Brown Sports
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Justin Bour, Christian Yelich homer but Marlins drop opener to Dodgers

Via Associated Press
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Ian Desmond compares Twins pitcher to late Jose Fernandez

Jose Berrios has been dominant in his first two outings this season for the Minnesota Twins. He’s looked so good that he has one of his opponents comparing him to the late Jose Fernandez.Here’s what Colorado Rockies first baseman Ian Desmond said about Berrios after Thursday’s game: Desmond would know, as he used to face the Miami Marlins stud when he was in the NL East as...
Via Larry Brown Sports
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Marlins void demotion of Tom Koehler, place RHP on 10-day DL instead

Via Associated Press
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Derek Jeter, Jeb Bush reportedly lose investor in Marlins deal

The ownership group led by Derek Jeter and Jeb Bush that is making a push to purchase the Miami Marlins has lost an investor, according to a report.Bloomberg reported on Thursday that an investor who had been in talks to contribute $150 million to the $1.3 billion bid has dropped out. The investor reportedly was unable to reach a deal over the terms of his investment.The Jeter and...
Via Larry Brown Sports
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Let us be realistic. The Miami Marlins are toast for 2017

I remember when the Miami Marlins were on the verge of passing the New York Mets in June of 2016 and making a splash in the playoff race. Heck, I remember when the Mets were looking horrible to begin the season and the Marlins were the closest to the red-hot Washington Nationals in the NL East a month ago. In each situation, there were all the reasons in the world to be optimistic...
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Marlins Man says team warned him about risqué behavior by guest

Laurence Levy, otherwise known as Marlins Man, has made a name for himself due to his penchant for showing up at random sporting events rocking his patented Miami Marlins jersey. Seated in premium, high-buck seats, Marlins Man can often be easily spotted during broadcasts of big-time playoff games and the like.Lately though, Marlins Man has attracted even more attention by bringing...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Miami Marlins: Is Jose Ureña the next big breakout?

There are very few things looking good for the Miami Marlins right now. They have now lost 12 of their last 15 games, including getting swept at home by St. Louis, and they continue to hunt for the NL East cellar. The offense, despite a load of injuries on the left side of the infield, is doing all it can to keep the Marlins in games, but the bullpen continues to be a Hollywood bust...
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Miami Marlins: The bullpen is ruining the season quickly

The Miami Marlins are unraveling about as quickly as any team in the MLB. Miguel Rojas and Martin Prado each got injured in the same game, and the Marlins have lost 11 of their last 14 games to inch closer to the NL East basement. It has gotten so bad that Don Mattingly has been ejected early two games in a row for arguing balls and strikes. That is what happens when a manager gets...
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Giancarlo Stanton blasts 468-foot cannon shot HR

Miami Marlins right fielder Giancarlo Stanton is known for doing big things on the diamond, and he was at it again on Sunday against the New York Mets.Getting the game started off with a bang in the top of the first inning, with two men on base, Stanton launched a rocket shot to left-center that was gone the moment it left his bat. Here’s some statistical evidence that shows just...
Via Sportsnaut
15 days ago  |  Discuss

A-Rod reportedly passed up chance to bid against Derek Jeter for the Marlins

Alex Rodriguez and Derek Jeter were once friends and were once teammates, but they’ve always been rivals.They were rivals for the title of best young shortstop in baseball. They were rivals in barstool debates about who you’d rather have on your team, when A-Rod had better numbers but Jeter had more rings. They were rivals for the affection of Yankee fans. Last week they were...
Via The Comeback
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Let’s Admire Marcell Ozuna’s Homer

The Ring of Power could only be destroyed by returning it to whence it came, in the fiery Cracks of Doom of the great volcano Orodruin in the land of Mordor. Frodo Baggins and Samwise Gamgee had to travel all across Middle-Earth to accomplish this, traveling a great distance and encountering many perilous places and foes. Yet as is often the case, traveling a great distance resulted...
Via Fangraphs
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Marcell Ozuna hit a freakin’ Rays playoff banner with this 468-foot dinger

The Miami Marlins got a 10-6 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays on Wednesday, in probably the least cared about in-state “rivalry” in professional sports. But 12,285 fans were lucky enough to witness Miami’s Marcell Ozuna test the limits of Tropicana Field! Ozuna blasted a ridiculous dinger that was measured at 468 feet by Statcast, and the thing may have threatened to leave the...
Via The Comeback
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Ichiro Suzuki gifted collage by Marlins to commemorate all 3,000 hits (PHOTO)

Ichiro Suzuki reached a huge milestone back in August, when he recorded his 3,000th hit and joined an elite club. The Marlins honored him on Sunday with a great pregame ceremony, and an even better collage.  It featured 3,000 images, each one showing one of his hits, which was a pretty clever idea if you think about it. The Marlins organization did something right, for a change.
Via The Sports Daily
21 days ago  |  Discuss

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