The time is going to come when the Philadelphia Phillies ask J.T. Realmuto for an answer. A contract extension that will kick in at the start of the 2021 season will be on the table, and it’s going to be for life-changing money even for a man who...
by: Bob Brookover — The Philadelphia Inquirer 17 Jan
Realmuto is the best catcher in baseball, and the Phillies need to sign him to an extension. First, however, they have chosen to challenge him in a potential salary arbitration case.
by: Kevin Kraczkowski — Fansided: Marlin Maniac 12 Jan
The Marlins rotation is set in spots one through four. Sandy Alcantara, Caleb Smith, Pablo Lopez, and Jordan Yamamoto are pretty generally accepted as 80 p...
by: Kevin Kraczkowski — Fansided: Marlin Maniac 11 Jan
With a month still remaining until 2020 kicks off for Major League Baseball Spring Training, the Marlins have a question mark at first base. Last season, t...
by: Anthony Louis Stitt — Forbes 11 Jan
Arbitration aside, can the Phillies and star catcher J.T. Realmuto agree to a longterm deal before he becomes a free agent after the 2020 season?
by: rne — MLB Trade Rumors 11 Jan
If you can believe it, sub-.500 teams comprised the majors' five lowest-scoring offenses in 2019. With the offseason a couple …
by: Kevin Kraczkowski — Fansided: Marlin Maniac 10 Jan
Former Milwaukee Brewers closer Jeremy Jeffress would be a great free agency pickup for the Miami Marlins. All the better if the Marlins can sign right-han...
by: Joe Frisaro — MLB: Marlins 9 Jan
Most of the Marlins’ offseason has been focused on improving a stagnant offense and adding position-player depth. On Thursday, the organization solidified its catching position by officially announcing the free-agent signing of Francisco Cervelli to...
by: (AP) — Wisconsin State Journal 9 Jan
MIAMI (AP) — Catcher Francisco Cervelli finalized a $2 million, one-year contract with the Miami Marlins on Thursday to provide depth behind Jorge Alfaro. Cervelli played in 48 games last...
by: The Washington Times http://www.washingtontimes.com — The Washington Times 9 Jan
Catcher Francisco Cervelli finalized a $2 million, one-year contract with the Miami Marlins on Thursday to provide depth behind Jorge Alfaro.
by: David Levin — Fansided: Marlin Maniac 9 Jan
Although he was the team's starting catcher in 2019, will the Marlins Jorge Alfaro have to win the starting job in Spring Training? The Miami Marlins added...
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