Competition still exists for the Marlins’ fifth-starter spot. The race appears to be between Jordan Yamamoto and Elieser Hernandez, with prospects Nick Neidert and Robert Dugger in the wings. Yamamoto and Hernandez each pitched on Sunday in a...
by: Jordan McPherson — Miami Herald 14 Jul
Ask Miami Marlins manager Don Mattingly what he likes about Eddy Alvarez, and you’ll get a pretty sizable list.
by: Jordan McPherson — Miami Herald 12 Jul
Eric Duncan, the Miami Marlins’ 35-year-old hitting coach, has two trusted people he can rely on as he maneuvers through his day-to-day duties in bench coach James Rowson and manager Don Mattingly. Rowson helped the Minnesota Twins last season hit...
by: Matt Rappa — Fansided: That Balls Outta Here 12 Jul
The Phillies 'kicked around' this blockbuster trade idea, three years ago The current landscape of the Philadelphia Phillies franchise would have looked si...
by: David Levin — Fansided: Marlin Maniac 12 Jul
Who are the new players on the Miami Marlins roster fans are anxious to see play this coming season? The Miami Marlins front office and coaching staff saw ...
by: Tom Moore — The Morning Call 11 Jul
From a business standpoint, the Phillies’ approach to catcher J.T. Realmuto’s impending free agency is understandable. But they need him behind th dish probably more than he needs them.
by: Sports Talk Philly — Sports Talk Philly: Philliedelphia 11 Jul
Catcher J.T. Realmuto and agent Jeff Berry have a history of playing hardball with the Marlins and the Phillies. Going to free agency should not be a surprise.
by: Tom Moore — The Intelligencer 11 Jul
While it makes sense from a business standpoint not to sign the star catcher to a longterm contract, the Phils cannot afford to lose him in the offseason.
by: Sean Barnard — Philly Sports Network 11 Jul
In a world without the coronavirus pandemic, it is likely that Realmuto would have signed a long-term deal with the Phillies
by: Jordan McPherson — Miami Herald 11 Jul
In terms of time, the Miami Marlins on Friday were exactly where they left off when the coronavirus pandemic shut down spring training.
by: Jordan McPherson — Miami Herald 10 Jul
Two hard, loud cracks of the bat from a pair of the Miami Marlins’ top prospects against one of their top pitchers highlighted the Marlins’ first simulated game experience since returning to practice.
by: Joe Frisaro — MLB: Marlins 9 Jul
After years of being considered pitcher-friendly, Marlins Park should be more rewarding to hitters, especially those who focus on using the middle of the field, in 2020. As part of offseason renovations, Marlins Park's fences in center and right-cente
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