As they continue to build from their Minor League system up, the 2019 Marlins used a total of 50 players, including 17 rookies. With youth comes inconsistencies and growing pains, and Miami certainly had its share during a 57-105 campaign. But...
by: Kevin Kraczkowski — Fansided: Marlin Maniac 2 Nov
Minor moves may prove to have major repercussions, but we have to see what they are later. In the wake of granting free agency to infielders Neil Walker an...
by: Joe Frisaro — MLB: Marlins 1 Nov
Starlin Castro played all 162 games for the Marlins this year, but the 29-year-old infielder’s days with the organization now appear to be over. On Friday, the organization officially declined to pick up the club option that would have paid Castro $16
by: Jordan McPherson — Miami Herald 1 Nov
The Major League Baseball offseason is set to begin now that the Nationals won the World Series. It will be a pivotal next few months for the Miami Marlins, who are heading into Year 3 of their latest rebuild.
by: Christian Cevallos — SB Nation: Fish Stripes 30 Oct
Watch all of the savvy veteran moves from Bryan Holaday’s season as Marlins backup catcher.
James Rowson parlays Twins success, Yankees roots into Marlins bench coach/offensive coordinator gig
by: Ely Sussman — SB Nation: Fish Stripes 25 Oct
The Marlins pry a young, respected hitting coach from one of 2019’s best teams, tasking him with filling Tim Wallach’s shoes and innovating their lifeless lineup.
by: Kevin Kraczkowski — Fansided: Marlin Maniac 19 Oct
Bryan Holaday has elected free agency after two seasons in the Miami Marlins system. An eight-year major league veteran, Holaday was always ready to step i...
by: Christina De Nicola — MLB: Marlins 18 Oct
The Marlins outrighted Bryan Holaday to Triple-A New Orleans on Friday afternoon, with the veteran catcher electing free agency. Miami's 40-man roster is at 36. Jorge Alfaro is the only backstop remaining on the 40-man roster, with Chad Wallach on...
by: Christina De Nicola — MLB: Marlins 16 Oct
The Marlins made minor roster moves on Wednesday afternoon, outrighting catcher Tyler Heineman and right-hander Héctor Noesi to Triple-A New Orleans. The Reds also claimed left-hander Josh D. Smith off waivers. Miami's 40-man roster is at 37....
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