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Three Standouts from Sunday’s Miami Marlins Win Over Nationals

The Miami Marlins have won consecutive games to open their 2020 Spring Training. In the Miami Marlins first game of the spring, we featured power, bullpen, and Jazz Chisholm as the three standouts in victory. One of those three remains on tap in game two. But first, the almost-heroic: Honorable Mentions Reliever Daniel Castano struck […] Three Standouts from Sunday’s Miami Marlins Win Over Nationals - Marlin Maniac - Marlin Maniac - A Miami Marlins Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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Bold predictions for pitchers in 2020

What does the future hold for the Miami Marlins pitching staff in 2020? It’s still early in the process, but the Miami Marlins coaching staff and front office figure to have tough decisions to make regarding their pitchers for 2020. Actually, there is no figuring about it. There is depth both in the rotation and […] Miami Marlins: Bold predictions for pitchers in 2020 - Marlin Maniac - Marlin Maniac - A Miami Marlins Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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Did the Miami Marlins do enough this offseason to guarantee 2020 success?

The Marlins made several moves to improve their team this season. Were they enough to make a dent in the National League East? The Miami Marlins are back in the baseball business, having opened the 2020 Grapefruit League season on Saturday against the New York Mets. As my Marlin Maniac colleague, Kevin Kraczkowski wrote, “The […] Did the Miami Marlins do enough this offseason to guarantee 2020 success? - Marlin Maniac - Marlin Maniac - A Miami Marlins Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and...

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Alfaro and Cervelli could be Marlins’ Best Catching Combo in Years

Jorge Alfaro and Francisco Cervelli could be the best catching combo the Miami Marlins have had in a long time. The potential for offensive production and defensive acumen makes this pair one to watch in 2020. The Miami Marlins signed Francisco Cervelli to a one-year, $2 million deal this winter. He’ll presumably be catching-incumbent Jorge […] Alfaro and Cervelli could be Marlins’ Best Catching Combo in Years - Marlin Maniac - Marlin Maniac - A Miami Marlins Fan Site - News, Blogs,...

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Discordia’s Springtime: Miami Marlins Have a Winning Record

After one Spring Training game, the Miami Marlins are looking at a winning record. True, it’s only one game, and also true, it doesn’t really count because it’s not the regular season. But tell the truth, didn’t it feel kind of good to see the Miami Marlins top the New York Mets squad — split […] Discordia’s Springtime: Miami Marlins Have a Winning Record - Marlin Maniac - Marlin Maniac - A Miami Marlins Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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Which Adam Conley do the Miami Marlins Have in 2020?

The Miami Marlins have seen many different things from Adam Conley over the past five years, some good, and some bad. Adam Conley joined the Miami Marlins system after they took him in the second round of the 2011 MLB Amateur Entry Draft, with the 72nd overall choice. A six-foot-three, 200 lb. lefty out of […] Which Adam Conley do the Miami Marlins Have in 2020? - Marlin Maniac - Marlin Maniac - A Miami Marlins Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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MIA 5, NYM 3; Game notes from Marlins’ win in spring opener

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We have waited long enough and we are finally getting our first looks at this exciting 2020 Marlins team. We got our Marlins in the beautiful blue jerseys along with a great looking Clover Park, and honestly I am still feeling amazing from Saturday’s game. The team overall played great and I think if someone watched this game they would understand the players that we have are future. Freddie Freeman said it best when he said, “I envision them being...

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Three Big Takeaways From Miami Marlins Spring Opener

The Miami Marlins got a look at 18 position players and six pitchers in their first Spring Training game of 2020. The final score of 5-3 was inconsequential in the larger scheme of things. Also unimportant was the fact that the Miami Marlins were the winner for the day. The most important thing is the […] Three Big Takeaways From Miami Marlins Spring Opener - Marlin Maniac - Marlin Maniac - A Miami Marlins Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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Marlins vs. Mets: Start time, how to watch and game thread—February 22, 2020

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Spring is in the air and the Fish are on the field Saturday afternoon in Port St. Lucie for their Grapefruit League opener against the Mets.

Welcome to Saturday’s Marlins (0-0) vs. Mets (0-0) Spring Training game thread, the first one of 2020!

Need a refresher on what the Fish did over the winter? We got you covered.

Sixty-five players are participating in Marlins major league camp. Over the next month, they will whittle...

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How Far Away is Jazz Chisholm From an Impact with the Miami Marlins?

The Miami Marlins seem happy with Miguel Rojas starting the 2020 season at shortstop. Behind Miguel Rojas on the Miami Marlins organizational depth chart at shortstop lurks several exciting prospects, chief amongst them Jazz Chisholm. Chisholm is a five-foot-11, 165 lb. lefty-batting and righty-throwing shortstop from Nassau, Bahamas. Born on February 1st, 1998, Chisholm signed […] How Far Away is Jazz Chisholm From an Impact with the Miami Marlins? - Marlin Maniac - Marlin Maniac - A...

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2019-20 Marlins offseason in review

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Getting caught up on all of the moves that the Marlins made to improve their team since the end of last season.

On Saturday, the Marlins are playing an organized baseball game, ending a drought of nearly five months that stretches back to the end of the 2019 MLB regular season. Some of you have been anxiously awaiting this and kept tabs on the team daily throughout the winter. For others, you may be visiting Fish Stripes...

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Longtime Marlins scout, executive Orrin Freeman dies at 70

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The baseball world mourns a gifted talent evaluator who treated others with respect.

Veteran talent evaluator Orrin Freeman, a member of the Marlins organization since its inception, passed away Friday morning due to complications from diabetes. He was 70 years old.

Freeman pitched at the University of Southern California during the early 1970s in the midst of a college baseball dynasty. Rather than pursue a professional playing career, he went into...

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Surveying the new talent ahead of Saturday’s game

Will the new wealth of talent the Miami Marlins have on their roster prove to be enough to carry the team out of the National League East cellar? Miami Marlins president of baseball operations Michael Hill continues to like what he has seen on the fields at Roger Dean Stadium so far as the full […] Miami Marlins: Surveying the new talent ahead of Saturday’s game - Marlin Maniac - Marlin Maniac - A Miami Marlins Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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Would the Miami Marlins trade Brian Anderson this season?

Is there even an inkling of a chance that Brian Anderson of the Miami Marlins is traded this coming season? Let’s hope not. With the Atlanta Braves or any Major League Baseball team, there should always be a Plan B, even if it might involve the Miami Marlins. The Braves are planning for life after […] Would the Miami Marlins trade Brian Anderson this season? - Marlin Maniac - Marlin Maniac - A Miami Marlins Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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Miami Marlins manager Don Mattingly prepares his team for Spring baseball

It’s Miami Marlins manager Don Mattingly’s time to prove he can produce a winner in South Florida. It’s something Don Mattingly, manager of the Miami Marlins, likes to do in person. The fifth-year skipper knows this is the year where doubters could become believers in what the front office and coaching staff have been preaching […] Miami Marlins manager Don Mattingly prepares his team for Spring baseball - Marlin Maniac - Marlin Maniac - A Miami Marlins Fan Site - News, Blogs,...

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Don Mattingly calls out Mike Fiers for not speaking out on Astros sooner

While many have applauded Oakland Athletics pitcher Mike Fiers for blowing the whistle on the Houston Astros’ cheating scandal, he’s also received plenty of heat for it. Now, Miami Marlins manager Don Mattingly is calling out Fiers for not speaking out sooner. During an appearance on "The Dan Patrick Show," Mattingly took Fiers to task for staying quiet for so long and letting the Astros cheat all while knowing it could have stopped. Instead of speaking up, Fiers won a World Series ring...

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2020 Marlins Season Preview: Corey Dickerson

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Dickerson has made frequent adjustments during his career to remain a productive hitter. The Marlins are betting on him to age gracefully.

The Miami Marlins front office made its biggest splash in several years when the team inked outfielder Corey Dickerson to a two-year, $17.5 million deal just before New Year’s. While the Dickerson signing did not turn the baseball world upside down, it gave the Marlins a much improved offensive outlook for 2020.

When he...

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Francisco Cervelli is Conditioned for Success with Miami Marlins

Francisco Cervelli is poised to spend his 13th major league season with the Miami Marlins. Jorge Alfaro, of course, is written in pen for the Miami Marlins behind the plate. His backup at backstop, as it were, is up for a slight case of debate. For the last two seasons, Miami’s backup catcher has been […] Francisco Cervelli is Conditioned for Success with Miami Marlins - Marlin Maniac - Marlin Maniac - A Miami Marlins Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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Our Noticias, 2/21/20: Prospects steal the limelight

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During full-squad workouts, we got a backfields showdown between future Marlins stars. Plus links on Lewis Brinson and Jesús Aguilar.

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Pitcher Edward Cabrera, shortstop Jazz Chisholm, and outfielder Monte Harrison are three names that Marlins fans will become very familiar with in the near future. They’re at the forefront of a wave of talent that will form the backbone of what will hopefully be a...

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Marlins 2020 MLB Draft Targets: Florida JUCOs

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Outside of the big-name in-state schools, the Marlins should do their research on the junior college ranks.

The 2020 MLB Draft will be the Miami Marlins’ third draft under the Derek Jeter regime. In the first two draft, the Fish focused on getting hitters like JJ Bleday, Connor Scott, Kameron Misner, Nasim Nunez and Peyton Burdick during the early rounds.

In order to acquire even more impact talent this time around, the Marlins...

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