Today's MLB – Miami Marlins News
It appears Ichiro Suzuki isn't done in the Major League just yet.
The Miami Marlins and utilityman Don Kelly have agreed to terms on a minor league contract. Kelly saw time primarily as a first baseman, third baseman and outfielder last season for the Detroit Tigers, batting .245 with seven RBIs
The Miami Marlins are looking to add outfield depth, and they are reportedly willing to go to two years on a deal with free agent outfielder Ichio Suzuki.
Yesterday at his final owners meetings in Phoenix, MLB commissioner, Bud Selig, who will be stepping down on Jan. 24th, changed things up a bit on his way out the door. Selig typically granted even-year games to American League
The #MLB preseason schedule has been announced. First up, @utspartans and @Phillies. http://t.co/hBqKOANteI pic.twitter.com/84OjFHjcYA — Sports Talk Florida (@SportsTalkFLA) January 7, 2015 The 2015 Spring Training exhibition schedule will begin on Sunday, March 1st as the Philadelphia Phillies host
Seriously. 8.9% of voters didn't think Pedro Martinez was deserving of a HOF vote this year?
Both the Milwaukee Brewers and Miami Marlins are reportedly interested in acquiring Allen Craig from the Boston Red Sox, who is owed $26.5M through 2017.
The Miami Marlins recently signed Giancarlo Stanton to a 13-year, $325 million dollar extension, but it appears they aren't planning on paying out the full contract.
Major League Baseball saw a lot of action this year at the Winter Meetings, with many teams going home with new superstars and others left empty-handed.
The Miami Marlins have continued a busy Winter Meetings by acquiring right-hander Mat Latos from the Cincinatti Reds in a three-player deal.