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Opening Day

Takeaways from an Eventful Opening Day

We’ve been counting down the days until baseball season for weeks, even months now.  So now that it’s finally here, here’s a rundown of everything of significance that happened. The true Opening Day began Sunday night, when the Cubs


Spring Training Review: What Can We Learn From Marlins Camp?

As The Miami Marlins Begin Regular Season Play This Week, Here Are The Players To Keep An Eye On It’s Opening Day! Perhaps the greatest non-playoff day in all of American pro sports. The festivities here in Miami kick

Jason Collette

Countdown to Opening Day: The Postseason

All 30 teams have been reviewed and the season starts tomorrow.  So what about October?  Who has what it takes to win it all this year?  My playoff breakdown is as follows: AL East winner: Boston Red Sox AL

Grading the 2015 Marlins Roster: Bullpen (B-)

Steve Cishek And Mike Dunn Lead ‘Pen Group, A Questionable Yet High-Octane, High-Strikeout Group Here’s the final look at the projected roster for the Marlins’ 2015 squad. We’ve previously covered the catcher and outfield, infield, and starting rotation. Finally,

yasiel Puig

2015 MLB Predictions: Who Will Surprise Us the Most?

Nobody is going to stop Yasiel Puig and the Dodgers in 2015.


Marlins Open With Homestand Against Braves and Rays

The Miami Marlins begin their 23rd season with a six-game homestand against the Atlanta Braves (April 6-8) and Tampa Bay Rays (April 10-12). The homestand features three fan giveaways as all fans will receive a 2015 magnetic schedule courtesy

Will Marlins Fans Show Up in 2015?

Improved Marlins Team Looks To Show Up Every Night, But It Remains To Be Seen If Fans Will Follow Suit Excluding 2012, the year Marlins Park opened, the Marlins franchise has had the lowest home attendance in the National

The Rays are worth more than ever before but are still the least valable team in the MLB

Rays Worth $625 Million: Last In The MLB

According to the 2015 Forbes Magazine list of The Value Of Major League Baseball Franchises, there is some good news and some bad news for the Tampa Bay Rays and their Florida counterparts the Miami Marlins. The good news is


Marlins’ Cosart Faces Suspension, Ban In Gambling Investigation

Miami Marlins pitcher Jarred Cosart is in the midst of a gambling investigation.


Christian Yelich’s 7-Year, $49.5M Extension Demonstrates Marlins’ New Success Model

How The Yelich Deal Marks A Cost-Effective Staple To The Marlins’ Nucleus And Represents A Model For Sustainable Roster Construction It may look like chump change compared to Giancarlo Stanton’s $325 million, but Christian Yelich’s seven-year, $49.5 million contract