The Tampa Bay Rays traded Joel Peralta to the Los Angeles Dodgers late Thursday evening, and it seems to make sense that Grant Balfour is the next to go.
As we discovered a few days ago, Marlins Giancarlo Stanton received a mega-deal worth $325 million over the next 13 years. The Marlins moved their salary cap around to sign Stanton, but the amount of money they spent on
Though Giancarlo Stanton just signed the largest contract in the history of North American sports, the Miami Marlins look smarter the more you dig in.
The Miami Marlins are looking for a bat to hit behind Giancarlo Stanton next season, and they are reportedly showing "agressive interest" in Adam Laroche.
The Miami Marlins need to find a middle-of-the-order bat to hit behind Giancarlo Stanton this offseason, and Hanley Ramirez just might be their guy.
Giancarlo Stanton will not be leaving Miami for quite some time. According to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports, Stanton’s deal with the Marlins is in place and he will make $325 million over 13 years. At 2014’s avg. ticket
There are rumors that the Tampa Bay Rays could deal Jeremy Hellickson, and soon, but this might not be the best move for the team.
The Miami Marlins have a lot of things in their favor heading into the 2015 season, including arguably the best oufield in all of Major League Baseball.
In the midst of trades and free agent decisions, the Miami Marlins are working out contract extensions with four current players. Fans and baseball experts have taken to social media to express their feelings about these decisions. 4. Adeiny
The Tampa Bay Rays have seemingly been searching for a way out of Tropicana Field for forever now, and they might have finally found an avenue of hope.