#The Miami Marlins


Former Red Sox Hurler Inks Deal With Diamondbacks After Difficult 2021 Season

The Arizona Diamondbacks made a move Thursday to try to shore up their shaky bullpen. Arizona -- like the Boston Red Sox -- didn't feature a strong bullpen in 2022. Boston had the fifth-worst bullpen in Major League Baseball with an ERA of 4.59 and the Diamondbacks weren't with the sixth-worst bullpen with an ERA of 4.58.
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New York Mets add another bullpen flier

On Friday morning, it was announced that the New York Mets signed relief pitcher, Jimmy Yacabonis to a minor-league contract. For the Mets, yet another bullpen arm now added at this early point in the offseason. It started with the re-signing of Edwin Diaz right off the bat of free...
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Miami Marlins open to trading Pablo Lopez, other starters for hitting

The Miami Marlins will not be moving NL Cy Young winner Sandy Alcantara this offseason. The 27-year-old starter is under team control through at least the 2026 season and is relatively cheap in comparison of what he brings to the table for the small-market team. With that said, Miami is...
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Miami Marlins willing to trade any pitcher not named Sandy Alcantara

The Miami Marlins have made it clear that they are willing to trade pitching to improve their offense. Any interested teams will essentially have their pick of arms to choose from. According to Jon Heyman of the New York Post, the Marlins are not willing to trade Sandy Alcantara. That...

Dodgers Free Agent Eddy Alvarez Signs With Milwaukee Brewers

The Los Angeles Dodgers bench was a point of weakness during the 2021 season, and it was addressed through the signings of Eddy Alvarez, Jason Martin, Jake Lamb and Tony Wolters to Minor League contracts. Alvarez made his MLB debut with the Miami Marlins in 2020 and appeared in 24...

What to expect from the Miami Marlins with MLB’s Winter Meetings set to begin

For the first time in three years, and for the first time for the Miami Marlins under general manager Kim Ng, MLB’s Winter Meetings are back in person. Front office executives, agents, and managers will descend upon San Diego for the four-day event, which runs Sunday through Wednesday, that is generally viewed as the time when offseason moves begin to pick up steam.

Rockies' Kyle Freeland joins Team USA in World Baseball Classic

Instead of spending all spring with the Rockies at spring training next year, Kyle Freeland will spend time with Team USA defending its World Baseball Classic title. Freeland was selected to represent Team USA on Friday.  The United States will join national teams from 19 other nations in the first World Baseball Classic since 2017. The WBC was originally set to be played in 2021, but was delayed due to the COVID pandemic.  The U.S. won the tournament in 2017, bringing home its first title.  Team USA will play in Pool C, along with Mexico, Colombia,...

Morning Briefing: The Jacob DeGrom Era Is Over

Friday night, Jacob deGrom made his free agent decision as he signed a five-year, $185 million contract with the Texas Rangers. The contract includes a conditional sixth-year option and a full no-trade clause. It is truly the end of an era for the Mets. deGrom was the 2014 National League Rookie of the Year Award winner, a two-time Cy Young Award Winner, and a four-time All-Star with the team.

Blue Jays hire Yankees’ legend, ex-Marlins skipper Don Mattingly as bench coach

Donnie Baseball is heading north of the border. Yankees’ legend Don Mattingly is back in the American League East as bench coach for the Toronto Blue Jays, the club announced on Wednesday. “It was great getting to know Don throughout this process and we are very excited about the...

Miami Marlins time is now

The Miami Marlins had a pretty busy week of news. The biggest news is of course the rumor that Xander Bogaerts may actually be our free agent target. That’s not what this article is about however… As I wrote before, the NL East is becoming a bit easier for The Fish. The New York Mets are going through a massive turnover of players and the Philadelphia Phillies have a dilemma of their own. The window of contention is open.