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Marlins Offseason Acquisitions Should Impact 2015

Photo Credit Rodolfo Roman Guest Contributor The Miami Marlins had limited success during the 2014 season, finishing 77-85, 19 games back and 4th place in the NL East. Fortunately, many consider the signing of Giancarlo Stanton to the largest contract in MLB history to be the major victory for Miami. Stanton was heading into the final year of his contract ... Read More »

Stanton’s Status as “Secondary” All-Star is Insulting

By Mike Biana Giancarlo Stanton’s selection to the MLB All-Star Game is an embarrassment. A disgrace. An absolute abomination. To clarify, I don’t mean the Miami Marlins slugger isn’t worthy of his second selection to the National League All-Star roster; as a matter of fact, I believe the complete opposite. If Miami had continued their (unexpectedly) strong play from earlier ... Read More »

No way, Jose. Not you too.

By Mike Biana @mikebiana The reigning National League Rookie of the Year has dealt his fair share of bad news—to opponents, that is, having struck out 70 batters on the young 2014 season. Now, the electric Marlins’ ace has been dealt his own bad news: he has been required to have Tommy John surgery on his right elbow, effectively putting ... Read More »

THERE’S NO PLACE LIKE HOME FOR THE MIAMI MARLINS

BY Mike Biana @mikebiana The plate has been an unfriendly place for Miami Marlins’ outfielder Marcell Ozuna Wednesday. The Marlins centerfielder struck out in his first three at-bats, drawing many groans and a few ill-mannered boos from the 18,010 fans who attended Marlins Park on the afternoon. Yet there he stood, in the bottom of the ninth, with Giancarlo Stanton ... Read More »