J.T. Realmuto
Miami Marlins MLB Sports

Miami Marlins Get J.T. Realmuto Back From Disabled List

He’s baaaack! After starting the season on the disabled list with a back contusion, the Miami Marlins have announced J.T. Realmuto is been cleared to join the team in New York against the Yankees. Per Oliver Macklin of MLB.com, The Marlins reinstated Realmuto from the 10-day disabled list and optioned catcher Chad Wallach to Triple-A New Orleans in a corresponding move. Miami announced Realmuto will make his season debut at
Derek Jeter
Miami Marlins MLB Sports

Derek Jeter Won’t Be Traveling With The Marlins To Series In The Bronx

Miami Marlins owner and CEO Derek Jeter met with the media on Friday ahead of the team’s 7-2 win over the Pittsburgh Pirates to give a brief “State of the Team” address and discuss the Marlins first trip to play the New York Yankees with Giancarlo Stanton in pinstripes and Jeter as the man who owns the opposing team. By the way, Jeter told the media he was not making
Lewis Brinson
Miami Marlins MLB Sports

Marlins Won’t Send Lewis Brinson To The Minors

All rookies go through it. For Miami Marlins’ outfielder Lewis Brinson, the slump he is experiencing may lead to a demotion to Triple-A New Orleans. According to Joe Frisaro of MLB.com, Brinson's batting average has dipped to .140. The organization is paying close attention to how he is handling the slump. On Wednesday, manager Don Mattingly made it clear that the club is sticking with its top prospect per MLB
Brian Anderson
Miami Marlins MLB Sports

Marlins Brian Anderson Amongst Biggest NL East Surprises

Brian Anderson has made a good first impression of the National League East and the Miami Marlins. The rookie third baseman is one of five players who have been a pleasant surprise at the start of the 2018 MLB season, according to Anthony Castrovince of MLB.com. While the Marlins sit at the bottom of the division at 3-9, it is not because of Brian Anderson’s bat or play in the
Dan Straily
Miami Marlins MLB Sports

Marlins Veteran Dan Straily Moves Closer To Joining Team

The Miami Marlins have announced the wrist contusion that Garrett Cooper suffered last week that placed him on the 10-day disabled list has now been put in a cast. It was once thought Cooper would need the time to rest and then return to the organization. Now, Garrett Cooper may need more time to heel before rejoining the team. The team also announced pitcher Dan Straily is making progress toward
Tyler Cloyd
Miami Marlins MLB Sports

The Miami Marlins Bring Tyler Cloyd Up From Triple-A New Orleans

The Miami Marlins’ pitching staff continues to look like a revolving door. The team announced it has changed things up on Sunday by selecting the contract of right-hander Tyler Cloyd from Triple-A New Orleans. The Marlins also announced to make space on the 40-man roster, the Marlins designated right-hander Jacob Turner, who allowed eight runs in one relief inning in Saturday's 20-1 loss to the Phillies, for assignment. The 30-year-old
Jarlin Garcia
Miami Marlins MLB Sports

Jarlin Garcia Gets Shot At Miami Marlins Rotation

It’s a spot Jarlin Garcia is familiar with. As a starter in the Miami Marlins minor league system, he was ranked as high as the No. 3 prospect. Now, the lefty is trying to change roles on the major league level from long reliever to starter once again on the Marlins 25-man roster. Garcia “auditioned” this past week in a relief role with the hope he will start on Wednesday
Billy the Marlin
Miami Marlins MLB Sports

Miami Marlins To Use Four-Man Rotation

For now, the Miami Marlins are set on using a four-man rotation until starter Dan Straily can return from the disabled list. Per Joe Frisaro of MLB.com, Odrisamer Despaigne, who opened the season as the No. 3 starter, is now in the bullpen, and prospect Trevor Richards will stick in the rotation. As of right now, the Miami Marlins have four starters -- Jose Urena, Caleb Smith, Dillon Peters and
Brian Anderson
Miami Marlins MLB Sports

Would Martin Prado Unseat Brian Anderson At Third Base For The Miami Marlins?

Joe Frisaro of MLB.com opened up his “Inbox” this morning to discuss all things related to the Miami Marlins. Amongst the many questions that he answered, the topic of Brian Anderson and his fast start to the major-league baseball season was one of them. Per the story that he wrote, Frisaro discussed the fact that Anderson, a rookie playing third-base in place of the injured Martin Prado, is off to
Miami Marlins MLB Sports

12 Miami Marlins Enjoy Their First Opening Day Experience

The new look Miami Marlins had 12 players that made their first Opening Day roster. Miami ripped apart the old roster, trading away big names or releasing players who made an impact on the organization and the community. Per Joe Frisaro of MLB.com, “All MLB rosters had to be set by 11:30 a.m. ET on Thursday, and Miami waited until pretty close to the deadline, finalizing details at 9 a.m.