MIAMI (AP) The Miami Marlins have released catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia, making him a free agent.
The move Tuesday came eight days after Saltalamacchia was designated for assignment. The Marlins parted ways with the veteran even though he has nearly two seasons left on the $21 million, three-year contract he signed before the 2014 season.
He played poorly last year and lost his...
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The National League East didn’t quite see a changing of the guard as the first month of the season drew to a close, but they did see a potential division winner take charge.
The Washington Nationals looked like the team many expected they would be at the beginning of 2015: the kings of the NL East. They won five games this week behind incredible pitching performances and timely...
MIAMI (AP) Miami Marlins left fielder Christian Yelich will begin a rehab assignment on Sunday with Class A Jupiter.
Yelich, who has been on the disabled list since April 24 with a lower back strain, also plans to play for Jupiter on Monday and Tuesday with plans of returning to the big league club on Thursday at San Francisco.
The 23-year old Gold Glove winner is hitting .200 with...
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3 days ago
The Marlins had their highest rated April on FS Florida since 2012. In other news, the Cubs also hit a multi-year high during the month of April, and ESPN earned its second-smallest MLB audience of the season on Wednesday. Marlins Have Highest Rated April Since 2012 Miami Marlins Major League Baseball games averaged a 1.92 [...]
Giancarlo Stanton had another field day against the Mets on Wednesday as the Marlins beat the Mets by a score of 7-3.
In addition to a pair of spectacular catches in right field robbing the Mets of two potential extra-base hits, Stanton had two more hits including a two-run home run and three runs driven in.
It led to some heated debate on our game thread and also on Twitter with...
It’s a story as old as the game of baseball itself.
Man wins World Series ring. Leaves team and inks a huge contract. Spends a year in new city. Takes time off for birth of child.
Returns…and promptly gets cut.
Roster Move: Jarrod Saltalamacchia reinstated from paternity list and designated for assignment.
— Miami Marlins (@Marlins) April 27, 2015
Jarrod Saltalamacchia has been DFA’d by the Miami Marlins.
The Miami Marlins made a bit of surprising move today when they decided to DFA (designate for assignment) their catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia who’s contract does not expire until the end of the 2016 season. This is the 2nd year of his contract that he was given in the off-season of 2013/2014. Saltalamacchia was given...
The Jarrod Saltalamacchia era in Miami is already over. The Marlins designated the veteran catcher for assignment today, less than halfway through a three-year, $21 million contract signed last offseason.
#Marlins C Jarrod Saltalamacchia reinstated from paternity list and designated for assignment.
— Juan C. Rodriguez (@JCRMarlinsbeat) April 27, 2015
The 29-year old Saltalamacchia...
On Saturday, 41-year-old outfielder Ichiro Suzuki scored his 1,968th run, surpassing Sadaharu Oh on the all-time list for a Japanese professional baseball player. The legendary outfielder has crossed the rubber 1,310 times (and counting) in Major League Baseball plus he scored 658 runs during his playing days in Japan.
Fittingly, the Miami Marlins, Ichiro's current team, gave...
Giancarlo Stanton’s home run Thursday still hasn’t landed.
The Miami Marlins slugger has hit some skyscraping moonshots in his young career, but he opted for a different flight pattern in Philadelphia when he hit an absolute laser beam of a two-run homer off Phillies pitcher Justin De Fratus in the sixth inning.
That thing wouldn’t just hit Fenway Park’s Green Monster...
Three weeks into the 2015 MLB season, a handful of managers may already be feeling the pressure of making sure their teams fulfill expectations.
Is it a coincidence that Reds skipper Bryan Price vomited a bucketful of F-bombs at Cincinnati Enquirer beat reporter C. Trent Rosecrans after his team had lost seven of its past eight games, dropping to fourth place in the NL Central...
When the Marlins reorganized their front office not too long ago, one of the hopes was that Jeffrey Loria would no longer so frequently meddle in the team’s operation. In 2015, however, the team has stumbled right out of the gate, and there’s chatter that Loria is getting involved. From a recent report about manager […]
Miami Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria “quizzed” people at Citi Field during the weekend about Wally Backman’s readiness to be a major league manager, according to a report in the New York Post.
Loria was in attendance in Queens as his Marlins were swept in a four-game series by the New York Mets.
The Miami Herald reported on Sunday that manager Mike Redmond’s job is in jeopardy...
After a humbling and disastrous four-game sweep at the hands of the New York Mets this weekend at Citi Field – a sweep that now leaves them with the second-worst record in the majors at 3-10 – the Miami Marlins are in panic mode. At least that’s what some are saying in South Florida.
The Miami Herald is reporting tonight that manager Mike Redmond is on the hot seat and that...
The Miami Marlins have been a huge disappointment this season, and manager Mike Redmond is on the hot seat as a result. The Miami Herald’s Clark Spencer reports that Redmond’s job is already in jeopardy following the team’s 3-10 start. Spencer points out that team owner Jeffrey Loria has had an itchy trigger finger with...Read More
Giancarlo Stanton. Photo Credit: Getty Images.
Giancarlo Stanton is already the highest paid player in the Miami Marlins‘ franchise history. He’s also likely the most well-known and most popular in franchise history. Need a good example of Stanton’s popularity? I love the guy and I’m not from Miami, nor am I a Marlins fan.
Other superstars have played for the Marlins...
Over the years. Ichiro Suzuki has become known as a hitting machine; the kind of guy that you can count on to get on base. Of course that does not mean much if he can't find his way home. Over the course of his career he has done just that 1306 times. One of the most beautiful runs scored of his illustrious career came Thursday night against the Mets.He went for the head first slide...
After a week and a half of games, there are a few trends that are starting to arise with the 2015 Miami Marlins. Some are good, some are bad, and others aren’t worth keeping an eye on.
Christian Yelich has been experiencing back tightness and that could be cause for concern over the season since back injuries tend to linger and effect performance throughout. Hopefully...
Giancarlo Stanton for the first time on Tuesday night stepped into the batter’s box without a protective face guard attached to his helmet, something he has been wearing throughout spring training and the early part of the regular season. And the results were good. In his sole at-bat without the custom, carbon fiber face guard,...Read More
The post Giancarlo Stanton starting to...
Carter Capps has a little extra hop in his step when he pitches. No, literally.
The Miami Marlins hard-throwing right-hander boasts one of the funkiest deliveries in the game, as he actually takes a small jump off the rubber.
Wait, what? http://t.co/nHMI3LAs94— MLB GIFS (@MLBGIFs) April 14, 2015
lol http://t.co/mxSOdNGQbk— nick pants (@nick_pants) April 14, 2015
The first newsworthy thing the Miami Marlins did during the 2015 MLB season was forget to close their retractable roof to avoid a rain delay. Marlins Park, which cost $515 million to build and was opened just three years ago, is one of six MLB stadiums with a retractable roof. Despite that, the second inning...Read More
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The Miami Marlins opened a new ballpark in 2012 that features a retractable roof. Yet, somehow, their first home game of the 2015 season was stopped in the second inning because of rain. The weather in South Florida can be extremely unpredictable, which is why the Marlins became one of just six teams in professional...Read More