Categories Archives: Miami

Marlins face decision on out-of-options Urena

MIAMI — When pitchers and catchers report to Spring Training on Feb. 14 in Jupiter, Fla., the Marlins won’t have many pitching vacancies. Injuries and performance will obviously factor into how the Opening Day roster ultimately looks, but as o

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Miami molds super ‘pen to fit Marlins Park

MIAMI — The Marlins’ newly constructed bullpen will come at batters from all angles and directions. Brad Ziegler has a submarine-style delivery, and Junichi Tazawa mixes in a forkball. The two recently signed free agents join closer A.J. Ramos

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Marlins exploring market for bench candidate

MIAMI — Roster spots are becoming scarce with the offseason moves the Marlins have already made, but the club still could use an experienced bat off the bench. The ideal candidate would be a right-handed hitter who can play first base. Working in Mi

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Fife, Moore headline Marlins’ non-roster invitees

MIAMI — Right-hander Stephen Fife, who formerly pitched for Miami manager Don Mattingly in Los Angeles, and first baseman Tyler Moore are among 14 non-roster invitees to Spring Training, the Marlins announced on Tuesday. Several of the players, such

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Marlins to try left-handed Bour vs. southpaws

MIAMI — A right high ankle sprain cost Justin Bour two months of his 2016 season and limited the left-handed-hitting first baseman to just 90 games. The way the Marlins are talking now, they’re open to giving him an opportunity to make up for

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Marlins determined to push forward in 2017

MIAMI — In the face of tragedy, the Marlins bonded together. As one, they dealt with the death of Jose Fernandez, lifting each other’s spirits and making it through a trying time. Now, collectively, the organization is determined to push forwa

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Fernandez’s death casts pall on Marlins’ season

MIAMI — How they performed for four months, and where they were positioned in the standings through July, had many believing 2016 was finally going to be the year the Marlins returned to the postseason. But the optimism began to fade in August, as i

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