Miami Marlins first-baseman Logan Morrison is in the running for a very prestigious award. He is the Marlins representative for the Roberto Clemente Award in 2013.
Morrison has been nominated for all the charity work he does off the field. Our own Laura Georgia recently wrote an excellent article detailing all the work that the man known as LoMo does for others.
Vote for Logan Morrison today and you’ll also be able to earn an awesome prize. MLB.com has a special prize for if you vote, as you’re entered for a chance to win 4 tickets to the World Series.
With the college and NFL football seasons in full season and the regular season at a close, here is an interesting look at four current Marlins prospects and current Major Leaguers that starred on the football field in high school.
MLB.com’s Joe Frisaro mentioned the possibility of the Miami Marlins trading closer Steve Cishek as part of a package to bring in offensive help. Would this be a good move?
The Diehards’ End-of-Season Epistle | Marlins Diehards
Our Diehard friends, Ted and Dave, “sort through a wreckage” that was the 2013 Miami Marlins season. A very good read for those with a sense of humor about the Fish.
Marlins lose Alex Sanabia, Josh Wall to waiver claims | Miami Herald
Miami lost a pair of pitchers — Alex Sanabia and Josh Wall — to waiver claims. The Diamondbacks snatched Sanabia while the Angels acquired Wall.
The Miami Marlins have always used their locale to their advantage when it comes to youthful prospects from Cuba and the Dominican, something they’re planning to do again with free agent first baseman Jose Abreu.
Miami Marlins lost big — and fast — in 2013 | Sun-Sentinel
The Miami Marlins lost big this season, totaling a triple-figure total for just the second time in franchise history. At least they lost fast.
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Back in late August I wrote an article on whether or not the Marlins should sign Jose Abreu. Earlier this week, baseball got to see Abreu in a two-day work out in the Dominican Republic. The result? The Marlins seem to be “all-in” according to Joe Frisco. What does “all in” mean? It means the Marlins could look to spend anywhere from 45-60 million dollars on Abreu. So what is the big draw to Abreu? His Bat!