Sep 29, 2013; Miami, FL, USA; Miami Marlins president of president of baseball operations Michael Hill (right) is flanked by vice president

Marlins Way: Marlins May Decide to Carry Two Hitting Coaches


Here are all the links you need for the Miami Marlins during the last 24 hours. Browse through them and let us know what you think!

Miami Marlins open to carrying two hitting coaches |Fish Stripes

Already working on improving the team, Miami Marlins executives are discussing the possibility of employing two hitting coaches. Several major league teams have turned to the tactic to improve their offenses.

What Did Miami Marlins Lose In Alex Sanabia? | Rant Sports

The one thing the Miami  Marlins had that no one else could really say that they did was  incredible pitching depth. The Arizona  Diamondbacks saw this and have taken a chance by claiming Alex Sanabia off waivers on Friday. Miami was injury-riddled  this season in the pitching rotation among other places, and the ability to use  pitchers like Sanabia was very important.

Miami Marlins Rumors: Team Needs To Leave Josh Johnson Alone | Rant Sports

Now that Johnson may hit the free agent pool next month, any chance that the  Marlins have at going after him should be forgotten because the Marlins should  leave him alone. Being injury-prone is only one of the reasons why Miami needs  to stay away.

Miami Marlins: Jeffrey Loria Must Say it Right! | Rant Sports

On the streets of Little Havana, they say: when the river roars it’s because  it brings stones.

Miami River is a quiet river, but the Miami  Marlins’ office in this modest neighborhood makes all the noise  behind closed doors. No one has something positive to say about Jeffrey Loria, Miami Marlins CEO who certainly has hurt the team’s image of dealing with its fans.

Here at Marlin Maniac:

Miami Marlins Season Review: Left Field Grades

Today we will look at left field for the Miami Marlins. Left field was interesting due to the massive dichotomy between the two players that we are going to give grades to. One was a veteran who has had a solid career that is winding down. The other a rookie who has a promising career in front of him. Of course I am talking about Juan Pierre and Christian Yelich.


As always, here’s to 2014!

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