March 28, 2013; Jupiter, FL, USA; Miami Marlins starting pitcher Justin Nicolino (34) delivers to the St. Louis Cardinals during the spring training game at Roger Dean Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brad Barr-USA TODAY Sports

Marlins Way: Baseball America Reveals Top 20 Prospect Lists

With Baseball America revealing their top prospect lists for all leagues across baseball, it is not surprising to see quite a few Marlins sprinkled throughout. 8 Marlins players were tabbed on the list, which is a testament to the young talent that Miami has assembled in the last couple of years. Here at Marlin Maniac we are going to be presenting you with our prospect breakdown within the week so if prospects are your thing, make sure you let us know how you feel about the current farm system.

Miami Marlins among Baseball America top 20 league prospects | Sun-Sentinel

Baseball America on Tuesday completed its roundup of top 20 prospects throughout every league in affiliate baseball. Several Marlins made their rankings.

How the Miami Marlins Can Take a Page from the Pittsburgh Pirates  | Bleacher Report

If you’ve been following baseball this season, or even if you haven’t, then you’ll surely know of the story behind the Pittsburgh Pirates. Having not had a winning record since 1992—let alone making the playoffs—the Buccos broke their long curse this season, ending the year easily in the playoffs with a 94-68 record.

2014 Miami Marlins: No Team for Old Men | Rant Sports

In a couple of months, 2014 will arrive: there will be a new World  Series champion and MLB will be getting ready for the spring. Going into Spring Training in 2014, the Miami  Marlins must have a season where they cash in on its farm system. Many of its young players run the risk of stagnating in the minors.


Here’s to 2014!


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