Marlins Way: Miami Outrights Silverio

Mandatory Credit: Scott Rovak-USA TODAY Sports

The Marlins have outrighted Outfielder Alfredo Silverio to Triple-A New Orleans on Thursday. Silverio has spent the last couple of years injured and is viewed as more of a project then a realistic pro prospect at this point. For the whole story, click here to check out the Global Post.

2013 Marlins Season Review: Ricky Nolasco-Dodgers trade | Fish Stripes

The Miami Marlins traded Ricky Nolasco to the Los Angeles Dodgers for three pitching prospects in early July of 2013. The Fish knew that they had to send Nolasco away for value. He was not going to be retained after this year no matter how well he played, and offering him a qualifying offer to try to get draft pick compensation would have been a disastrous move. The Fish wanted to extract something out of the last piece of the 2006 era remaining.

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Snobbery and Baseball’s Unwritten Rules | Ehsan Kassim

Baseball’s unwritten rules have been a hot topic during the 2013 season. First the Atlanta Braves took exception to any player hitting a home run off of them and celebrating it. They plunked Bryce Harper on his side, nearly started a brawl with Jose Fernandez, and then would not even let Carlos Gomez touch home on his home run.

Fast forward to the post-season, Yasiel Puig and the Los Angeles Dodgers are now catching fire for “over-celebrating”

 

Miami Marlins Breaking News: Fish Out Of Running On Jose Dariel  | Placido Estevez

According to a report by Jesse Sanchez of MLB.com, Cuban free agent slugger Jose Dariel Abreu has reduced his list of suitors to the Astros, White Sox and Red Sox.  You will notice the absence of a certain Miami baseball team that was reportedly “all-in” on the first baseman.

 

Miami Marlins Season Review: Shortstop Grades | Chris Logel

Here at Marlin Maniac we have been providing you with our end of the season grades for the different Marlins players based on the position that they played. Our grades are reflective of how well the players performed based on reasonable individual expectations meshed with actual performance. Then we provide you with an overall grade for the position, which is based on a comparison with other players on other teams who play that particular position.

 

 

 

Topics: Alfredo Silverio, Miami Marlins, MLB

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