What are you doing today? If the answer is “nothing”, then you might be interested in checking out Marlins Park as the Miami Marlins host their annual job fair today. They are looking to hire numerous new interns in everything from accounting to broadcasting. The day, which Miami has dubbed “Marlins Valuable Professionals” (M.V.P.) Job Fair will take place from 10:00 AM till 6:00 PM. For more information check out NBC 6.
On another note, if you are interested in writing about the Miami Marlins, drop us a line on here as we are currently looking for new writers to step up and share their viewpoints on the Marlins.
Here are the rest of the recent stories on the Marlins.
Dr. SB Nation: How to fix the Miami Marlins | SB Nation
Continuing a new series in which we look at where each team has been and how it might get to where it wants to go. This trip: The Marlins. Abandon hope all ye who enter here.
Jose Abreu’s pre-career is just amazing. Not since the world exploded around Yasiel Puig has one basically unproven talent stirred up Major League Baseball Abreu was on seemingly everyone’s wish list going into the offseason and of course long before that as well. One surprise team that really wanted Abreu was the Miami Marlins who were reportedly willing to expand their small payroll to land the supposed future MLB star. They couldn’t match the unreal figure that the Chicago White Sox put up however so they fell short.
Miami Marlins: Spoiled Kid of MLB | Rant Sports
Like good wine, the Miami Marlins have increased their value in the market for a decade, according to Forbes.com.
The site prices the Marlins at $520 million from $451 million last year, even when the Marlins had an Operating Income of -$7 million.
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Miami Marlins Season Review: First Base Grades | Chris Logel
Entering into the 2013 season, the Marlins every day first baseman was recovering from offseason knee surgery. Logan Morrison was not ready for opening day, therefore the Marlins rolled with veteran Casey Kotchman. Unfortunately for Kotchman, he went through two different injuries that only allowed him to play 6 games this season. That opened the door for veteran pinch-hitter Greg Dobbs to take over the reins at first base in Morrison’s absence. Today we will give both Morrison and Dobbs grades for the year.