Jose Fernandez finished in third place for CY Young voting on Wednesday night behind veterans Clayton Kershaw and Adam Wainwright, but that doesn’t mean his future isn’t bright. Fernandez finished second in all of baseball with his 2.19 ERA and his 6.3 WAR according to Baseball Reference was the sixth best among pitchers.
Fernandez will be the anchor of the Marlins rotation for at least five more seasons, and maybe more, if the team can find a way to sign him to a longterm extension.
Fernandez finishes third in NL Cy Young vote | Marlins News
Being a National League Rookie of the Year Award finalist was expected, but Jose Fernandez had no clue he would be in the top three in the Cy Young Award picture.
Miami encouraged by work done at GM Meetings | Marlins News
No deals are imminent for the Marlins, but several potential matchups are taking shape as the General Managers Meetings wind down.
On this day in team history, the Marlins shockingly sent Jose Reyes, Mark Buehrle, Josh Johnson and two others to Toronto for a four-player, three-prospect package. The payroll-motivated deal signified that the days of fire sales weren’t quite over.
In the Los Angeles Angels, the Marlins would find a perfect candidate for a trade partner who could help them improve at two positions in return for starting pitching.
Miami Marlins might deal starting pitcher | Miami Herald
When it comes to hot trading commodities, the Marlins have what other teams desire most: young starting pitching. And odds are the Marlins will deal one or more of their young hurlers in order to acquire a young hitter of equal talent.
Marlins not looking to trade for short-term solutions | Sun-Sentinel
Fans looking to evaluate whether a player may be a good offseason trade acquisition for the Marlins should start with this number: Service time.
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Welcome back to the Greatest Moments in Marlins History. With 138 days until Opening Day let’s take a look at moment 138, which takes us back to March 23, 1992. Even though this is over a year before the Marlins play their first regular season game at Joe Robbie, something very significant happened this day.
With the GM meetings coming to a halt today in Orlando, Florida, teams have had a chance to lay groundwork for future moves to be made later this off-season. One team Miami Marlins fans should keep an eye on apparently is the Chicago Cubs.
The Miami Marlins have identified catcher as a position that they would like to improve on for the 2014 season and beyond. The Marlins have been scouring the free agent and trade market to find a viable solution.
Clayton Kershaw of the Los Angeles Dodgers was awarded the National League C.Y. Young award tonight. This marks the second time in his career that he has been given the award. At just 25 years old, Kershaw joins former Dodger pitcher and current MLB Hall of Famer Sandy Koufax as the only Dodger pitcher to win this prestigious award twice in his career.