It’s almost time for the Hot Stove to start cooking soon. Thanksgiving has passed and we are almost at the annual Winter Meetings. This means we could be hearing more Logan Morrison rumors, more interest from the Marlins end in free agents, and the of course the ever so annoying Giancarlo Stanton rumors.
We are Marlin Maniac will make it our goal to make sure we have each and every rumor out there covered from every angle, to keep you guys up-to-date on any potential Marlins deal.
For now, check out the latest Marlins news from around the web:
It was obvious that Mark Ellis’s time with the Los Angeles Dodgers was up when they signed Cuban infielder Alexander Guerrero.
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Let me preface that I’m not excited that I landed this sh*t-show but at least 4 guys from the Marlins instill excitement in me:
The Miami Marlins are bargain shopping this season for deals, and what better time to consider the bargains available than on Black Friday. Here are five free agent names that should not cost much.
Last week, several reports indicated that several teams have contacted the Marlins with regard to Logan Morrison. Since his productivity has dramatically decreased, Miami should at least listen to the incoming offers.
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I hope that everyone thoroughly enjoyed their Thanksgiving. Today we are going to jump right back into our analysis of the Marlins and look at the likelihood of more pitchers potentially signing with the Miami Marlins. If you missed our first part of the analysis click here to get caught up.
Welcome back to The Greatest Moments in Marlins History. Today we are still taking a look at 1998 for moment 122.
The Marlins short 20 year history have been marked by incredible success and soul crushing disappointment often in close succession, 97-98, 03-05, 11-12. The Marlins have won two World Series but they never have had a history of outstanding success in the free agent market but they have been able to trade and draft their way to incredible success.
There has been some talk lately regarding the Boston Red Sox and Miami Marlins as potential trade partners. Various names have been thrown around, including a trade involving Will Middlebrooks and possibly Logan Morrison. Peter Gammons is reporting today that it might be a different Red Sox third baseman that the Marlins are targeting.