Unless something amazing happens, the Miami Marlins will not be facing Derek Jeter and the New York Yankees during the 2014 season or playoffs. The team will however have one final shot to see Jeter and the Yanks, for the “Legend Series” that will be played March 15-16 at Panama City’s Rod Carew Stadium.
Jeter announced earlier this week that 2014 would be his final MLB season. Baseball will be losing a living legend once Jeter hangs up his spikes. Since it is Spring Training, you can be sure to expect some of the younger Marlins taking every opportunity to show their respect to one of the greatest to ever play.
You can grab Marlins tickets here if you’re looking to try and see Jeter play one last time.
When is the right time to trade Giancarlo Stanton? | Fishstripes
The Miami Marlins are heading into an inevitable situation: they will have to trade Giancarlo Stanton at some point in the next two years. When is the right time to do this?
Fish Stripes 2014 Top Marlins Prospects: #9, Brent Keys | Fishstripes
Brent Keys earns his position as the Marlins ninth-best prospect, mainly because of his hitting ability, which all starts with his outstanding plate discipline.
Marlins have more of a veteran flavor entering spring | Marlins News
From the start of the offseason until days before Spring Training, the Marlins aggressively explored the market for potential upgrades.
Because they’re not counting on him to preserve leads in the ninth inning, the Marlins aren’t looking at unpredictable reliever Carlos Marmol as a high-risk gamble, a powder keg awaiting to erupt.
FSU OF Ben DeLuzio “was close” to signing with Miami Marlins | Orlando Sentinel
Freshman Ben DeLuzio is expected to start in centerfield for FSU in Friday’s season opener against Niagara (6 p.m., at Dick Howser Stadium).
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As we conclude our season preview of the Marlins pitching staff, we are happy to report that pitchers and catchers are only 3 days from being required to report to spring training.
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