Feb 25, 2014; Jupiter, FL, USA; Miami Marlins right fielder Giancarlo Stanton (27) poses during media day at Roger Dean Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brad Barr-USA TODAY Sports

Marlins Way: Grapefruit League Play to Kick Off for Miami Marlins


Jose Fernandez and the Miami Marlins will make their Grapefruit League debut for the 2014 season on Friday. They will square off with the St. Louis Cardinals. We will have our game preview up shortly before game time.

While Spring Trainings records and numbers are never a good sign of how the season will go, getting off to a fast start in the spring never hurts.

New season, same approach for Fernandez | Marlins News

The season may have changed, but Jose Fernandez is planning on keeping things basically the same. Why fix something that isn’t broken?

Fox Sports Florida to televise 150 games | Marlins News

Fox Sports Florida is scheduled to televise 150 Marlins games, the team announced Thursday. Before Opening Day on March 31 against the Rockies at Marlins Park, Fox Sports Florida will also broadcast five Spring Training games.

Dietrich looking ahead as Marlins determine best infield spot | Sun-Sentinel

Tough to fault Derek Dietrich for not wanting to re-hash certain parts of his 2013 rookie season. He was a protagonist in a clubhouse culture fiasco that ultimately cost first-year hitting coach Tino Martinez his job.

Marlins notes: The house that Giancarlo built? | Sun-Sentinel

Just call it the house that Giancarlo built. Giancarlo Stanton’s alma mater, Notre Dame High School in Sherman Oaks, Calif., is building a state-of-the-art baseball facility that would put many college and minor league parks to shame.

Predicting Miami Marlins’ 2014 Starting Rotation | Rant Sports

The struggles for the Miami Marlins were evident in 2013. The Marlins finished the year with a dismal record of 62-100, good enough for dead last in a subpar NL East.

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MLB Spring Training: Brad Hand Favorite to Win Rotation Spot?

The Miami Marlins are coming into Spring Training with most of their roster all set, save for two or three positions. One of the roles that the Marlins will have an open competition at is the fifth and last starting rotation spot.

3 Big Offensive Questions for the Marlins in 2014

With the start of spring training, teams all over the Major Leagues are in the final stages of building the rosters that they think will take them to October and beyond. That may well be the case in Boston, Detroit, St. Louis and in Los Angeles, but in Miami things are different.

Marlins Game Preview: 2/27/14 Exhibition Vs. FIU

Today we will preview the Miami Marlins second exhibition game on their spring training schedule, the Golden Eagles of FIU. Florida Internationl University is off to a good 2014, and they are being led by one of the top catchers in the game, Aramis Garcia. FIU has posted a 9-0 record and is currently gearing up for conference play in Conference USA.

Greatest Moments in Marlins History: #32 Miami’s First Win

Welcome back to the Greatest Moments in Marlins History. You always hear it in interviews, the goal of any team is to win games.

Miami Marlins Season Preview: Worst Case Scenario for Garrett Jones

Earlier today, we took a look at the best case scenario for the upcoming season for the Miami Marlins new first baseman, Garrett Jones. Even the most optimistic of projections didn’t paint a great picture on what we should expect from Jones in the coming season.

Nicolino’s Spring Debut Doesn’t Go Well, But…

Justin Nicolino got pulled after just 49 pitches today at Roger Dean stadium, when the 6’3” lefty couldn’t ring up the third out of his scheduled second of two innings.  Manager Mike Redmond put the hook around his neck after he gave up five runs in 1 2/3 innings.

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