The Marlin will have a Miami legend and former great Dolphin quarterback, Dan Marino, throw out the ceremonial first pitch on Opening Day. It will be a huge moment for all Miami fans, to see a living legend throw out the first pitch for the team. You can grab Opening Day Marlins tickets from ScoreBig.
If Marcell Ozuna makes the Marlins Opening Day roster, he maybe confused about the fans applauding Marino, however.
We’ve seen NBA players wear masks before, but MLB players? Not exactly the most common scene, especially given baseball players have to wear hats and helmets as part of their wardrobe. But that didn’t stop Miami Marlins infielder Derek Dietrich who sported the plastic-like addition during Tuesday’s Spring Training game.
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Miami Heat owner Micky Arison has expressed some interest in purchasing the Miami Marlins. If he were able to, how could he help the Marlins following the ownership of Jeffrey Loria?
Jose Fernandez’s final tune-up before Opening Night turned out to be his roughest start of the spring. Yanked after throwing 98 pitches (58 for strikes) in only 4 2/3 innings, Fernandez gave up nine hits, five runs (four earned) before the Marlins rallied to beat the Cardinals 6-5 on Tuesday at Roger Dean Stadium.
Non-roster invitee Johnson earns spot in Miami | Marlins News
No guarantees didn’t discourage Reed Johnson in any way. Instead, the 37-year-old locked in, made the most of his opportunities and flat-out earned a roster spot with the Marlins.
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At this point I almost feel bad. It seems like every time Marlins president David Samson opens his mouth, something more ridiculous comes out. A few weeks after his reality show sequel went down in flames, Samson is again making headlines, this time on ESPN.
After sending Kyle Skipworth to the minor leagues yesterday, Juan Rodriguez of the Sun-Sentinel is reporting that the Marlins have made additional cuts today. There were a few notable names including Arquimedes Caminero, Chaz Roe, Carter Capps, and Ty Wigginton.
Welcome back to the Greatest Moments in Marlins History. 2006 was a very special year for me. I became a supervisor at my job, I got a brand new car, a new condo, and I would start dating the girl that would one day be my wife.
Even though today’s start was Jose Fernandez‘s last of the spring season, Fernandez’s expectations for himself were clearly in mid-season form. Jose labored through 4 and two/thirds of an inning on Tuesday afternoon, allowing 4 earned runs and nine hits with only three strikeouts.