Morning FishNation, and a Happy Post-Super Bowl Monday to you all. As you all know, this joyous holiday comes once a year to remind us that the time has come to dig in and celebrate the return of baseball; if you’re thinking it exists to remind us it’s time to actually start paying attention to basketball standings, then you’re probably in the wrong place. Check out Hoops Habit or All You Can Heat. Course as any good sports fan knows, there’s always time for more sports. So by all means, do both. But below is a sampling of stories that might help you quench that thirst for Miami Marlins news, as we wait for pitchers and catchers to report.
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Seems like some of those pesky Scott Boras issues could still be unresolved. Check out Scott’s take on why Miami might be unable to land one of the better free-agent SP options left in the team’s probable price range.
Official MLB beat writer Joe Frisaro gives his review of projected 2016 starting catcher J.T. Realmuto. And while we here at Marlin Maniac would rather you flock to our analysis on J.T., Mr. Frisaro does offer an excellent reason for why a certain less popular catcher is back with the club for 2016 as well.
Expect an article, or at least a poll, on this later in the week. But you read that right above, and the idea seems to center around a certain international legend currently on the club roster.