TGIF Marlin Maniacs. Well, they’ve reported. We’re golden. With pitchers and catchers beginning workouts today, Spring Training has arrived.
Well, sort of, Frodo. To be fair, there’s still a couple weeks until Spring games start. But we’ll call it done. After all, ESPN will- the NFL Scouting Combine kicks off next week, which should cover us until March Madness gets into full swing. They’ll talk to you about baseball again in April.
Not to dampen your spirit dear readers. Just want to stress that Marlin Maniac should be your go to source for baseball going forward. And with that, to the Fish Flash. From the feel good bullpen article of the year to a more measured preview of what to watch for this Spring, we’ve got you covered.
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ESPN’s David Schoenfield certainly seems to think so. Based off of interesting numbers he uncovered during the course of writing his season preview, during which he even intimated he might have under ranked the Fightin Fish, the Marlins ‘pen could be on the verge of developing into the best in baseball.
If you were planning on tuning in to the immortal Dave Van Horne and the incomparable Glenn Geffner to follow that plethora of position battles this spring…you might be disappointed. The Herald’s Clark Spencer breaks down thew few spots that are up for grabs, all of which are pitchers.
While this site will never be a political soapbox, going missing man formation in remembrance of one of America’s most celebrated writers. Back to a full baseball load tomorrow.