Miami Marlins Fish Flash 2/22
Merry Monday Marlin Maniacs. The club wrapped up their annual FanFest this weekend, an event that offered pitchers and catchers a brief reprise from their first full weekend of workouts. Position players get in on the action Tuesday, an event that will not fail to receive a good deal of fanfare from our staff. Diving into our Fish Flash, you’ll find an offering of weekend stories worth reading up on that range from a profile of Miami’s new pitching guru to a couple of Marlins who have renounced the ol’ Prince Fielder diet in hopes of a strong 2016.
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Fox Sports’ Ken Rosenthal dug up an impressive amount of skinny on the Miami Marlins new vice president of pitching development this weekend. I won’t lie, after reading this article, you can’t help but feel much more excited than previously thought possible about watching the Edwin Jacksons and Jarred Cosarts on the roster get their work in this spring.
At least that’s the hope for Justin Bour and Marcell Ozuna, according to the Miami Herald’s Clark Spencer. Also, I was really proud of that teaser title- usually takes me until May to round into full horrible baseball pun making form.
Last up, MLB.com’s Joe Frisaro recently had a chat with Giancarlo Stanton. The slugger offers up his thoughts on a new crop of coaches coming in, and fills fans in on where he stands health wise. Keep an eye out for his thoughts on chemistry and past hurdles faced by the team in particular, as they seem suggestive of some-albeit understandable- frustration.