Annnnnd- weekend. We all know the Friday workday doesn’t count, so relax and enjoy. Take comfort in the fact that this is the last weekend you’ll be deprived of some semblance of organized baseball being played until October. Much like the dragons, baseball is coming.
So enjoy our last true Fish Flash of the week. This morning’s selection of Miami Marlins news includes a pair of player profiles on a pair of players with wildly divergent expectations for 2016, as well as a piece speculating on what shape the offense might take. Let’s dive in.
The Marlins seem to have big expectations for prospective super-utility man Miguel Rojas, and the young man seems more than poised to meet them according to the Miami Herald’s Clark Spencer. Worth a read, especially if you were only loosely following the Marlins by the time September rolled around last season.
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Joe Frisaro of MLB.com recaps a 2015 campaign that was very much a tale of two halves for the Miami Marlins star outfielder Christian Yelich. Marlins coaches, as well as Yelich himself, chime in on their hopes and goals for 2016.
There wasn’t a lot of ambiguity about what shape the batting order would take last season, as we had seen a good sample ofMike Redmond
‘s preferences, and knew thatDan Jennings
come up with, particularly when it comes to protecting his superstar slugger? That’s still being kept close to the vest; check the above link out for some early insight from Frisaro.