Miami Marlins Fish Flash 3/23
Morning Marlin Maniacs. Hump Day is here, so by all means begin working for the weekend. Another weekend of March Madness
approaches, as does the last weekend without
real, the stats count so set your fantasy rosters, honest to goodness professional baseball.
But to help you while away the hours until then, your Miami Marlins Fish Flash is here to cue you in on some of the big stories worth following in respect to your favorite ballclub. From a nod towards the interesting fusion of politics and sports rocking the airwaves this week to the latest round of cuts in Jupiter, we’ve got you covered. Let’s dive in.
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Jose Takes Mound To Address Cuba Exhibition
Andre Fernandez of the Miami Herald starts us off with a detailed interview with certainly the Miami Marlins, and perhaps all of baseball’s, most prominent Cuban player in Jose Fernandez. Worth a read, not to mention some due reflection.
Nicolino Headlines Interesting Collection of Cuts
Joe Frisaro dropped his latest dose of Miami Marlins knowledge on fans yesterday with the latest round of roster moves the team made in preparation of the fast approaching season. That Justin Nicolino found himself amongst those who found that dreaded red tag in their locker Tuesday might not to especially surprising given the dominant springs of Adam Conley and Jarred Cosart, a couple of the other names might leave you scratching your head.
Jeff Mathis- Not Just A Pretty Face
Ok, maybe by pretty face, I meant “affordable backup backstop that will accept menial wages, thereby being a perfect fit for a cash strapped franchise.” But let’s be honest. At some point over the last two seasons, you’ve asked yourself why Jeff Mathis exists. Watching footage of his at-bats could be one of the Feats of Strength next time Festivus roles around. However, according to Lyle Spencer of MLB.com, we’re all missing the big picture. And to be even more honest, after reading this, he’s probably right.