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  • Marlins name Alvarez Opening Day starter

    Marlins name Alvarez Opening Day starter
    Manager Mike Redmond before Sunday's 11-7 loss to the Nationals announced right-hander Henderson Alvarez would start on Opening Day, Monday, April 6 at home versus the Braves.
  • Yelich signs 7-year, $49.57 million extension with Marlins

    Yelich signs 7-year, $49.57 million extension with Marlins
    A pragmatic approach made Miami Marlins left fielder Christian Yelich and his agent aware of what could or could not happen. The Marlins reached out to Yelich's agent in November about a contract extension. It was a bit of uncharted territory for a...

    Yelich, Marlins finalizing extension for seven years, $50 million

    Yelich, Marlins finalizing extension for seven years, $50 million
    The Marlins this offseason initiated conversations with several of their young players about multi-year extensions. Those discussions are about to yield an agreement. A source confirmed the club and Gold Glove-winning outfielder Christian Yelich are...

    Get this: Padres are the team to beat

    Get this: Padres are the team to beat
    Sorry to mess with your WPA+ and Rtot ratings, and whatever else you hold dear to your little sabermetric hearts this week, but the Padres are now the team to reckon with in the National League West. That’s right, the hard-to-watch Padres, the...

    Tynell Fortune fitting in well for Kutztown U. men's basketball team

    Scholarship dollars led Tynell Fortune to California (Pa.) when he finished playing basketball at Pocono Mountain West High School. His heart pulled him closer to home to finish his college career. After three years at California, Fortune decided he...