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  • Marlins de Miami reciben a los Bravos el lunes en arranque de la temporada en Miami

    Marlins de Miami reciben a los Bravos el lunes en arranque de la temporada en Miami
    Los Marlins de Miami, cuya masiva renovación de personal los ha convertido en serios aspirantes al título de campeones de la Liga Nacional, reciben este lunes a los Bravos de Atlanta en el arranque de la temporada 2015 del béisbol de Grandes Ligas.
  • Miami Marlins' spending spree extends to all facets of the team

    Steve Cishek has no intention of ditching his traditional meal before every Marlins game: a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. But ask the tall bullpen ace what he thinks about the team's new culinary creations, or the new creature-comfort plane that will...

    Marlins agree with Cishek, three other arbitration-eligible players

    Marlins agree with Cishek, three other arbitration-eligible players
    The Miami Marlins came to terms with four of their seven arbitration-eligible players before Friday's deadline to exchange figures. The remaining three – left-hander Mike Dunn and right-handers Mat Latos and David Phelps – will let arbiters...

    Marlins offer contracts to McGehee, five other arbitration eligibles

    Marlins offer contracts to McGehee, five other arbitration eligibles
    As expected, the Marlins offered contracts to all of their remaining 35 unsigned players on their 40-man roster, including six eligible for salary arbitration. Right-handers Nathan Eovaldi, Henderson Alvarez, Aaron Crow and Steve Cishek, left-hander...

    Marlins: What went right, what didn't, and what's next?

    Marlins: What went right, what didn't, and what's next?
    The Marlins are not playing into October, which in the eyes of every front office constitutes failure. Yet President of Baseball Operations Michael Hill can take solace in that the team got better — a lot better. After losing 100 games in 2013...