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  • Marlins head to Winter Meetings looking for rotation stabilizer, bat

    Marlins head to Winter Meetings looking for rotation stabilizer, bat
    Before leading the Marlins' contingent to San Diego, where the Winter Meetings open Monday, President of Baseball Operations Michael Hill reiterated the organizational goal: "Improve upon our 77 wins. Every meeting, every phone call will be with that in...
  • Marlins not in rush on deals for Fernandez, Yelich, others

    Marlins not in rush on deals for Fernandez, Yelich, others
    The record-breaking contract consummated with Giancarlo Stanton signaled a dramatic shift for the Miami Marlins as they ensured yet another home-grown star would not move on before he became too expensive to keep. Further indication has come since...
  • Marlins face challenge in hitting upgrade; A's Moss goes early

    Marlins face challenge in hitting upgrade; A's Moss goes early
    Going into last year’s Winter Meetings, the Miami Marlins had already spent $30 million on three free agents. The Marlins have made the most eye-opening signing of this offseason so far in ensuring Giancarlo Stanton remains in Miami with a...
  • Morse, Gordon on Marlins' radar as club aims to deal

    Morse, Gordon on Marlins' radar as club aims to deal
    After talking to numerous teams and player agents Tuesday, Miami Marlins officials were prepared to work deep into the night in hope of completing one or more deals aimed at turning the club into a playoff contender. The Marlins contingent came to the...
  • Stanton back to work; Marlins unconcerned about slugger's health

    Stanton back to work; Marlins unconcerned about slugger's health
    The issue remaining in the wake of the Giancarlo Stanton signing is how the Marlins slugger will bounce back from the beaning that ended his 2014 season. The day Stanton signed the record 13-year, $325 million deal, Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria said...
  • Marlins acquire Crow from Royals for two minor leaguers

    Marlins acquire Crow from Royals for two minor leaguers
    Much of the offseason speculation surrounding the Marlins since they gave Giancarlo Stanton his $325 million extension has been about adding offense around him. Friday, they traded for another arm. The Marlins acquired right-hander Aaron Crow from the...
  • Marlins eager to sign Stanton to long-term deal

    Marlins eager to sign Stanton to long-term deal
    The Miami Marlins are ready to aggressively pursue a multi-year contract for their most valuable commodity, slugger Giancarlo Stanton, with the hope of finalizing a deal over the next month. Asked about the possibility of an announcement by the Winter...
  • Marlins' Stanton wins first Silver Slugger award

    The accolades are piling up for Giancarlo Stanton's superlative 2014 season. The Miami Marlins' right fielder was awarded his first Silver Slugger award Thursday, on the heels of receiving the Players Choice Award as the National League's Outstanding...
  • Stanton's monster season may not be enough for MVP award

    Stanton's monster season may not be enough for MVP award
    How valuable Giancarlo Stanton was to the Miami Marlins last season was illuminated by what happened when they didn't have him. After a fastball to the face removed the slugging right fielder from the lineup on Sept. 11, the Marlins sputtered to a 6-...
  • Next goal for Marlins: 'That next 10 wins'

    Next goal for Marlins: 'That next 10 wins'
    The magic number in the National League this season was 88. That's the victory total the wild card-winning Giants and Pirates reached to qualify for the playoffs. The Marlins won 77 games, 15 more than they did in 2013. A similar improvement next season...
  • 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...