Jupiter, FL - Jose Ureña and Caleb Smith made their final spring training appearances as the Miami Marlins were blanked by the Houston Astros 5-0 Saturday night at Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium. Seen as a tuneup before Opening Day for Ureña, Smith's last chance to make a case to be
Jupiter, FL - After a very rocky start, the Miami Marlins overcame a deep 6-run hole and powered past the New York Mets 11-6 on an overcast and rainy Saturday afternoon at Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium. Sandy Alcantara (0-1, 4.70 ERA) was tattooed for six runs in just over three innings
Jupiter, FL- Peter O'Brien played like an All-Star Sunday afternoon, powering the Marlins to their third straight win, beating the Atlanta Braves 5-2 at Roger Dean Stadium. After a very slow start in spring training, O'Brien hammered his first home run to break the deadlock in the fifth, a two-out grand slam to
Jupiter, FL - The Miami Marlins' spring training got off to a very rocky start, losing 11-1 to the St. Louis Cardinals Saturday afternoon at Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium. Sandy Alcantara received the honor of opening the 2019 Grapefruit League schedule, squaring off against fellow righty Miles Mikolas.
Alcantara had a
Hey gang, hope you had a great labor day weekend filled with food, fun, the beach maybe and of course baseball. College football is now in session but don’t tell UM that. They’re wishing that LSU game didn’t count. Hurricane woes aside, in this episode I’ll go over the latest
Rumor has it the Marlins caused a stir at the Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport. Something about several players being literally carried into the plane due to their unwillingness to leave because of their recent hitting streaks. Joking aside, the team must have wanted more games against the Nationals after
A bad losing streak, a 4-game sweep, two sudden injuries and a player suspended. Sounds like another day in paradise. We did witness another MLB hopeful live out their dream, so there’s that. Hold your nose.
The Mets came to town with both teams eying the future. The offense remained in
Holy cow! Personally, I always found it generally difficult to sweep a team in professional sports. It ain’t easy in baseball, even at the collegiate level. When you’re the one busting out the brooms it’s a great feeling, but conversely it really hurts and can set a team back. For
Well that could’ve gone better. The latest slate of games were a mixed bag, revealing our usual weaknesses although one amazing thing did come of it. More on that in a bit, for now, we’ll recap our recent performances (Or lack thereof) and the two trades we conducted. Off we
Hey fellas, it’s that time of year again. The rumor mill furiously churns as teams look for that potential missing piece in the pursuit of their playoff hopes and championship dreams. For others, it's more getting the most bang for their buck. For the Marlins, its business as usual until