Friday, January 28, 2011

 

More Info From Pinto

David Pinto looks at the last 3 years' worth of games and notices some differences between the Marlins at home and the Marlins on the road. (baseballanalytics)

Thursday, January 27, 2011

 

Vacation From Sun Life

The Marlins get to practice being home team at a retractable-roofed stadium this year.

Because the band U2 needs at least 4 days to prepare for their June 29 concert across the street from the northernmost WalMart in Miami-Dade County, the Fish will begin a West Coast road trip early and pretend to be the NL hosts of an interleague series against the Seattle Mariners in Safeco Field on June 24-26.

There was precedence for this last year, so the Marlins aren't being uniquely singled out.

Samson calls playing in Seattle "the best and only solution" (but if it's the 'best' solution, it couldn't have been the only one).

Google Maps says it'll take Billy the Marlin 2 days and 6 hours to go from Miami to Seattle by car (geez, it takes me 2 days to just get out of Florida).

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

 

Agreement

The Marlins sign all their arbitration-eligible players. (miamiherald)

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

 

News and Views

Four guys get minor league contracts from the Fish.

This upcoming season the Marlins will be able to get to bed early on Sunday nights, thanks to ESPN.

Gabriel Smith, and Michael Jong of 'Marlin Maniac', take a look at the 2011 team (as it stands now).

Additionally, the Maniac wonders if the 2010 bullpen was really as bad as its reputation, and sees some projected improvement for 2011.

Gregory Pinto attempts to cover all the angles in support of his contention that the Marlins should trade Josh Johnson now.

FORMER-FISH-REPORT: Will's with the White Sox, Taylor's with the Mets and Trevor retires.

Thursday, January 06, 2011

 

Happenings and Yappings

LoMo's Camp For a Cure is this weekend. (palmbeachpost)

Satchel Price discusses the Marlins' 3rd-base situation. (beyondtheboxscore)

Juan C. Rodriguez peruses some Marlins talk. (sun-sentinel)

Some aerial shots of the new stadium. (foxsportsflorida)

Mermaid-Manatee tryouts - Jan. 23, 11:00 am, at the Center for the Performing Arsht. (sun-sentinel)

 

Happy Birthday, Charlie!

The Fish's first pitcher turned 63 yesterday. Alex Remington reviews his career. (Yahoo)

Monday, January 03, 2011

 

Some Recent Stories Having Something To Do With The Marlins

Freshly-Former-Fish Hector Luna signs with Boston. (weei)

Greg Norton returns as the Zephyrs' manager. (minorleaguebaseball)

The Marlins' Org. Pitcher of the Year will be at Jamestown for the Jammers' Hot Stove Banquet. (post-journal)

(FIXED DATE) When 2012 rolls around, and you enter one of the corporately-named quadrants of the corporately-named new Marlins stadium, you may not only see the Marlins in their new uniforms, but also football, soccer, "home shows, boat shows, trade shows, baseball tournaments, college baseball tournaments and concerts" (that is, unless a few hurricanes put everything on hold). (mlb)

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