The Marlins outrighted the following players Monday: pitchers Kevin Slowey, Jose Ceda, Steven Ames and Zach Phillips, catcher Koyie Hill, first baseman Joe Mahoney and infielder Gil Velazquez . Each of the players played some portion of the 2013 season with the Marlins, except for Ceda, who continued to recover from Tommy John surgery.
Marlins first baseman Joe Mahoney has been outrighted to Triple-A New Orleans. He'll compete for a job in spring training next season. Mahoney, 26, was given an opportunity to win the starting first base job this year, but a hamstring injury put an end to that. He played in nine games for the Marlins and hit .276 with a homer and four RBI over 29 at-bats.
Marlins first baseman Joe Mahoney has been activated from the disabled list, and will be sent to Triple-A New Orleans. Mahoney has been out with hamstring soreness, and was set to return Monday. With the team getting Logan Morrison back Sunday, there was no spot for Mahoney on the roster. He was hitting .276/.276/.414 in 29 at-bats this year.
Marlins first baseman Joe Mahoney had his rehab game for Class A Jupiter rained out for the second straight day Friday. Manager Mike Redmond told reporters Friday that Mahoney could return as early as Monday. He has one hit in his first seven at-bats in rehab.
Marlins first baseman Joe Mahoney played the first seven innings Tuesday for Class A Jupiter, his first game since restarting his rehab assignment. Mahoney went 1 for 3, his first action since shutting his earlier rehab assignment down with continued soreness in his hamstring.