Bullpens can be scary business -- always unpredictable and often volatile. Our Nando Di Fino breaks down five reliever corps you need to keep an eye on for potential save opportunties down the road.
What do the bullpens in the American League look like right now and going forward? Our Nando Di Fino speculates on future save opportunities and much more in his latest Bullpen Report.
The Phillies' Roy Halladay pitched eight efficient innings against a makeshift Marlins lineup, and a scout who had been worried about him saw real improvement.
Looking to take a flier on a reliever who might be in line for saves if everything breaks right? Our Nando DI Fino helps those in need in his latest Bullpen Report.
As club president Larry Beinfest said, 'there are likes.' It's just that many of them, after the emerging superstar Giancarlo Stanton, are future likes.
Star slugger Giancarlo Stanton says he isn't going to let bad feelings 'linger' but it remains to be seen what the rest of South Florida will think of the Marlins' redone team of kids and question marks.
The Marlins enter the spring in a totally contrasting situation to where they were last spring. Gone is almost the entire payroll after a franchise-altering trade with the Blue Jays. Outspoken Ozzie Guillen has been removed as manager and replaced by quietly confident Mike Redmond. As a whole, the Marlins will be looking to be as surprising in 2013 as they were disappointing in 2012.
The Marlins announced Tuesday that they signed reliever Jon Rauch to a one-year deal. The organization had apparently placed emphasis on adding a reliever with closing experience to the bullpen mix.

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