The Marlins were a bit of a punchline in 2013. Will 2014 bring respectability?
Miami, coming off a 100-loss season, will try to acquire bats to surround star Giancarlo Stanton.
Plenty of relief pitchers drawing interest from owners with the trade deadline approaching. Our Nando Di Fino helps you prioritize your waiver claims.
It's grading the weekday series, where we grade things. Included in this edition: Indians, Marlins, Royals, Blue Jays, Diamondbacks.
After three requests for his release, Marlins third-string catcher Miguel Olivo has walked out on the team and been placed on the restricted list. He can't sign elsewhere.
An injury to Jeff Mathis has prompted the Marlins to search for depth at the catcher position.
With news on Derek Jeter, Felix Hernandez, John Lackey, Mike Napoli, Rafael Furcal and others.
The start of spring training was not kind to Marlins catcher Jeff Mathis, as he'll miss the next six weeks or so after breaking his collarbone Saturday.
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.
As our 'Core Values' series continues, it's time to check in on the polarizing franchise that puts its talents on display in South Beach. Yes, we're here to discuss the Miami Marlins.

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