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Deported pitcher Octavio Arroyo hopes to be a Marlin soon

Octavio Arroyo

Octavio Arroyo was selected by the Miami Marlins with the 716th pick in the 2015 MLB draft. (Hayne Palmour IV/San Diego Union-Tribune) I love human interest stories about individuals who face adversity and still manage to persevere. The true life tale I’m about to tell could make folks shed a few tears, but I have to choose my words carefully. More...

by Steve Randel | Published 3 years ago

Mike Redmond
By Jed Rigney On Monday, May 18th, 2015

Mike Redmond made Marlins mad to the max

Mike Redmond’s brand of manager wizardry only cast negative spells on the Marlins. It’s a completely barren post-apocalyptic wasteland where few can find refuge in the seemingly endless struggle to survive. More...

By Jed Rigney On Monday, May 11th, 2015

3 ugly-early teams guaranteed to make playoffs

The Red Sox may be playing ugly baseball right now, but Jed believes they’ll still make the postseason, along with the Nationals and A’s. The first month of the baseball season is over, and I want to More...

Miami Marlins 2015 preview
By Jon Sumple On Sunday, April 5th, 2015

Miami Marlins 2015 preview: Committed to now and the future

Giancarlo Stanton is wealthy and wise. His back-ended contract assures the Marlins can compete now and in the future. The pundits never saw it coming. After months of talking heads suggesting Miami would be better More...

Jose Fernandez
By Steve Randel On Monday, December 29th, 2014

Marlins need healthy Jose Fernandez to be legit

Jose Fernandez is excited about getting back on the mound for the Miami Marlins. (Robert Duyos/Sun Sentinel) The whereabouts of Jose Fernandez, the Cuban second baseman, are still a mystery. He could be in Mexico More...

Giancarlo Stanton
By R. Lincoln Harris On Tuesday, November 18th, 2014

Giancarlo Stanton signing is ridiculous

Giancarlo Stanton will be swatting homers in Miami for at least another five years. (Steve Mitchell/USA TODAY Sports) Now that baseball season is over, I like to cut back on the number of posts I write for this More...

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