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  1. Would do a Benitez for Mitre and another lower level prospect with SF eating up half of his contract? ...just a thought
  2. JACKSON - The Florida Marlins made Chris Coghlan the first player from a Mississippi school taken in the baseball draft, selecting the Ole Miss third baseman Tuesday with the 36th overall selection in the supplemental first round. Coghlan, who is hitting a team-best .349, says his attention is on Ole Miss' upcoming best-of-three super regional series against Miami, and, possibly, its first trip to the College World Series since 1972. the game will be on ESPN2 on Sat at 6pm Coghlan Named To Wallace Award Preseason Watch List Award Honors College Baseball Player Of The Year Nov.
  3. Brett Sinkbeil is a lifelong St. Louis Cardinals fan and had a chance to sign with the team as a 38th-round draft choice out of high school. "It was tempting, but I thought I needed three more years of experience to be ready for the next jump," Sinkbeil said. "That's why I decided to go to Missouri State." Three years later, it's clear that Sinkbeil made the right decision. Even if the Cardinals won't have a chance to draft him again. Missouri State's junior right-handed pitcher from Sand Springs, Okla., is expected to be selected in the first round of Tuesday's draft, probably no later
  4. Give me Drabek or Marrero
  5. Kazmir was considered by some to be the best high school pitching prospect that season, but signability questions scared off several teams. Kazmir was still on the board when the Marlins were set to make the 11th overall pick."We had a big Kazmir/[Jeremy] Hermida debate in the room," Marlins scouting director Stan Meek said earlier this year. "I know Kazmir is not a real big size guy, but I thought he was kind of a freak. And it turns out we might be right on that one because he's pitching very well for Tampa Bay." http://www.sun-sentinel.com/sports/basebal...-sports-marlins As some
  6. If the Marlins do decide to trade Willis (not saying thats a good thing), then I would hope any deal would include a young catcher. A deal with the dodgers would be my preference. Russ Martin is playing well as the backup catcher there, he was no.42 in BA's top 100 prospect list this spring. The Dodgers have a bunch of other good prospects to add too, guys like Broxton who are major league ready. :thumbup
  7. for the organization to realize Reggie, Eric, Matt Cepicky and Chris Agulia are not cut out to start in the OF Yes I know I'm stating the obvious, but what can be done about it right now? A trade? its hard right now with organizations still evaluating there talent, and you'll more than likely have to overpay. Someone from the minors? Jose Campusano? I would think thats the best opition. He's bat appears to be ready, but he's defense could be a concern at home. Something has to be done
  8. its gone in the 7th George Kottaras singles on a ground ball to center fielder Jose Campusano. Oh man Ed...I can't believe you posted this... :banghead No-no's gone.... :mad
  9. Ben Julianel is through 6IN score is 0-0
  10. Congrats Admin its well deserved you were there for those fans who had nowhere to go to talk FISH I believe I speak for all fish fans THANK YOU
  11. Same old same old from the same old band of provacateurs. Half the story built on half-truths and BS. When a piece like this is published you can count on the same people to make the same comments over and over. I guess the idea is if you repeat a falsehood enough times sooner or later the gullible will believe it. agree well said :thumbup
  12. With spring training wrapping up, three veteran scouts who have seen the Marlins a lot this spring were asked for impressions on the young players. Here's some feedback, granted on condition they not be identified: ? Hanley Ramirez, expected to bat leadoff, is the position player who has most impressed them. ''He looks terrific,'' one AL scout said. ``He's got power and may be more of a fifth- or sixth-place hitter eventually. [At 6-3], he may outgrow shortstop eventually and end up in the outfield. If he plays like he did this spring, their left side of the infield [Ramirez and Miguel Cabr
  13. Andino is stubborn and immature, he has only to blame but himself. From AFL thing where the organization was really upset over, to him being stubborn about making changes to his swing. Andre Dawson has tried to work with the kid but he's hard-headed. JMO I feel the organization is teaching the kid a lesson. They could have easily moved him over the 2B earlier in camp. Everbody knew if Hanley showed anything in camp the SS was his, you just don't trade a Beckett for a kid who's going to play in minors. The organization wants the kid to grow-up and not expect things to be given to you and I agre
  14. What should the Marlins do at 2B? I would like to see Andino get the job, seeing its likely now that Han-Ram will be our SS. Why Andino b/c I want to see him up with the big club and not down in the minors. Andino as of right now will be sent down to AAA to get a bats. Uggla will be the starter at 2B as of right now, but I'd put him on the bench and start Andino. JMO Starting 5? Willis, Vargas, Olsen, Johnson, and.....Ricky Nolasco. Yes Ricky Nolasco the kid deserves it. Moehler didn't lose it. Its just if your going to go with a youth movement then Ricky deserve to start. Hey if Olse
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