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  1. The 2020 Miami Marlins are coming in with a bit of a different look than the 2019 team. One of the areas that will be most noticeably contrasting from the team of last year is the bullpen, which was the worst in all of Major League Baseball (the only bullpen to have a negative Fangraphs WAR, sitting at a rather unpleasant -2.2). That bullpen also produced the third worst walk rate in the league, with their 4.37 BB/9 trailing only the Pittsburgh Pirates (also 4.37 but in more innings) and Boston Red Sox (4.38), as well as an abysmal ground ball rate at only 37.3% as a whole. With th
  2. Hey I wrote this as part one of a five-part series profiling the "Top 50 Marlins," in terms of WAR (offensive, defensive, and pitching WAR, combined, even for pitchers). I welcome any feedback. If you don't wanna click on through, here's the crib-notes version: 50. Omar Infante 49. Livan Hernandez 48. Devon White 47. Ivan Rodriguez 46. Al Leiter 45. Derek Dietrich 44. Chris Hammond 43. Steve Cishek 42. Robb Nen 41. Edgar Renteria ...and the full version: https://marlinmaniac.com/2019/12/06/marlins-top-50-players/ I'll be posting another part over on Marlin Maniac every Fr
  3. https://www.thescore.com/mlb/news/1714352 The latest phase of the Miami Marlins' rebuild is complete after the team tradedAll-Star catcher J.T. Realmuto to the Philadelphia Phillies. Now, all eyes in south Florida are on the future. Despite the ongoing teardown that began during the 2017-18 offseason when the Marlins dealt Giancarlo Stanton, Christian Yelich, Marcell Ozuna, and Dee Gordon, the club's president of baseball operations, Michael Hill, doesn't think the 2019 season is a total write-off. “I would tell our fans to just give us a chance," Hill said, according to Tim Reynolds
  4. [MEDIA=twitter]1067057889494343681[/MEDIA] "The Loria Marlins negotiated worst active local television contact in all of Major League Baseball. The Marlins currently attain around $20 million annually from FOX Sports Florida. Consider that the Rays, a few miles up north, are around $80 million under the terms of their new deal, and even that is slightly below the MLB average. That difference is a massive competitive disadvantage. Expect the Marlins to secure a brighter future over the next two years, when a competent business leader, Chip Bowers, works towards finalizing the next dea
  5. Pretty sure this is what [uSER=14703]@Bald Eagle[/uSER] wanted to do C - CJ 1B - Derek Lee 2B - Castillo 3B - Lowell SS - Hanley OF - Sheffield OF - Cabrera OF - Conine SP - JJ SP - Brown SP - Livan SP - Beckett SP - Leiter BP - Benitez MNG - Edwin
  6. Marlins debuting new podcasts every morning on iTunes. Cool stuff.
  7. Marlins at Nationals, 4:05 PM I'll be at work so I won't be able to suffer through this game. Whatever. Win one for ... fuck, IDK, [uSER=860]@el penguino[/uSER]. I don't give a shit.
  8. Ok go. Enjoy this trainwreck that is your baseball team. though the reality is (go marlins, since it helps my cardinals)
  9. "I like the Marlins but without Fernandez with them from day one, they're not ready to be a playoff team." "The Nationals are the only team in this league guaranteed to win a division; everything else is up for grabs." What is this guy smoking, other than the ESPN pipe? Way to completely ignore everything we added and just hang the season on one month without Jose.
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