An early look at how the Marlins might address their roster needs next month by selecting prospects left unprotected by other organizations.
by: Kevin Kraczkowski — Fansided: Marlin Maniac 30m
Throughout the 2018/2019 offseason, Marlin Maniac will devote one article each for every player who appeared in the Miami Marlins system for the 2018 seaso...
by: N/A — MLB: Marlins 2h
MIAMI -- The holiday season is set to begin, and the Marlins have already embraced the spirit of giving. Last Friday, team executives and employees assisted in the Marlins' annual turkey distribution at Marlins Park. On Monday, club officials made a...
by: Buster Olney — ESPN 4h
The Washington Nationals just signed catcher Kurt Suzuki -- but they wanted J.T. Realmuto. Miami needs to make a move before there are no more suitors left.
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by: foxsports — Fox Sports 15h
The Miami Marlins have designated infielder-outfielder Derek Dietrich for assignment, opening a spot for one of seven minor leaguers who were added Tuesday.
by: AP — Fox Sports 15h
The Miami Marlins have designated for assignment infielder-outfielder Derek Dietrich, who had been with the team since 2013
by: The Associated Press — Yahoo Sports 16h
MIAMI (AP) -- The Miami Marlins have designated for assignment infielder-outfielder Derek Dietrich, who had been with the team since 2013.
by: Wells Dusenbury — Sun-Sentinel 16h
Veteran outfielder Derek Dietrich was designated for assignment by the Miami Marlins on Tuesday night. The 29 year old was the longest tenured player on the team. Miami also acquired Minnesota Twins minor league pitcher Nick Anderson in a trade for Brian.
by: N/A — MLB: Marlins 17h
MIAMI -- The Marlins continued their roster shuffling on Tuesday night by acquiring right-hander Nick Anderson from the Twins in a Minor League deal for third baseman Brian Schales. To make roster room for Anderson, the Marlins parted with their longest..
by: J.J. Cooper — Baseball America 17h
In total, 27 percent of eligible first round picks from the 2014/2015 drafts were unprotected and can be taken in the 2018 Rule 5 Draft.