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Stanton opens up about contract in Network special

Stanton opens up about contract in Network special

MLB.com Updated 7 hours ago
Just a few months away from beginning the first year of his record-breaking $325 million contract, Stanton joined MLB Network for a special feature Tuesday evening -- "The Offseason: Hope in Chicago and Miami" -- to discuss the Marlins' offsea…
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  • Ichiro, Marlins finalize 1-year deal

    Ichiro, Marlins finalize 1-year deal

    MLB.com 10 hours ago
    The Marlins on Tuesday night announced the signing of free-agent outfielder Ichiro Suzuki to a one-year contract. Ichiro, who will wear No. 51, is the first Japanese-born player in franchise history.
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  • AP Source: Marlins, Suzuki Agree to $2 Million Deal

    AP Source: Marlins, Suzuki Agree to $2 Million Deal

    nytimes.com yahoo.com ESPN.com MLB.com Jan 23 (5 days ago)
    Ichiro Suzuki has decided to play for the Miami Marlins.
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  • Marlins built to give Nationals run for their money

    Marlins built to give Nationals run for their money

    MLB.com Jan 22 (6 days ago)
    Despite all the brilliant analysis, there's this one pesky thing called a 162-game schedule. It's a great thing, too, as it determines -- for real, and once and for all -- who are the best teams. So go ahead, prematurely coronate the Nationals if you wa…
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  • Marlins set to carry 65 players into camp

    Marlins set to carry 65 players into camp

    MLB.com Jan 21 (7 days ago)
    The Marlins have invited 25 non-roster players to Major League Spring Training, including 15 players signed to Minor League deals. As of Wednesday afternoon, Miami will carry 65 players into Spring Training at Roger Dean Stadium in Jupiter, Fla.
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  • Spring competition likely to decide Marlins' fifth starter

    Spring competition likely to decide Marlins' fifth starter

    MLB.com Jan 20
    The Nationals landing Max Scherzer for a reported seven-year, $210 million contract has certainly gained the Marlins' attention. While the Scherzer deal gives Washington a super rotation, Miami isn't planning on making a serious counter attack by either…
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  • Focused on '15, Cishek excited about Marlins' direction

    Focused on '15, Cishek excited about Marlins' direction

    MLB.com Jan 19
    Marlins closer Steve Cishek shares the organization's vision, and he remains hopeful to be part of its long-range plans. For now, the 28-year-old is focused solely on 2015 and doing his part to help the team reach the playoffs.
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  • Marlins, Kelly reportedly reach Minor League deal

    Marlins, Kelly reportedly reach Minor League deal

    MLB.com Jan 18
    Former Tiger Don Kelly has agreed to a Minor League contract with the Miami Marlins, according to multiple reports.
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  • Marlins open to two-year deal with Ichiro

    Marlins open to two-year deal with Ichiro

    MLB.com Jan 18
    The Marlins have intensified talks with 10-time All-Star outfielder Ichiro Suzuki and are open to a possible two-year deal, MLB.com has learned.
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  • Speedy Gordon gives Marlins dynamic lineup

    Speedy Gordon gives Marlins dynamic lineup

    MLB.com Jan 14
    According to Mat Latos, one of the new additions to Miami's rotation, speedy Dee Gordon is the player who can create the most havoc in the Marlins' lineup.
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  • Marlins sign righty Masset to Minor League deal

    Marlins sign righty Masset to Minor League deal

    MLB.com Jan 14
    Reliever Nick Masset, who appeared in 51 games with the Rockies last season, signed a Minor League contract with the Marlins on Wednesday that includes an invitation to Spring Training.
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  • Dan Haren reportedly plans to attend Marlins spring training

    Dan Haren reportedly plans to attend Marlins spring training

    Who would have figured one of the oddest stories of the baseball offseason would be determining where Dan Haren would pitch in 2015? The latest in the I'll-retire-before-pitching-in-Miami saga: Haren will reportedly attend Marlins' spring training. He d…
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  • Marlins' non-roster invitees could find roles

    Marlins' non-roster invitees could find roles

    MLB.com Jan 8
    The Marlins do have some players not on the 40-man roster who could surprise in Spring Training and contribute at some point in the regular season. Here are five non-roster invitees worth watching when pitchers and catchers begin workouts on Feb. 20.
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  • Marlins to begin process of fine-tuning roster

    Marlins to begin process of fine-tuning roster

    MLB.com Jan 5
    It was relatively quiet for the Marlins during the holidays, but things are about to heat up rather quickly. The new year brings new challenges, and there are a number of issues Miami's front office must immediately address, such as signing its arbitrat…
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  • Report: Dan Haren still has no intentions to pitch for Marlins

    Report: Dan Haren still has no intentions to pitch for Marlins

    Three weeks to consider his options has not led to a change of heart for Dan Haren. On Saturday, the California native officially informed the Miami Marlins that he has no intentions to pitch for them in 2015, and would prefer to be dealt back to a west…
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  • Marlins ready to fly above the radar in 2015

    Marlins ready to fly above the radar in 2015

    MLB.com Jan 1
    No longer will the Marlins be flying under the radar. A string of impressive personnel moves has raised the club's profile and placed them in position to go toe to toe with the rest of the National League East.
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  • Marlins Park hosts nail-biter of a Miami Beach Bowl

    Marlins Park hosts nail-biter of a Miami Beach Bowl

    MLB.com Dec 22, 2014
    Marlins Park may be months away from hosting baseball games, but fans in attendance on Monday were treated to a sports thriller of a different kind, as the ballpark played host to the inaugural Miami Beach Bowl, in which Memphis defeated BYU, 55-48, in …
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  • Morse's return to Miami a happy homecoming

    Morse's return to Miami a happy homecoming

    MLB.com Dec 22, 2014
    No matter which uniform he wore or what part of the country he played in, Michael Morse never lost touch with his roots. Deep down, Morse always held a special spot for the Marlins. So when the opportunity was presented to sign with Miami, Morse eagerly…
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  • Prado gives Marlins options with their batting order

    Prado gives Marlins options with their batting order

    MLB.com Dec 21, 2014
    Adding Martin Prado to the equation gives manager Mike Redmond some interesting decisions to make regarding the Marlins' batting order. It may also impact when slugger Giancarlo Stanton comes to the plate.
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  • Marlins Trade Casey McGehee to the Giants

    Marlins Trade Casey McGehee to the Giants

    nytimes.com Dec 21, 2014
    Having acquired Martin Prado from the Yankees, Miami traded McGehee, a third baseman, to the San Francisco Giants for the minor league right-handers Kendry Flores and Luis Castillo.
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  • Video - Marlins, Ichiro Working Toward 1-Year Deal 01:33

    Marlins, Ichiro Working Toward 1-Year Deal

    Jan 23
    Jerry Crasnick discusses the likelihood that free-agent outfielder Ichiro Suzuki will land with the Miami Marlins.
  • Video - Yanks Bring Eovaldi To The Bronx 02:30

    Yanks Bring Eovaldi To The Bronx

    Dec 19
    Andrew Marchand discusses how pitcher Nathan Eovaldi will fit into the Yankees' rotation.
  • Video - Morse, Marlins Agree On Two-Year Deal 02:17

    Morse, Marlins Agree On Two-Year Deal

    Dec 16
    ESPN SweetSpot blogger David Schoenfield discusses slugger Michael Morse's agreement with the Marlins on a two-year, $16 million contract and Morse's health concerns.
  • Video - Redmond, Marlins Ready To Take A Step Forward 03:50

    Redmond, Marlins Ready To Take A Step Forward

    Dec 10
    Marlins manager Mike Redmond breaks down the state of the National League East, trying to improve his own team going forward and the latest on the conditions of Giancarlo Stanton and Jose Fernandez.

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