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  • 2013 Marlins Season Thread

    Pre Season is done, Monday April 1st the Marlins begin the 2013 Regular Season in D.C.

    The Best of luck to this decimated Team. History does show that when things look more than bleak, this Team comes thru time and time again !!!

    Go Marlins Go:scholar:

    (Moderator...please stick the thread and or merge with last seasons. thanxs)
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    Mon, Apr 1 @Washington 1:05pm EDT
    Wed, Apr 3 @Washington 7:05pm EDT
    Thu, Apr 4 @Washington 4:05pm EDT
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    • #3
      In a surprising move, the Marlins purchased the contract of Jose Fernandez from High-A Jupiter. He gets the call with both Nathan Eovaldi and Henderson Alvarez being placed on the DL. Should be exciting to see one of the best pitching prospects so soon.
      "Chuckie doesn't take on 2-0. Chuckie's hackin'." - Chuck Carr two days prior to being released by the Milwaukee Brewers

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      • #4
        Awesome..Opening Day is here !!!!!
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        • #5
          The Mets have taken two out of three from the Marlins!

          The Mets have the best, smartest fans in baseball.

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          • #6
            I didn't REALLY expect much more from a Minor League Team. :choke:
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            • #7
              BUT, we keep on truckinn and Bulldozing the Mets !!!NOTHINN makes me happier in life. I HATE NY. :noevil:
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              • #8
                The Miami Marlins are officially out of the playoffs. Despite winning against the Cubs and having a perfect September so far, the Marlins have been mathematically eliminated from contention.

                ~Next Year Folks ~
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                • #9
                  Well Folks....We have to wait a few months for the Soap Opera to get underway again. I will be ready and waiting
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                  • #10
                    Marlins team president David Samson says team will make playoffs in 2014

                    http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/mlb-bi...3909--mlb.html
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                    • #11
                      This is something borrowed from the Marlins MLB Home Page. Marlins beat reporter Joe Frisaro answers questions from fans.

                      What are good options for second base and third base? Should they go with Donovan Solano, Chris Coghlan and Derek Dietrich, or should they make a trade or add a free agent?
                      -- Mike R., Fort Lauderdale


                      With third base, you are talking about one of the highest priorities of the offseason. Second base may wind up being a competition between Solano and Dietrich.

                      At third, Placido Polanco is a free agent, and he is now 38. It is not likely he will return. Colin Moran is regarded as the third baseman of the future, so for next year, you are looking at a stop-gap.

                      Coghlan could be an option. If he is, he needs to acclimate himself again to the position he last played a majority of the time when he was in the Minor Leagues.

                      The Marlins may find themselves making a minor signing or a trade to fill the position at least for one more season. Perhaps even Dietrich or Solano could play some third. All options are on the table.
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                      • #12
                        With all the young, controllable pitching the Marlins have, should they make a trade with the Angels for Mark Trumbo? The Marlins have stated they need more pop and protection for Giancarlo Stanton.
                        -- Devin S., Lake Worth, Fla.


                        Trumbo is a name the Marlins certainly should be talking about. The slugger turns 28 in January, and he has 95 home runs over the past three seasons, including 34 with 100 RBIs in 2013.

                        Trumbo made $540,000 this season, and he is heading to arbitration for the first time. It would take one or more of Miami's starting pitchers, or maybe even closer Steve Cishek, to land him.

                        If such a deal was made, the combination of Trumbo and Stanton would be fun to watch. Still, there are some questions regarding Trumbo. He can be an all-or-nothing presence at the plate. He batted .234 with an on-base percentage of .294, and he struck out 184 times in 678 plate appearances. Yet he is durable, appearing in 159 games.

                        If the Marlins wanted to get creative and make a big splash, they could consider addressing a couple of needs in one trade. A potential scenario could be putting a package together for Trumbo and Iannetta. Just a thought.
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                        • #13
                          All he does is hit bombs. Pretty below average at every other aspect of baseball. He will be over-payed a lot. Don't give up anything good for him.
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                          • #14
                            Txs for que quick Bio...Loria is tight with $$$$, so in that respect we'd be allright.
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                            • #15
                              Fernandez wins NL Rookie of the Year Award

                              Marlins righty Jose Fernandez, who has an inspiring personal story and mesmerizing talent, has been voted the National League Rookie of the Year by the Baseball Writers' Association of America.
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