Following a rough performance during his first outing with the team, Jarred Cosart has been absolutely fantastic during his past few starts. During Monday's start, Cosart joined elite company with another solid performance.
Marlin Maniac's Chris Logel takes a look at the recent adjustments that Mike Redmond made to the Miami lineup.
As the Marlins reach the .500 plateau, Ehsan Kassim takes a look at if the Marlins actually play to the level of their competition.
After a weekend filled with marvelous defensive plays, Adeiny Hechavarria's abilities are definitely considered to be a positive with the Marlins organization. However, his advanced defensive metrics tell a completely different story, which Jeff Cameron investigates in this piece.
After suffering an injury during Saturday's game against Colorado, Bryan Morris returned to Miami to have his right hip examined.
In which we revisit the possible scenarios where the Marlins keep their star slugger.
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Since no one can agree on Adeiny Hechavarria's defensive performance, we can evaluate his 2014 season at different levels of performance based on your own opinions.
The Miami Marlins may not be looking to add depth behind the plate. But even with Jarrod Saltalamacchia's recent offensive success, the Marlins may be inclined to add J.T. Realmuto to their roster at some point in September.
At the end of July, Ken Rosenthal explained why the Miami Marlins should trade Giancarlo Stanton. And even after Stanton has become one of the favorites to become the NL MVP, Rosenthal still believes the Marlins don't have what it takes to keep Stanton.
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