Rob Brantly

Miami Marlins #19 - Catcher

  • Born: 07/14/89
  • Age: 24
  • Height: 6-2
  • Weight: 205
  • Bats/Throws: L/R

2014 Marlins Season Preview: The other catchers

The Miami Marlins have two other catchers on their roster, but none should be featured significantly this season thanks to the arrival of Jarrod Saltalamacchia. What will happen to Jeff Mathis and Rob Brantly in 2014?

2014 Marlins Season Preview: Jarrod Saltalamacchia

Fish Stripes starts off the official player-by-player 2014 season preview by discussing the team's most important free agent addition, catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia. What can "Salty" do to help the team's anemic offense at the position?

Holaday preparing for new role in familiar ways

The Tigers "new" back-up catcher is no stranger to the team, but he will have far more opportunity in 2014

Saltalamacchia signing: Marlins eschew prospects

Barring an unforeseen development, the addition of Jarrod Saltalamacchia to the Miami Marlins will likely relegate Rob Brantly or Jacob Realmuto to a backup catcher role.

Saltalamacchia signing: Community response

With the biggest move since the 2011 offseason, the Miami Marlins have signed catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia to a three year, $21 million dollar deal. We want to hear your opinions on this huge signing.

Reactions to Jarrod Saltalamacchia signing

The Miami Marlins agreed to a three-year, $21 million contract with free agent catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia on Tuesday night. Here are some reactions from around the league.

Fish Stripes Inbox: Uggla, Stanton trade, Brantly

The latest inbox by Marlins beat writer Joe Frisaro includes a discussion on Dan Uggla, the odds of a Giancarlo Stanton trade, and the status of Rob Brantly among other things. Fish Stripes will tackle these questions!

Marlins' front office given payroll range for 2014

Marlins President of Baseball Operations Michael Hill said Wednesday during a conference call that he was given the Marlins 2014 payroll range. An exact number reportedly was not given.

2013 Marlins Season Review: Rob Brantly

The Miami Marlins expected Rob Brantly to continue taking steps forward, but the first-year catcher struggled in all aspects of the game and saw himself demoted by midseason.

Fish Bites: September call-ups

As September is now upon us, the multitudes of prospects that are currently in Miami's farm system have been called up to the team. Some of those prospects include Rob Brantly, Brian Flynn, etc as you can see in this new edition of Fish Bites.

Marlins news: Brantly, Flynn, two others promoted

The September call-ups continue for the Miami Marlins, as the Fish brought up catcher Rob Brantly and three pitchers from Triple-A, including top Triple-A starter Brian Flynn.

Miami Marlins talking about defense again

The Miami Marlins, under the leadership of fielding instructor Perry Hill, have often cited defense as an important cornerstone of the team. But as of right now, the franchise still does not understand its importance.

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