Jeff Conine

New York Mets #19 - First Base

  • Born: 06/27/66
  • Age: 48
  • Height: 6-1
  • Weight: 225

Trip through Thuzio: Marlins edition

There are plenty of former Marlins players who are interested in being at your next event for the right price. If you use the site Thuzio, you can hang out with your favorite former Fish at a nice,...

Marlins History: Carl Barger passed away

Twenty-one years ago today, Carl Barger, the Marlins' first team president, collapsed and passed away during the 1992 MLB Winter Meetings.

History: Reviewing Steve Bartman and the Cubs

Yesterday was the ten-year anniversary of the Steve Bartman incident during Game 6 of the 2003 National League Championship Series between the Chicago Cubs and the Marlins. How does it look from...

History: Rapp, offense dominate in 1995 blowout

On this day in history, Pat Rapp tamed the hitter-friendly confines of Coors Field, hurling a complete-game, one-hit shutout against the Rockies. The Marlins' bats were just as impressive in the...

History: Marlins acquire Jeff Conine from Orioles

This day in Marlins History Jeff Conine was acquired from the Baltimore Orioles. Conine played a pivotal role in the Marlins World Series run's in 1997 and 2003.

Prospect Retrospective: Raul Ibanez, OF, Mariners


Raul Ibanez of the Mariners closes in on 300 homers. Not bad for a guy who didn't play regularly until he was 30.

Dodger Rookie Hideo Nomo starts 1995 All-Star Game

Hideo Nomo was selected to start the 1995 All-Star Game after one of the best Junes that any Dodger ever had.

Prospect Retrospective: Cesar Cedeno


He looked like one of the best players of his generation, the poster boy for tools and youth.


Hall of Fame Poll: Steve Finley

Would you vote Steve Finley into the Baseball Hall of Fame?

2013 MLB Hall of Fame ballot released

Roberto Hernandez, Rondell White and Reggie Sanders join Conine on the ballot of 37 former MLB players.

Miami Marlins Considering Mike Redmond For Manager

The Miami Marlins are considering a number of candidates for the managerial position, many of whom have no previous managerial experience. The frontrunner is thought to be former Marlins catcher...

Cult Favorite Player: National League East


Rooting for superstars is a no-brainer. As often as not, though, your favorite player emerges not from a pile of year-end awards, but from somewhere a little more special. We asked our bloggers to...

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