Miguel Olivo

Los Angeles Dodgers #30 - Catcher

  • Born: 07/15/78
  • Age: 35
  • Height: 6-0
  • Weight: 230
  • Bats/Throws: R/R

Mike Zunino: 1st trimester report card

The Mariners young catcher is an intriguing hodge podge of tools. We take a (slightly) deeper look.

Miguel Olivo, seeking a role back in majors

Olivo had 830 plate appearances in 2011-2012 but after a disappointing 2013 season looks for another opportunity to play in majors

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.

Marlins news: Fish place Olivo on restricted list

After not having much playing time as a result of the return of Jeff Mathis, catcher Miguel Olivo has requested several times to be released, however the Marlins have consistently refusing to do so. Olivo was placed on the restricted list Saturday.

Marlins place Olivo on restricted list

Olivo has reportedly decided to quit baseball. Jordan Brown has been recalled to take his roster spot.

MLB Scores: Miami Marlins 2, Tampa Bay Rays 5

The Miami Marlins had a chance to win the game against the Tampa Bay Rays late, but the Fish could not hold them in the ninth inning and they lose their ninth-straight game, 5-2.

Is the future bleak for Rob Brantly as a Marlin

Miami Marlins catcher Rob Brantly has struggled thus far in 2013. Are his major league days numbered?

Home run blunders: Michael Bourn vs. Ryan Raburn

Who's home run assist was more epic? Ryan Raburn's in 2011 or Michael Bourn's from tonight's game?

MLB Scores: Miami Marlins 3, Los Angeles Dodgers 5

The Miami Marlins fall just short of the comeback against the Los Angeles Dodgers, as Tom Koehler, Justin Ruggiano and company lose 5-3 despite two runs in the ninth.

MLB Scores: Miami Marlins 1, Los Angeles Dodgers 7

The Miami Marlins could not continue their good fortunes versus the Los Angeles Dodgers as Hyun-Jin Ryu beat out a struggling Kevin Slowey for a 7-1 Marlins loss.

MLB Scores: Marlins 14, Phillies 2

The Miami Marlins earned some much needed catharsis, blowing out the Philadelphia Phillies, and scoring double digit runs for the first time this season.

The Big Bat Theory

After spending the Winter committed to improving the offense, the front office needs a do-over.

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