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Brian Mati

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Fish Bites: Miami Marlins Roster Taking Shape

The Miami Marlins' roster is taking shape after a second round of cuts, with only a few competitions left for certain positions. Fish Bites has links on Kevin Kouzmanoff, Kevin Slowey, and prospect...

Fish Bites: Marlins Opening Day Lineup Possibility

The Miami Marlins have options for their starting lineup on Opening Day, and we have just one iteration listed here. Plus links on Giancarlo Stanton, Kolby Copeland, Mike Redmond, and Mark Teixeira.

Fish Bites: Marlins Should Sign Grady Sizemore

It is no secret the Miami Marlins will be evaluating their young talent this season to see who will be part of the long term plan. Why not sign Grady Sizemore? Plus links on Chris Coghlan, no-trade...

Fish Bites: Marlins Begin Spring Training Games

The Miami Marlins are starting games this Saturday against the St. Louis Cardinals. Check out the latest Marlins links including Giancarlo Stanton, Jose Fernandez, Juan Pierre, and more.

Fish Bites: Marlins Young Pitchers Could Surprise

We have seen this movie before. The Miami Marlins are going into another season with quite a bit of youth for starting pitching. And while it portrays to be a long season, these starters have the...

Fish Bites: A Plea to Marlins Owner Jeffrey Loria

Jeffrey Loria should allow Mike Redmond to do his job this season as new Marlins manager. Most baseball people feel like Redmond is going to be an excellant big league skipper. Plus links on...

Fish Bites: Why Even Defend Marlins' Offseason?

The Miami Marlins made a number of upsetting offseason moves in recent months, and there simply is no 2013 positive spin. The benefits will all be in the future of this team, not the present. plus...

Fish Bites: For Marlins' Brantly, Future Is Now

Miami Marlins catcher Rob Brantly is going to find out how important it is to stay positive and motivated. He will have the oppotunity to be the everday catcher for this very young ball club. Plus...

Fish Bites: Pierre Will Be Great For Young Marlins

The Miami Marlins are counting on Juan Pierre to be a leader this season. Stealing 50 bags would not hurt. Plus links about Sean West and Michael Wuertz.

Another Day Another Possible Stanton Suitor

If the Miami Marlins are not going to trade Giancarlo Stanton this offseason, they better come out and say once and for all. Because after hearing about how the San Diego Padres might be...

Fish Bites: Marlins' Polanco Brings Leadership

The Miami Marlins will be a young team next year. Regardless, in Placido Polanco along with Juan Pierre, Greg Dobbs, hitting coach Tino Martinez, and manager Mike Redmond, they have veteran...

Fish Bites: Happy Stanton Is Still A Marlin

As Marlins fans, we should be happy that Giancarlo Stanton is still with the team. While he may be the only reason to go to a game in 2013, he remains one of the best players in baseball. Plus...

Fish Bites: Challenge for Marlins Manager Redmond

If Mike Redmond wanted it easy, he could have signed with any other team. But in becoming the new manager for the Miami Marlins, he essentially has little to work with on the field, with a...

Fish Bites: Welcome Back, Juan Pierre

The Miami Marlins are in full overhaul mode having traded another player. Yet one change has been positive, believe it or not. Juan Pierre is back. And there was magic when he last played for...

Fish Bites: The Marlins' New Way Of Doing Business

The Miami Marlins' new philosophy in the 2012 offseason has led to the mass exodus of players from the team, but it has also restocked a depleted farm system. Plus links on Carlos Ruiz, Ryan...

Fish Bites: Are More Moves On The Horizon?

The Miami Marlins completed a major trade with the Toronto Blue Jays on Tuesday. Coming back this way are young players with promise for the future. But for now, all the Marlins have is a young...

Fish Bites: Miami Marlins Do It Again

The Miami Marlins have done it again, committing another fire sale in their trade with the Toronto Blue Jays. Where will the Marlins go from here? Fish Bites features links on that and Giancarlo...

Fish Bites: Why Pitching Has To Be Priority

The Miami Marlins have holes to fill. In fact, they have too many holes to fill to field a playoff team. However, pitching should still be the number one priority. Plus Marlins links this week...

Fish Bites: Miami Marlins Again In The Spotlight

The Miami Marlins are again in the news as they have dismissed Ozzie Guillen. In a way, a quiet offseason from here on out would not hurt the team. Plus, Fish Bites has links on Guillen, Larry...

Fish Bites: An Idea For a Miami Marlins Manager

When the Miami Marlins make decisions about next year, they should be for the long term. One of those decisions will be about their manager candidate, and Fish Bites has an idea on whom to...

Fish Bites: Another Exciting Offseason?

The Miami Marlins management will get together at the end of the month to discuss the first moves of the offseason. Fish Bites features links on Emilio Bonifacio, Ozzie Guillen, and more.

Fish Bites: Marlins Will Be Better Next Year

The last game of the season is here and the Miami Marlins will once again finish under .500. This season did not go as expected. But can the Fish be a force next year? Also with links featuring...

Fish Cap: Miami Marlins 4, New York Mets 3 (11)

In extra innings, the Miami Marlins beat the New York Mets 4-3 on Tuesday with Donovan Solano playing hero. The team also got home runs from Gorkys Hernandez and Rob Brantly earlier in the game.

Fish Cap: Braves Walk-Off On the Marlins, 4-3

The Atlanta Braves win and secure a postseason spot. For the Miami Marlins, it was another wasted Nathan Eovaldi pitching effort and a loss on a career night by Donovan Solano.

Fish Bites: Miami Marlins Season Almost Over

Its not about carrying momentum into next season. The Miami Marlins are limping to the finish line. Either because of on-field incidents, or off-field stories, its just not going well right now....

Fish Bites: Wednesday

The Miami Marlins are playing out the string. However, players like Rob Brantly, Steve Cishek, and Jacob Turner still have a lot to prove. These are the young players that want to be everyday...

Fish Cap: Miami Marlins 4, Atlanta Braves 3 (10)

Marlins win in dramatic fashion 4-3. The win in extra innings pushes the Marlins mark in extras to 11-5 on the season. The star was Jose Reyes as he walked off. But the real star should have been...

Fish Bites: Wednesday

The Marlins are in Philadelphia as the road trip continues. The Phils are all of a sudden fighting for a wild card spot. While the Fish are just waiting for this tough season to come to an end...

Fish Cap: Phillies 9, Marlins 7

Marlins lose to the Phillies 9-7 on Tuesday night. Doc Halladay beats the Fish yet again.

Fish Bites: Wednesday

The Marlins have made a few more moves today. Bringing up a young reliever from double-A. And transferring a former closer to the sixty day DL.

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