The Marlins got blown out in their first game of the year at San Diego. The Marlins lineup couldn't drive in runners from third, and Rob Brantly and Placido Polanco both had costly errors.
Anthony DeSclafani continued his FSL dominance and led Jupiter to a win. New Orleans struggled with runners in scoring position in their loss Sunday to Albuquerque.
Jacob Turner had a so-so start, but collected three hits, while Austin Nola and Austin Barnes led Jupiter to a big win.
Derek Dietrich, acquired this offseason from Tampa Bay, has put up some very impressive numbers in his first 25 games for Double-A Jacksonville.
Triple-A New Orleans and high Class A Jupiter both picked up one-run wins and Adeiny Hechavarria looked great in his second rehab outing for Jupiter.
A weekly glance at how the Marlins minor league affiliates and their top prospects have performed over the course of the last week, including reports on Christian Yelich, Brian Flynn, and the Jacksonville Suns.
Three Miami Marlins prospect arms have gotten off to equally impressive starts playing for High-A Jupiter in the Florida State League.
This week's look at the Miami Marlins' minor league system includes another tough outing by Jacob Turner, an impressive one by Brian Flynn and company in Double-A Jacksonville, and some nice hitting in the low minors.
The Marlins lost to Washington by seven runs Monday night, as Wade LeBlanc struggled early and the offense never really got going.
A weekly glance at each of the Miami Marlins' minor league affiliates and what notable events have happened in these team's last seven days.
Here's a look at some of the new names on the Miami Marlins' Triple-A New Orleans roster, including Mitch Talbot, Jonathan Albaladejo, Scott Maine, and Koyie Hill.
The Miami Marlins were two-hit by Paul Maholm and the Atlanta Braves at their home opener on Monday, leading to a 2-0 shutout loss.
Astros owner Jim Crane has expressed interest in purchasing Triple-A New Orleans, the Marlins PCL affiliate currently under contract through 2014.
Austin Brice, Kolby Copeland, and Avery Romero make up the 16-18 range in this year's Fish Stripes Top 20 Prospects
Marlins top prospect Christian Yelich should be playing in a Marlins uniform by August, partly because Miami will be forced to find a way to keep fans interested in what should be an abysmal season.
Adam Conley, a 6'3'' lefty who spent last year at Greensboro and Jupiter, is Fish Stripes 2013 tenth overall Miami Marlins prospect.
The Miami Marlins will be relying on the inexperienced 23-year-old Adeiny Hechavarria as their starting shortstop heading into the 2013 season. Hechavarria ranks seventh on the Fish Stripes Top Miami Marlins Prospects list.
Andrew Heaney, the Miami Marlins' first-round draft pick in 2012 Amateur Draft, ranks fourth among the Fish Stripes Top 20 Miami Marlins Prospects list.
The 20-year-old Cuban right-hander Jose Fernandez leads this year's Fish Stripes Top Miami Marlins Prospect list.
Avery Romero, a Marlins 2012 third-round pick, does not have the quickness and reflexes to play shortstop like he did in high school. What position suits Romero, and will his bat be enough to play there?
Sam Dyson, a 24-year-old pitcher, was claimed off waivers by the Marlins on January 30th. Dyson has the talent to help the Marlins bullpen in 2013, as long as he can find a way to stay healthy.
In the second installment of a series at Fish Stripes matching up the top Marlins prospects with other teams top prospects, the Atlanta Braves square off with Miami.
In a new series at Fish Stripes, we will match up the Marlins top prospects with other teams in the N.L. East. This week, we begin with the New York Mets.
Dariel Alvarez is a 24-year-od Cuban defector who would look great roaming the outfield at Marlins Park for the Miami Marlins, if the Fish are willing to take the necessary risk on the international free agent market.
Late Sunday night, the Miami Marlins announced they had signed veteran pitcher John Maine to a minor league contract with an invitation to Spring Training.