Carter Capps

Miami Marlins #22 - Relief Pitcher

  • Born: 08/07/90
  • Age: 23
  • Height: 6-5
  • Weight: 220
  • Bats/Throws: R/R
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Carter Capps' doesn't need Tommy John surgery


After a visit with Dr. James Andrews, it was determined that Miami Marlins reliever Carter Capps doesn't need elbow surgery. Capps could come off the 60-day DL as early as July 25.

Marlins' Jacob Turner to rejoin rotation


Miami Marlins starter Jacob Turner will be activated from the disabled list to face the Dodgers on Saturday night at Marlins Park. A right shoulder strain plagued Turner in several early starts.

Jacob Turner to miss Wednesday start

Jacob Turner will not be making the start tonight versus the Washington Nationals, as he hurt his shoulder in batting practice and will be medically evaluated. Lefty Brad Hand will take his place on the mound.

Marlins' Carter Capps adjusting delivery

Miami Marlins' reiever Carter Capps, who was acquired from Seattle at the Winter Meetings, is working on improving his delivery before the start of the season.

Marlins Key Questions: Carter Capps in the bullpen

The Miami Marlins are counting on Carter Capps, acquired in the Logan Morrison trade, to take over a key role in the bullpen. Can he manage that in 2014?

Fish Bites: Miami offense improved without trades

The Miami Marlins successfully improved their offense without having to trade away any of their young pitching. Plus links on Jordany Valdespin, Casey McGehee, and Logan Morrison.

Carter Capps and his future with the Marlins

Carter Capps, 23, will look to work on weaknesses in his delivery in order to find success in the Marlins bullpen.

Fish Bites: Where Do We Go From Here?

After an active start to the off-season, the Marlins are still looking to improve their overall team including their third base position. Also, this piece is centered around other various topics surrounding Miami.

Miami Marlins 'gambled' by trading Logan Morrison

The Miami Marlins acknowledged that trading Logan Morrison was a gamble, noting that he could enter Spring Training completely healthy and become a valuable asset for Seattle.

Morrison trade: Marlins trade away disappointment

The Miami Marlins pulled the trigger on a Logan Morrison trade, sending him to the Seattle Mariners for reliever Carter Capps. The return is small, but expected given Morrison's disastrous career.

Morrison trade: Small return for flawed player

The Miami Marlins got a decent reliever in return for the disappointing career of Logan Morrison. Carter Capps has some tools to make the return at least acceptable given Morrison's poor performance.

Logan Morrison is worth Carter Capps


The Mariners have traded flamethrowing reliever Carter Capps to Miami for pedigree'd first baseman Logan Morrison. Depending on how the rest of the offseason shakes out, this could be a nice little trade.

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