Marlins Podcast Episodes
- Tuesday’s AFL/winter ball notes: Tough loss for the Peoria Javelinas, blowing a 7-0 lead to the Scottsdale Scorpions. SS Nasim Nuñez and C Paul McIntosh combined to go 1-for-10 with four strikeouts, while LHP Evan Taylor and RHP Zach McCambley combined to allow five runs (all earned) in two innings pitched. In the Dominican Republic, CF Dane Myers went 3-for-5 with his first winter ball home run.
- Twenty players from various levels of the Marlins organization elected minor league free agency. Jorge Alfaro, Enmanuel De Jesus, Jerar Encarnación, Charles Leblanc and Brian Miller previously played MLB regular season games for the Fish. Additionally, Colton Hock, Yeremin Lara, Brady Puckett and Henry Valencio have spent their entire professional careers with the Marlins up to this point.
- Embedded above, Peter Bendix gave his first public interview as Marlins president of baseball operations. He emphasized the importance of having the right people in place and being “disciplined” enough to make appropriate long-term decisions. He also indicated that the hiring of a general manager is not imminent.
- Join us tonight at 7:00 p.m. ET for a new edition of Fish On First LIVE on YouTube/Twitter/Twitch. Special guest: Gabriel Garcia of Lemon City Live. With chiropractic care and functional health, La Pop takes a preventative approach that optimizes wellness and quality of life for all ages. Find out more here!
- Our 2023 Marlins Season Review series keeps expanding. One more week until we fully turn the page to 2024. Check back daily for more articles from the FOF staff.
- Glenn Geffner’s View from the Bleachers believes that the Marlins’ hiring of Bendix “is a signal that (Bruce) Sherman wants to try to win like the Rays win, with a bottom-of-the-league payroll.”
- Happy 34th birthday to Marlins legend Giancarlo Stanton. The only NL MVP winner in franchise history, Stanton became MLB’s active career home run leader following the retirements of Miguel Cabrera and Nelson Cruz. He still has four guaranteed years remaining on the 13-year extension he originally signed in Miami.
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