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6 hours ago 2023 Marlins Season Preview
Photo by Megan Briggs/Getty Images Your comprehensive guide to the most talented Marlins team of the last half-decade. Being different does not necessarily lead to getting better, but the Miami Marlins had to try something heading into 2023. Last season’s disaster called for them to make significant personnel, philosophical and cultural changes. We will soon find out whether or not those changes translate to extra wins. The Marlins Season Preview series on Fish Stripes will get you familiar with all of the players who could potentially have meaningful roles with the major league club and key prospects progressing through the farm system who have a lot at stake, while analyzing the impact of incoming coaches and front office staffers, plus the new MLB rules going into effect. We’ll provide additional context from national media and objective projections, contrasting that with the perspective from members of the Marlins organization. In the lead-up to Opening Day on Mar. 30, let us know what other specific stories/angles you think should be included in the series.
954area has new update 12 hours ago Harry Styles wins Grammy for album of the year; Beyoncé breaks record; Hip-hop’s 50th anniversary celebrated
A who’s who of hip-hop royalty took the stage for an epic, rousing 15 minute tribute to the genre’s 50th anniversary. The performance included Grandmaster Flash doing part of his seminal hit “The Message,” Run DMC, Chuck D and Flavor Flav along with Ice-T, Queen Latifah, Busta Rhymes and Nelly all taking the stage.
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1 day ago Where are they now? Tracking down every player from the 2022 Marlins
@Dodgers/Twitter Nearly half of the contributors to last season’s squad have found new homes for 2023. Would you believe that 56 different players made regular season appearances for the 2022 Miami Marlins?! Many of them were forgettable. Some had stints that were so brief, they may have gone completely unnoticed by you (six Marlins played in three games or fewer). The Marlins front office operated at a deliberate pace this offseason. For the first two months, so many familiar faces from their disappointing 2022 calendar were still on the roster. After the MLB Winter Meetings, however, they finally made some tough decisions and significant additions. As we close in on 2023 spring training, only these players from last year’s Fish remain with the organization: Sandy Alcantara, Anthony Bender, Jon Berti, JJ Bleday, Huascar Brazoban, Peyton Burdick, Edward Cabrera, Daniel Castano, Jazz Chisholm Jr., Garrett Cooper, Bryan De La Cruz, Jerar Encarnación, Dylan Floro, Nick Fortes, Avisaíl García, Braxton Garrett, Jordan Groshans, Bryan Hoeing, Charles Leblanc, Jesús Luzardo, Max Meyer, Tommy Nance, Andrew Nardi, Steven Okert, Trevor Rogers, Jesús Sánchez, Tanner Scott, Jorge Soler, Jacob Stallings, and Joey Wendle. What about the rest? Glad you asked. Via trades, waiver claims and free agent deals, they’ve been scattered across 17 other baseball clubs. Players with an asterisk(*) currently hold 40-man roster spots with other MLB teams Lewin Díaz's LIDOM season ended last night when his Estrellas lost to Licey. Since it started on November 15, he was a part of 10 different transactions and designated for assignment five times. Has he finally found a home with the Orioles?— Chelsea Janes (@chelsea_janes) January 19, 2023 Jesús Aguilar*—Oakland Athletics Shawn Armstrong*—Tampa Bay Rays Brian Anderson*—Milwaukee Brewers Willians Astudillo—Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks (Japan) Anthony Bass*—Toronto Blue Jays Richard Bleier*—Boston Red Sox Jeff Brigham*—New York Mets Lewin Díaz—Baltimore Orioles Joe Dunand—Atlanta Braves Jake Fishman—Oakland Athletics Erik González—Chicago White Sox Billy Hamilton—Chicago White Sox Louis Head—Philadelphia Phillies Payton Henry*—Milwaukee Brewers Elieser Hernandez*—New York Mets Jordan Holloway—Chicago Cubs A.J. Ladwig—unsigned Pablo López*—Minnesota Twins Nick Neidert—Chicago Cubs Zach Pop*—Toronto Blue Jays Cody Poteet—Kansas City Royals Miguel Rojas*—Los Angeles Dodgers Cole Sulser*—Arizona Diamondbacks Luke Williams—Los Angeles Dodgers Jimmy Yacabonis—New York Mets Aneurys Zabala—Detroit Tigers Poor A.J. Ladwig. No luck with his job search despite posting the second-lowest walk rate last season among all minor leaguers with 100-plus innings pitched. His unemployed status has turned him into Marlins Jeopardy fodder.
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1 day ago Who do the Phinsider faithful want to back up Tua Tagovailoa in 2023?
Photo by Steph Chambers/Getty Images Earlier in the week I asked the question, who do you want to see backing up Tua Tagovailoa in 2023? There’s a long list of decent backup-level quarterback that is set to hit free agency. Some will re-sign where they are and others might actually get a starting job for at least a season or so. But there will still be plenty of quality arms out there to help fill out our roster. Here’s what some of our faithful had to say on the subject- Dr.Greenthumb was short and direct. While Brady is off the table now (we think) Jimmy G makes a long of sense given the McDaniel connection but he might be looking for a starting gig. Jimmy G or….. Brady SuperG! gave us a bit more options and some solid ones! Realistic options at FA QBs who would be willing to come here on a contract the Dolphins can afford. Darnold, Mayfield, Keenum, Dalton, White, Heinecke, Henne, and Minshew. I doubt we can pay him, but if we can get Cooper Rush, then sign him up. Bill Moody also added some solid options but I personally believe that moving Skylar to the PS would expose him to being signed away which is more likely to happen than not IMHO. Minchew, Mullens, Bethard... All should be pretty cheap options, and then we can move Skylar to the practice squad. Or develop Skylar as the backup and grab some free agent for the league minimum. What we shouldn’t do is break the bank on the backup QB position. We have other places that need upgrading... especially along the O-Line and RB positions to help keep our QB protected and supported. EJPLAYA is back with one name. Andy Dalton TheRoo1 also wants to keep Skylar but I don’t see the PS as a place where you can stash that guy. He will be poached the day we place him on there IMO. My thought would be to keep Skylar, but there needs to be someone else out there, if nothing else than to act as the defenses practice QB. If you cant get the stache, then decide, does Skylar become that practice QB, and you get The Stache, if his price isn’t astronomical, followed by Dalton and maybe Flaccid. If you want to truly develop Skylar, then take an UDFA or a qb who will accept vet minimu m. twinssdfan is on the Mayfield train that I might have to join! Baker Mayfield if the Fins find a way to afford him, MM can make him better. CaliFins believes that some “backups” might come to Miami seeing an opportunity given Tua’s injury history. He might be onto something! We should be able to have our pick of the best free agents. Back/ups don’t want to be back-ups and no QB has more health questions than Tua. So any backup that wants to be a starter for a contender would be dumb not to come to Miami. That would be my pitch. You want to show you can start? Come to Miami. Is there a chance Tua is healthy all year? Yeah, but history doesn’t support it, so we should have QBs clamoring to get to the Fins. As far as what we have, retain Tua and Skylar. Skylar is a good 3rd string development project and Bridgewater for lack of better words just sucks. Shula’sShadow coming with some solid choices! Minshew, Darnold, Mayfield in that Order. Because Tua will prob miss at a minimum 5 games and high side 8 you need essentially a top backup and a third stringer like Thompson.. It is what it is Dolphins will probably have another up and down season which will be both fun and frustrating all in one. If the Defense and running game improve possibly the backups can actually win some games!!!!!!!!!!! Miami’s Jester with some more solid choices! Cooper Rush or Gardner Minshew 100%. Skyler is a really cheap #3 that seems like you have to have these days. Seems like we had a lot of agreement on the various choices out there. Most everyone wanted to keep Skyler Thompson in some capacity as well but only a couple of people seemed ready to anoint him the backup for 2023. If you would like to join in on the conversations where we highlight some of our favorite comments (and even some that I don’t agree with) be sure to sign up for a Phinsider account. You can look for our Monday evening question of the day post (usually posted at 8:00 PM EST) and we will post the follow-up on Saturday evenings and return to Friday evenings again when the 2023 NFL season begins.
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