Casey McGehee signing: Marlins make low-cost, upside signing
There is a chance that Casey McGehee turns out to be as bad as he was in the majors in 2012. The Miami Marlins are only paying $1.1 million to find out, and that is a reasonable cost.
After the Miami Marlins made a number of moves to add lefty power to their roster, they finally balanced it out ...
Reactions to Miami Marlins signing of Casey McGehee
The Miami Marlins signed free agent infielder Casey McGehee to a one-year contract on Wednesday. Here are some reactions from around the league.
-Soquel High alum Casey McGehee signs deal with MLB's Miami Marlins for 1 year - Santa Cr...
This Day In Marlins History: Johnson returns to Marlins with five-year deal in 2000
On this day in team history, free agent catcher Charles Johnson signed a five-year deal with Florida, marking a return to the Marlins for the player who was the franchise's first-ever draft pick in 1992. Johnson would be traded away again in 2002
It turned out Florida fans hadn't seen the last of their team's first-ever draft pick. On this date, December 18, 2000, the
Miami Marlins sign free agent infielder Casey McGehee to one-year contract
The Miami Marlins signed infielder Casey McGehee to a one-year contract on Wednesday afternoon. McGehee is expected to become the Marlins' starting third baseman.
After coming away without a third baseman, which many considered the organization's top priority at the Winter Meetings, the Miami Marlins signed free agent infielder Casey McGehee to a one-year con...
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 the possibility of Miami trading one of their younger pitchers, Jose Fernandez, LoMo and more.
Will The Marlins Trade Young P...
Marlins rumors: Miami willing to trade pitching depth for third base
The Miami Marlins are still looking for a third baseman for the 2014 season and potentially beyond. The team would not mind finding one via trade, and they would trade their prospect pitching depth to get an option. But who is available?
The Miami Marlins are letting it be known everyday that th...
This Day in Marlins History: Plans for Marlins new stadium announced
On December 17, 2000, City of Miami officials and the Marlins announced plans for a new baseball-only stadium in downtown Miami.
Thirteen years ago, on December 17, 2000, after many efforts by previous Marlins owner Wayne Huizenga, and two months of intense negotiations with the Marlins then-owner John Henry, City of Miami officials and the Marlins announced plan...
Miami Marlins do not need 2014 third base replacement
The Miami Marlins' options at third base this season are running thin, and at this rate, the Fish may not find a replacement who would be an actual improvement over in-house options like Donovan Solano.
I will be the first to tell you that Donovan Solano is not an impressive player. In ...
Addison Reed trade: Marlins, Steve Cishek, and the lesson of the Chicago White Sox
The Chicago White Sox traded young closer Addison Reed yesterday to the Arizona Diamondbacks. The return is a valuable lesson regarding the Miami Marlins and their own young closer, Steve Cishek.
The Chicago White Sox pulled of a smart move yesterday in what was otherwise a qu...