Entries by David Fernandez

Marlins Prospect Nasim Nunez Playing the Game with Joy

The Marlins have a long history with speedy base stealers, especially those that play in the middle infield. The latest player to fit this archetype for Miami is 22-year-old shortstop prospect, Nasim Nunez. Recently promoted to the Double-A level, Nunez stands out among Miami’s Top-30 prospects considering he already has two Major League-ready skills: defense […]

Max Meyer Gets Marlins Promotion

The Miami Marlins made fans, and perhaps more importantly, one of their top prospects very happy on Thursday night. The team posted a video of Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp manager Daren Brown relaying the news to Max Meyer that he’d received the call to pitch at the MLB level with the Marlins. just got a text […]

Team Defeat Diabetes Competing in TBT 2022

The Basketball Tournament, known by fans these days as TBT, stands as one of the more popular forms of summer basketball to enjoy. This year, the tournament hosts 64 teams playing in a single-elimination bracket for a winner-take-all $1 million. The teams are made up largely of professional and former college stars, some representing their […]

Marlins Make Minor Trade Amid Struggles

The Miami Marlins completed a minor trade with the San Francisco Giants on their off day. The team acquired 25-year-old utility player Luke Williams in exchange for Double-A second baseman Hayden Cantrelle. This comes as the Marlins travel to Atlanta ahead of a pivotal three-game set with the Braves. Miami finds itself mired in an […]

5 Takeaways from Marlins Series Win v Mariners

The Miami Marlins saw their seven-game winning streak snapped on Sunday, but the team still took two-of-three from the Seattle Mariners to win their third-straight series. Miami’s recent run of success included stellar starting pitching and timely hitting, but those elements were notably absent in Sunday’s 7-3 loss. The Marlins find themselves in second place […]

5 Takeaways from the Marlins Sweep in D.C.

The Miami Marlins ended their seven-day, six-game road trip with a three-game sweep of their NL East rivals, the Washington Nationals, in D.C. Miami used dominant starting pitching and timely hitting to win the series. It’s clear the Marlins have elite starting pitching at this point, with potentially more on the way in the minors. […]

Marlins Take First Road Series from Braves

The Miami Marlins showed some moxie over the weekend with their 2-1 series victory over the defending world champion Atlanta Braves. Although the Marlins absorbed their second shut-out loss of the season in the series opener, Miami rallied to secure a pair of wins and pass the Braves in the NL East standings. The Marlins […]