By The Fish Pond
When Spring Training began, Gaby Sanchez was a frontrunner to win the first base job. But the 25-year-old Miami native was hampered by a sore left knee and batted .194 in 36 at-bats.
VandenHurk’s stiff back
Marlins right-hander Rick VandenHurk’s start lasted four innings on Tuesday night at Citi Field. He was lifted due to back stiffness and he’s listed as day to day.
Wes Helms stole second base in the third inning on Wednesday.
This is headline material for the simple fact that it was the third MLB steal of the 33-year-old’s career. It also was his first steal since April 12, 2002 when he…
Hanley Ramirez, the Marlins three-time All-Star shortstop and face of the franchise, extended a warm South Florida welcome to LeBron James.
Shortly after James announced he was signing with the Miami Heat, Ramirez…
The Brewers announced this evening that they have avoided arbitration with outfielder Carlos Gomez by…
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Milwaukee — (That’s how I start these things, right?)
With an off day on Monday, the Marlins don’t need a fifth starter until July 31 or Aug. 1.
One of the candidates to rejoin the rotation at that time is Andrew Miller, who was optioned to Triple-A New Orleans on July 21.
Hayden Penn slipped coming off the mound in the sixth inning on Friday night, and after a few warmup tosses exited with a right ankle sprain.
What to do with the rotation spot vacated when Andrew Miller was placed on the 15-day DL remains unresolved — at least publicly.
Hayden Penn could fit the bill since he’s been a starter with the Orioles, and that may…