Pulling off three walk-off victories in five days has the Marlins taking a wait-and-see approach to making drastic deals.
Cantu’s hand healing
By The Fish Pond
The latest medical evaluation on Jorge Cantu’s sore left hand is encouraging.
When the team was in Pittsburgh on Wednesday, Cantu was sent back to South Florida, where…
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.
Another example of how Emilio Bonifacio hurts a defense? Balks.
When Bonifacio singled to open the sixth inning off New York’s Sean Green, he put the Mets on guard. Green threw over a couple of times to first baseman Carlos…
By Alden Gonzalez
The Angels are nearing a deal for free-agent infielder Jorge Cantu, Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com reported via Twitter on Friday afternoon.
What Jorge Cantu is doing right now is impressive. It’s also potentially historic.
The Marlins cleanup hitter is riding a seven-game hitting streak, as well as a string of seven straight games with at least one…
Mention the name Mike Lowell, and there automatically is intrigue.
Raised in Miami, and one of the most popular Marlins ever, Lowell’s name has been floated in trade talks for months. To some degree, the Marlins…
Rockies general manager Dan O’Dowd has said it’s doubtful he can land a big bat, but he’s trying. According to The Denver Post, the Rockies have aggressively pursued switch-hitting Lance Berkman to play the outfield…
The power of positive thinking has worked for Jorge Cantu.
Entering Saturday with 99 RBIs, Cantu wasted little time reaching the century mark.
It was a difficult decision, but one the Marlins felt they had to make because the risk was too high.
On Saturday night, the club opted to non-tender versatile Alfredo Amezaga, making the 31-year-old…