3/5/2015 | Stanton returns to action in Marlins' spring debut
Giancarlo Stanton and the Miami Marlins made their Grapefruit League season debut, falling to the Cardinals, 4-1.
3/5/2015 | Ichiro in hot pursuit of 3,000 hits
Ichiro Suzuki has his sights set on helping the Marlins win, and also becoming the first player from Japan to reach 3,000 hits.
3/5/2015 | Stanton comeback 'right on track'
Giancarlo Stanton's comeback took a big step on Thursday, playing four innings and had two at-bats in the Marlins' Spring Training debut against the Cardinals.
3/5/2015 | Staying in box will be challenge for Marlins hitters
With MLB's new pace-of-play rules, hitters will be adjusting to more than just facing pitchers in Spring Training and concentrate on keeping one foot in the batter's box.
3/5/2015 | Marlins promptly putting regular lineup to work
Marlins manager Mike Redmond is wasting little time testing out his new-look lineup. All the projected regulars started in Miami's Grapefruit League debut on Thursday against the Cardinals at Roger Dean Stadium.
3/3/2015 | Rule 5 lefty McKirahan makes quite the first impression
Carrying a second lefty in the bullpen isn't a necessity, but the Marlins ideally would like to have one. If first impressions mean anything, Andrew McKirahan clearly caught the eyes of the organization on Tuesday afternoon.
3/3/2015 | Marlins opt to hold Stanton out of UM exhibition
After consideration, the Marlins decided to keep Giancarlo Stanton out of the lineup on Tuesday against the University of Miami. Instead, the 25-year-old slugger participated in simulated games on the back fields at the Roger Dean Stadium complex.
3/2/2015 | Marlins get first taste of pace of play clock
Picking up the pace was not an issue for the Marlins in their exhibition opener on Monday at Roger Dean Stadium. What surprised the team was that the between-innings clock was implemented for a game against Florida International University.
3/2/2015 | Out of options, Hand keeping it simple
By choice, Brad Hand didn't give himself much of a honeymoon period. In fact, the Marlins left-hander is literally going to take his honeymoon sometime in the offseason. For now, it's all business for the 24-year-old. On Monday, two days after getting married, Hand started Miami's spring season off by throwing a scoreless first inning at Roger Dean Stadium in a 7-2 win over Florida International University.
3/2/2015 | Recently retired Pierre visits Marlins 'family'
A couple of days after announcing his retirement, Juan Pierre couldn't stay away from the ballfield. The Marlins couldn't be happier. Pierre stopped by the Roger Dean Stadium complex on Monday, sporting a Miami Heat T-shirt and his mild-mannered enthusiasm.
3/1/2015 | Marlins get crash course on pace-of-play changes
With Grapefruit League action set to begin for the Marlins on Thursday, the club has been reminded that picking up the pace of games is a high Major League Baseball priority. MLB officials met with manager Mike Redmond and president of baseball operations Michael Hill this weekend to go over the changes that will be in place in 2015.
3/1/2015 | Fernandez throws first session since Tommy John surgery
Marlins ace Jose Fernandez took another step Sunday in his rehab from Tommy John surgery when the right-hander threw a short bullpen session off the mound for the first time since last May.