Rumors and speculations continue to swirl around the Miami Marlins who are reportedly actively shopping slugger Giancarlo Stanton. Several MLB teams have reportedly expressed interest in acquiring Stanton but no deal has happened until now. Show More Summary
The enormity of Miami Marlins slugger Giancarlo Stanton’s contract, which can pay him $295 million over the next 10 seasons, is expected to keep the Dodgers from being a serious bidder for his services, according to people familiar with the situation. That could change as the winter takes shape,...
Miami Marlins outfielder Giancarlo Stanton has been frequently mentioned in various trade rumors in the past months. Since the offseason started, four MLB teams have reportedly expressed interest in adding him to their team. These include the Boston Red Sox, New York Giants, St. Show More Summary
With the baseball offseason now underway, MLB trade rumors continue to circulate, particularly around the Miami Marlins. The team is under new ownership with former New York Yankees star Derek Jeter taking over the helm as CEO. That means it’s rebuilding time. Show More Summary
MLB trade rumors suddenly suggest the Miami Marlins could trade Giancarlo Stanton and Christian Yelich to the St. Louis Cardinals. The Stanton trade rumors have been floating around for a few weeks now, with the Cardinals very interested in adding offense through a trade rather than free agency. Show More Summary
Giancarlo Stanton is headed for an offseason full of rumors with the Miami Marlins expected to shop him in trade talks. His name was extremely popular at the 2017 trade deadline and those rumors are expected to heat up in a big way this...Show More Summary
When Don Mattingly took his managerial talents to South Beach two winters ago, preferring a long-term contract with the Miami Marlins to a short-term deal to stay in Los Angeles, … Click to Continue »
When Don Mattingly took his managerial talents to South Beach two winters ago, preferring a long-term contract with the Miami Marlins to a short-term deal to stay in Los Angeles, the Dodgers cleared out the coaching staff. The bench coach, first base coach, third base coach, bullpen coach? All...
This session starts today at 1:30pm eastern. Baseball legend, and CEO of the Miami Marlins, Derek Jeter, talks with Jeff Levick, CEO of The Player’s Tribune, about finding professional fulfillment after the dream career. This session...Show More Summary
Miami Marlins outfielder Giancarlo Stanton is due to make $25 million (U.S.) next season in the fourth year of a 13-year deal.
Somos Live! A Concert For Disaster Relief' at the Universal Studios Lot in Los Angeles, California and at Marlins Park in Miami, Florida on October 14, 2017.
Derek Jeter received a warm welcome in Miami from tons of big names in music last night! The 43-year-old retired baseball player and part owner of the Miami Marlins was was all smiles at a star-studded dinner hosted for him by Sean “Diddy” Combs on Thursday (October 12) at Miami hotspot Komodo. They were joined [...]
Derek Jeter got a proper Miami introduction on Thursday night -- a star-studded welcome bash co-hosted by P. Diddy!! The new Marlins owner turned up with Diddy and friends at KOMODO... with huge artists like DJ Khaled, Busta Rhymes...
The Miami Marlins remain in the news for owner-related reasons
Jeter is the new owner of the Miami Marlins, of course
Miami Marlins outfielder Giancarlo Stanton hit a league-leading 59 home runs this season, but it’s safe to say he’d trade places with New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge right about now. The post Stanton is Home Run King, but Judge Gets Last Laugh appeared first on The Good Men Project.
On Tuesday, Derek Jeter spent his first day on the job as new Owner and CEO of the Miami Marlins. Not surprisingly, the Marlins and Major League Baseball both shot out some silly photos of Jeter doing the whole “let’s get down to business” thing in a sparsely decorated office with not one but two iPads […]
Commentary: The former Yankees star and now Miami Marlins part-owner unveils his new office. Two iPads and one large hand-sanitizer dispenser. Welcome to the modern world.
Miami's new CEO couldn't escape being made fun of, even if it was a bit unwarranted
Jeter promised to foster a different culture than Jeffrey Loria did in his tenure