This weekend, Hank & Harry's will open at Aventura Mall, Michelin-starred Sushi Azabu will open in Miami Beach, Dessert Wars will return to FIU Arena, Miami Brew Fest will take place at Marlins Park, and a few of Miami's female chefs will cook up complimentary food and drink during a Women Chef Restauranters regional event.
This would undoubtedly be the worst trade in Miami Marlins history
Miami Marlins outfielder Christian Yelich was "unhappy" with the team following several big trades earlier this offseason and wished to receive an explanation from the front office. Read mores | Comments
Everything is going great in Miami. Christian Yelich watched his friends and teammates Marcell Ozuna and Giancarlo Stanton get traded from the Marlins to greener pastures. They’ll both play for contenders this season, while Yelich remains...Show More Summary
Is the sculpture in danger? Update: The mayor of Miami Carlos Gimenez is also not a fan of the Dinger Machine, and is meeting with the Marlins about whether it’s possible to remove it from the stadium. Gimenez said of the gaudy but fun center field installation that it is an “eyesore” and, “I just don’t think they’re all that crazy about it. Show More Summary
C’mon now, Derek Jeter.
Miami's first brew fest of the year is coming to Marlins Park this weekend. The sixth annual Miami Beer Festival takes place Saturday, January 20th from 6 to 9 p.m. at Marlins Park Plaza, with a host of breweries serving up beers for a good cause.
Baseball icon, Players’ Tribune founder, and co-owner/CEO of the Miami Marlins, Derek Jeter shares the most important lessons of his storied career. Upon retiring from the Yankees in 2014, Derek Jeter launched the Players’ Tribune, a media company offering elite athletes a platform for engaging directly with fans. Show More Summary
The New York Yankees already made splashes this offseason with several trades, and now more MLB rumors are swirling. The team landed Miami Marlins’ star Giancarlo Stanton in one huge deal and want to continue with the additions. While...Show More Summary
Rob Foldy Is Getting Married Tomorrow! That’s right, my buddy, Sports Photographer, KelbyOne Instructor, Miami Marlins Team Photographer, Frequent Grid Guest, and all over SupaLuva Rob Foldy is settling down with a wonderful gal, late tomorrow afternoon. Show More Summary
The owners initially raised more money than they needed to buy the Marlins.
The Miami Herald has Derek Jeter's 'Project Wolverine' business model and is revealing its finer points
Document obtained by "The Miami Herald" outlines Derek Jeter's lofty financial projections for the Marlins this year.
Had a different bidder purchased the Miami Marlins, superstar Giancarlo Stanton might have remained in Florida. Instead, the Bruce Sherman/Derek Jeter group, which outbid several rivals and bought the team for $1.2 billion, traded the superstar outfielder to the New York Yankees earlier this month. Show More Summary
MLB commissioner Rob Manfred was a guest on Dan Le Betard's radio show, and faced a gauntlet of questions regarding the sale of the Miami Marlins. Le Betard pushed Manfred to admit that he knew that Derek Jeter and his group planned to gut the team and slash their payroll, a charge that Manfred repeatedly denied. Show More Summary
It’s not a great time to be a baseball fan in South Florida. The Miami Marlins’ new ownership group — fronted by Derek Jeter and backed by billionaire Bruce Sherman — announced its desire to slash pay and got right to work, trading Giancarlo Stanton and Marcell Ozuna. Show More Summary
Derek Jeter held a town hall with Miami Marlins fans on Tuesday and was criticized for his handling of the team's rebuild. Jeter has been under fire as co-owner of the Marlins for team moves, namely the Giancarlo Stanton trade. FansShow More Summary
Miami Marlins fans are understandably upset these days. Over the last several weeks, the team’s new ownership group has traded away all of it’s best players, including Giancarlo Stanton to the Yankees, Marcel Ozuna to the Cardinals, and Dee Gordon to the Mariners. On Tuesday the team held a town hall meeting for season ticket […]
Could catcher J.T. Realmuto be the next Miami player to be traded?
The MLB trades continue for the Miami Marlins, as the team has a pending deal in place to trade Marcell Ozuna to the St. Louis Cardinals for several players. The latest news arrives just after Miami’s biggest star, slugger Giancarlo Stanton, was sent to the New York Yankees late last week. Show More Summary