Back in September, the sports world was turned upside down when it was announced that Miami Marlins’ 24-year-old star pitcher, Jose Fernandez, had tragically passed away during a boating accident in Miami Beach. Season over and his teammates still want people to never forget how great of a guy Fernandez was, so they honored him in […]
Even on vacation, Miami Marlins superstar Giancarlo Stanton can't stop thinking about his teammate Jose Fernandez... and paid tribute to the late pitcher with some graffiti art in Brazil. Stanton -- along with teammate A.J. Ramos and L.A.…
Miami Marlins players Giancarlo Stanton and A.J. Ramos are in Brazil this week along with ex-Marlins pitcher Ricky Nolasco, and the trio (...)
The Florida Panthers opened their season Thursday night with a 2-1 overtime win over the New Jersey Devils. But before they did that, the team paid tribute to fallen Miami Marlins star Jose Fernandez, who died at the age of 24 in a boating accident in late September. The team donned No. 16 uniforms with […]
In the weeks since Jose Fernandez's death, players and coaches from around the sport have shared countless stories about what the young and gifted Marlins ace meant to them. If there is one constant among these memories and anecdotes, it's that nobody had more fun than Fernandez. Show More Summary
It might feel like old news to you, but it was just over two weeks ago that the body of 24-year-old Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez was laid to rest.
The sudden death of Miami Marlins ace pitcher Jose Fernandez in a boating accident on Sept. 25 left many in both the Major League Baseball community and the Miami community in a state of shock.
On Monday, the Miami Marlins fired hitting coach Barry Bonds, one of the greatest home run hitters in MLB history. A big reason why that happened might have been revealed later in the day, when an MLB coach told Kevin Kernan of the New...Show More Summary
The Miami Marlins fired hitting coach Barry Bonds on Wednesday, along with third base coach Lenny Harris and bullpen coach Reid Cornelius. Miami also announced a $40-million, three-year contract with third baseman Martin Prado, who would have been eligible for free agency, and exercised a $2-million...
The Miami Marlins fired hitting coach Barry Bonds, third base coach Lenny Harris and bullpen coach Reid Cornelius on Wednesday.
The Miami Marlins officially picked up the contract option on outfielder Ichiro Suzuki on Wednesday to keep him with the organization for the 2017 season. The Marlins announced the decision on their official Twitter feed. Ichiro is scheduled to make $2 million during the final year of the current deal, per Spotrac. More to follow. Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.com
It’s too bad it's not 1998. Back then, I’m sure Bonds could have improved his teammate’s bat speed and power by hooking them up with “the cream” and “the clear.” Cartoon by Rob Tornoe.
Investigators probing the death of Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez and two friends likely now know whether the three men were drinking the morning that Fernandez's boat slammed into a jetty off South Beach, the Miami Herald reported. They just aren't saying. In response to the newspaper’s...
Baseball fans in South Florida have been faced with tragedy after losing José Fernández last week, but Miami retailer SoleFly looks to bring something special for Marlins fans this month. Celebrating the Florida Marlins’ 1997 World Series victory, SoleFly decks out the Air Jordan XX3 in the team’s classic teal for a very South-Beach inspired […]
Major League Baseball home run king Barry Bonds was fired from his role as hitting coach of the Miami Marlins after failing to kickstart the team's offense during his one season in charge, the Miami Herald reported on Monday.
Barry Bonds’ tenure with the Miami Marlins is reportedly over after just one season. Jon Heyman of Today’s Knuckleball cited sources who said the Marlins elected to let the hitting coach go on Monday. Clark Spencer of the Miami Herald...Show More Summary
The Marlins will not retain Barry Bonds next year, per a report from Jon Heyman. Bonds signed on as Miami’s hitting coach before the season started, and it was his first MLB job since his last season playing for the Giants in 2007. Some...Show More Summary
Barry Bonds played 22 seasons in the major leagues during which he became MLB’s all-time leader in home runs and walks, but he lasted just one season as the Miami Marlins’ hitting coach. The team is parting ways with him, according to Knuckleball’s Jon Heyman. Craig Mish, a SiriusXM sports-radio host based out of South Florida, reported that […]
Kansas City Royals center fielder has a flair for making ridiculous circus catches. In August he robbed the Miami Marlins’ Christian Yellich of a home run with an insane Ken Griffey Jr-style catch up against the center field wall at Marlins park. On Sunday, in game 162, he made a bonkers over-the-shoulder catch at the […]
Max Scherzer earned his 20th victory of the season and drove in a career-high four runs to help the Washington Nationals beat the Miami Marlins 10-7 on Sunday.