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Dee Gordon and the Miami Marlins formally announced a five-year contract worth $50 million on Monday. It is Gordon's first massive contract after earning a total of $4.6 million during the first five years of his MLB career. Part of Gordon's new mega-deal was a $1.5 million signing bonus. Show More Summary
Left-hander Wei-Yin Chen has finalized an $80 million, five-year contract with the Miami Marlins.
NL batting champion Dee Gordon has signed a five-year contract with the Miami Marlins.
Dee Gordon is retained by the Miami Marlins in a deal worth $50 million for five years.
Free-agent Wei-Yin Chen finally gets a new and much better deal for five years with the Miami Marlins.
A person familiar with the negotiations says reigning NL batting champion Dee Gordon has agreed to terms on a $50 million, five-year contract extension with the Miami Marlins, avoiding salary arbitration.
According to CBS Sports' Jon Heyman, the Miami Marlins have agreed with second baseman Dee Gordon to a five-year, $50 million deal on Wednesday. Gordon garnered his second All-Star Game appearance in his first year with the Marlins in 2015, leading the National League with 205 hits. Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.com
The Miami Marlins officially signed starting pitcher Edwin Jackson on Wednesday with hopes of bolstering their rotation. Joe Frisaro of MLB.com confirmed the addition to the team's staff. Mike Axisa of CBS Sports noted Jackson is slated...Show More Summary
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Say what you want about the Miami Marlins —and we're about to say a lot of unkind things —but they have made a fine art out of not having a plan. The latest example came Tuesday, with the news that Miami had signed left-hander Wei-Yin...Show More Summary
The Miami Marlins aimed to fortify their starting rotation this offseason and hit their target on Tuesday by reaching agreement with left-handed pitcher Chen Wei-yin, according to a report on Major League Baseball's website.
The Miami Marlins have fortified their rotation and bench by adding left-hander Wei-Yin Chen and infielder Chris Johnson.
Starting pitcher Wei-Yin Chen reportedly signed with the Miami Marlins on Tuesday on a five-year deal with a vesting player option for a sixth year, per Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports. ESPN's Buster Olney confirmed the deal. According to...Show More Summary
As of late last week, a little more than two months after his 13-year, many-titled tenure with the Marlins ended, Dan Jennings mulled four different front office job offers from around baseball. Then came a brief phone call, a fifth offer, and a decision: Jennings would join the Nationals front office as a Special Assistant to General Manager Mike Rizzo.Read full article >>
Jeff Francoeur could be back in the bigs for another season after all. Jon Heyman of CBS Sports reported Monday t he Miami Marlins are interested in adding a right-handed bat with veteran leadership and have considered Francoeur to fill...Show More Summary
After recently being declared a free agent by Major League Baseball, Cuban right-hander Yasiel Sierra's market is starting to develop. Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports reported the Miami Marlins are among the teams that will pursue Sierra,...Show More Summary
Former Miami Marlins general manager Dan Jennings is going back to the National League East, joining the Washington Nationals as an assistant general manager. Jon Morosi of Fox Sports first reported Jennings was expected to join Washington's front office. Show More Summary
Once a #MarlinsAlum, always a #MarlinsAlum. Congratulations @mikepiazza31 on being elected into the @BaseballHall! pic.twitter.com/HZkl7jhohw — Miami Marlins (@Marlins) January 6, 2016 Once a Marlin, always a Marlin, right? Despite suiting...Show More Summary
The Miami Marlins continue to push outfielder Marcell Ozuna on teams for a potential trade, with a market reportedly starting to develop. According to Jeff Passan of Yahoo Sports, the market for Ozuna is "moving fast" with "multiple teams" in talks with the Marlins. Show More Summary