Tag Archives: miami marlins

  • 15 Best Players Ever Dumped by the Marlins

    15 Best Players Ever Dumped by the Marlins

    On Tuesday, the Miami Marlins franchise sunk to a new all-time low when they traded every single player earning any kind of money to the Toronto Blue Jays for a handful of prospects, a homophobic defensive wizard, and…um…well, that’s it. Of course, fans of the Marlins had grown used to the team’s so-called “fire-sales,” and […]

  • Seven Years Later, Adam Greenberg Got His One At-Bat (Video)

    Seven Years Later, Adam Greenberg Got His One At-Bat (Video)

    It took seven years, a lot of hard work, a dedicated fan, and a baseball team eliminated from the post season and looking for a gimmick to sell a few more tickets, but last night Adam Greenberg finally got his one at-bat in the Major Leagues. We told you about Greenberg last week. On July […]

  • Stat Line Of The Night — 8/8/12 — Giancarlo Stanton

    Stat Line Of The Night — 8/8/12 — Giancarlo Stanton

    The Miami Marlins rank an abysmal 29th in the league in runs scored this season, but their offense was certainly alive and well during last night’s thrashing of the New York Mets, and it was being led by none other than their slugging right-fielder, Giancarlo Stanton. Stanton stepped up to the plate five times during […]

  • Carlos Lee Hit Umpire Joe West In The Head With His Bat (Video)

    Carlos Lee Hit Umpire Joe West In The Head With His Bat (Video)

    Is it just me, or have baseball umpires had it particularly rough this year? To recap, just this season alone, we’ve seen an umpire get hit in the head with a broken bat, punched in the face by Yorvit Torrealba, hit in the junk by a 96 mph Stephen Strasberg fastball, forced to tackle a […]

  • Stat Line Of The Night — 5/7/12 — Carlos Zambrano

    Stat Line Of The Night — 5/7/12 — Carlos Zambrano

    Through his first four starts of the 2012 MLB season, Carlos Zambrano couldn’t seem to buy a win, as he complied an 0-2 record of his own, while the Miami Marlins went 0-4 over the course of his first four starts.  That slow start is especially disappointing when you consider the fact that Zambrano allowed […]