Tag "Miami Marlins"

Is Bryan Reynolds on the Move?

The trade deadline creeps closer and the buzz around Bryan Reynolds is a trending topic.

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MLB DFS 7/16: Bargain Bin Diving

Back for some more fun in MLB DFS? Well, we’ve got you covered once again with the All-Star Break quickly approaching.

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MLB DFS Sunday Steals

Good morning DFS degenerates. On the first Sunday in June, we get a nine-game slate on DraftKings starting at 1:35 pm EDT.

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MLB DFS: Hurlers, Boppers, and Stacks for Monday, April 11, 2022

Ladies and gentlemen welcome back to another season of my baseball DFS content. I’m super thrilled a new season has begun, and we can get back to making money while watching the game we love. 

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Miami Marlins 2022 Season Preview

The Miami Marlins were the second-worst team in the National League East last season at 67-95. In the offseason, they made a couple of key free-agent signings and trades with General Manager Kim Ng at the helm for her second year.

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2022 National League Offseason Grades

Well, we graded the offseason for all of the American League teams. You know what that means. It’s time to look at the National League.

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2022 Miami Marlins Top 5 Prospects

The Miami Marlins have a very young and hopeful team with plenty of other young talent on the way. The holes the team has can be filled by some promising young prospects in their system.

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Hall of Fame Case: Giancarlo Stanton

Giancarlo Stanton won’t be coming onto the ballot for another 15 years or so, depending on when he hangs up the cleats. But now is as good a time as ever to look at where the 6’6, 245-pound outfielder and designated hitter currently stacks up for the Hall of Fame.

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Miami Marlins All-Time 26-Man Roster

The Marlins won two World Series titles in their short history. What does their All-Time roster look like?

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MLB Offseason Preview: Miami Marlins

The 2021 season was a tough one for the Miami Marlins. They finished fourth in the NL East with a record of 67-95.

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