Tag "Miami Marlins"

National League East Monthly Recap

Through April, the National League East was led by the Philadelphia Phillies at 13-13. Every other division leader in Major League Baseball was at least five games over .500. Let’s break down how the teams got off to a less-than-stellar start.

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Sunday Shenanigans 5: The Worst Call At First In 11 Years?

There have been a ton of absolutely awful calls by Major League umpires. Luckily, this has mostly been erased by the replay rule, as whenever an umpire messes up, the affected team can usually choose to review the play to change the outcome.

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A Surprise Marlins Rookie is Lighting Up the League

In their wins against Jacob deGrom and Corbin Burnes, the Marlins allowed a combined zero runs. Who was their starting pitcher in those two games? It was Trevor Rogers. For those who were previously unaware of Rogers, it may be time that to start paying attention to this 23-year-old.

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Dorcas Diamond Picks: Saturday April 24 2021

We are back at it on this great Saturday. Really enjoy breaking down these games. We hope that you are able to check them out at some point before the first pitch. Another full slate is on deck, headlined by the Dodgers and Padres for round two. However, my attention will be elsewhere for betting purposes. Read on to find out about today’s Diamond Picks.

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MLB DFS: Going Back To Cali

A couple of battles going on late tonight on the West Coast deserve our attention. Let’s dive right in with a few values for you to get in your MLB DFS lineups tonight.

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MLB Hitters Of The Week April 11th-18th

Another impressive round of hitting performances last week. Here are the guys who really made the grade.

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Miami Marlins 2021 Season Preview

Following a promising 2020 and a plethora of offseason moves, Marlins fans have reason to be optimistic for the upcoming season.

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2021 Miami Marlins Top 5 Prospects

The Miami Marlins surprised a lot of people last season as they broke their playoff drought. Despite using 61 different players, including 25 position players because of COVID-19 protocols, they made the postseason for the first time since 2003. Their young players from their farm system were a huge key to that as their top five could make an impact this year.

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Hall of Fame Case: Gary Sheffield

For over two decades, Gary Sheffield was one of the game’s most prolific hitters. Playing for the Brewers, Padres, Marlins, Dodgers, Braves, Yankees, Tigers, and Mets from 1988-2009, the native of Tampa, FL will again be eligible for induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame.

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MLB Offseason Preview: Miami Marlins

Much to people’s surprise, the Miami Marlins made the playoffs and finished with a 31-29 record. What do they need to do to build on their success in 2020?

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