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miamisportscentral Right-hander Preston Claiborne was claimed off waivers on Tuesday by the Miami Marlins after he was designated for assignment last week by the New York Yankees. The 26-year-old posted a 3-0 record with a 3.00 ERA in 18 games this past season for the Yankees. In parts of two seasons with the Yankees, Claiborne has pitched in 62 games and has a 3-2 record with four holds and a 3.80 ERA. #LetsGoMarlins #LetsGoFish #GoMarlins #GoFish #Miami #305 #MiamiMarlins #FOXSports #TheScore #MLB #NL #NLEast #Baseball #MarlinsBallPark #ILoveMarlinsPark #MarlinFamily #MarlinsCountry #MiamiSportsCentral 2d

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skyspyperez Here at #Marlinsballpark the former #OrangeBowl site wearing my #FSU jersey at the #miamibeachbowl game BYU vs. Memphis. What a great high scoring game! #lovefootball 3d

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the_phenomenal_one_hdx I just spotted the world famous Goodyear Blimp above the Marlins Ballpark.
#Miami #marlinsballpark #GoodyearBlimp
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miamisportscentral The Yankees have reportedly traded third baseman Martin Prado and pitcher David Phelps to the Marlins in exchange for pitcher Nathan Eovaldi, first baseman Garrett Jones and Domingo German, reports YES Network. The Marlins will also receive an undisclosed amount of cash in the deal. #LetsGoMarlins #LetsGoFish #GoMarlins #GoFish #Miami #305 #MiamiMarlins #FOXSports #TheScore #MLB #NL #NLEast #Baseball #MarlinsBallPark #ILoveMarlinsPark #MarlinFamily #MarlinsCountry #MiamiSportsCentral 6d
  •   _alex_gonzalez__ Ehh its okay but eovaldi was hitting 3 digits but im happy to get rid kf garret jones 6d
  •   laik_green I am mad I wanted our old lineup watch it become a repeat of 2012 6d
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miamisportscentral The market for right-hander Jake Peavy appears to be heating up. Peavy, a free agent for the first time in his career, is drawing interest from a number of teams, including the Atlanta Braves, Miami Marlins and San Francisco Giants, according to FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal. The 34-year-old authored a tale of two seasons last year, but was instrumental in helping the Giants reach the postseason before the club eventually won its third World Series title in five years. Peavy pitched to a 4.72 ERA with the Boston Red Sox in 20 starts before getting shipped to San Francisco midseason. In 12 starts with the Giants, Peavy posted a 2.17 ERA and lowered his walk and home run rates, making himself a sought-after commodity. A 13-year veteran, Peavy is a three-time All-Star and was the recipient of the 2007 National League Cy Young Award as a member of the San Diego Padres. He has a career 3.53 ERA and has also pitched for the Chicago White Sox, who dealt him to the Red Sox in 2013. Miami's interest in Peavy was first reported by ESPN's Jerry Crasnick in early December. #LetsGoMarlins #LetsGoFish #GoMarlins #GoFish #Miami #305 #MiamiMarlins #FOXSports #TheScore #MLB #NL #NLEast #Baseball #MarlinsBallPark #ILoveMarlinsPark #MarlinFamily #MarlinsCountry #MiamiSportsCentral 1w
  •   ltk561 @duuurr it just gets better 1w
  •   duuurr For real! @we.dont.need.lebron my dad doesn't like him cause he says he's a hot head but who cares as long as we win! 1w

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miamisportscentral Eager to add some protection for Giancarlo Stanton in their lineup, the Miami Marlins have a two-year deal in place with Michael Morse pending a physical, according to Joe Frisaro of MLB.com. It's been an active offseason for the Marlins, who have acquired Mat Latos, Dan Haren and Dee Gordon, but an impact bat eluded them once they were outbid by the Chicago White Sox for first baseman Adam LaRoche. Morse spent last season with the San Francisco Giants and slashed .279/.336/.475 with 16 home runs, 61 RBIs and 121 strikeouts in 131 games. The 32-year-old missed most of the final month of the season with an oblique strain and was limited to a pinch-hitter role for the majority of the playoffs. In 20 postseason at-bats, Morse hit .300 with one home run and a double. With Christian Yelich occupying left field in Miami, Morse will most likely fill in at first base - a position he's logged 173 career games at. The Marlins will mark Morse's fourth organization in as many years. In 321 games over the past four seasons, the right-handed hitter owns a .266/.313/.448 line with 47 home runs and 62 doubles. #LetsGoMarlins #LetsGoFish #GoMarlins #GoFish #Miami #305 #MiamiMarlins #FOXSports #TheScore #MLB #NL #NLEast #Baseball #MarlinsBallPark #ILoveMarlinsPark #MarlinFamily #MarlinsCountry #MiamiSportsCentral 1w

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miamisportscentral The Miami Marlins acquired pitcher Dan Haren in a trade last week with the Los Angeles Dodgers, but the right-hander might not ever pitch for the Fish. The Marlins may consider trading Haren if he plans to retire, rather than join the team, according to Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports. Haren expressed his desire earlier last month to remain in Los Angeles and stated that he would consider retirement should the Dodgers trade him to any other team but the Los Angeles Angels. The 34-year-old exercised his $10-million option for the 2015 season prior to being packaged to Miami. Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria said last Thursday that the expectation is for Haren to pitch for them next season. In 32 starts last season, Haren posted a 13-11 record and 4.02 ERA over 186 innings. #LetsGoMarlins #LetsGoFish #GoMarlins #GoFish #Miami #305 #MiamiMarlins #FOXSports #TheScore #MLB #NL #NLEast #Baseball #MarlinsBallPark #ILoveMarlinsPark #MarlinFamily #MarlinsCountry #MiamiSportsCentral 1w

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miamisportscentral The worst may be yet to come for the shorthanded Miami Heat. Already without Chris Bosh and Josh McRoberts - the latter potentially for the season - the sliding Heat may be without Dwyane Wade on Tuesday against the Brooklyn Nets. The Heat announced that due to illness, Wade did not take part in Monday's practice and was questionable to travel with the team to Brooklyn. Wade had also been listed as questionable with an illness against the Utah Jazz on Friday, though he ended up playing in that game and again in Sunday's loss to the Chicago Bulls. Wade is averaging 21.1 points, 5.5 assists, 3.6 rebounds and 1.0 steals through 17 games, having missed seven of Miami's 24 contests. The Heat enter Tuesday 11-13. #MiamiWadeCounty #WeAreNotDone #HEATLifer #StandUpMiami #DieHard #LetsGoHeat #GoHeat #Miami #305 #MiamiHeat #ESPN #TNT #CBSSports #HeatNation #NBA #EasternConference #Basketball #AAA #DontHateMiami #TurnUptheHeat #InRileyWeTrust #WadeCounty #MiamiMafia #MiamiSportsCentral 1w
  •   trevonisreal We're just losing everyone 1w
  •   herazee 😀 1w
  •   albythagreat Still early in the season. Just weather the storm. 1w
  •   purpleheartco Dope 1w
  •   godishispanic They should tell wade to get surgery and tank the season away. Get a good draft pick and go after Anthony Davis and Durant in 2 years 1w

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miamisportscentral Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports that the Marlins have engaged with free agent Michael Morse recently. Jackson adds that the club prefers to go the free agent route for a first baseman as opposed to trading pitching, such as Henderson Alvarez or Jarred Cosart.
With Melky Cabrera now off the board, Morse is one of only a few enticing hitters remaining in free agency. The list becomes even more dour when you limit to first basemen. Morse would certainly be a boon to the Marlins if he’s able to replicate his production from the 2014 season. He hit .279/.336/.475 with 16 home runs and 61 RBI in 482 plate appearances. #LetsGoMarlins #LetsGoFish #GoMarlins #GoFish #Miami #305 #MiamiMarlins #FOXSports #TheScore #MLB #NL #NLEast #Baseball #MarlinsBallPark #ILoveMarlinsPark #MarlinFamily #MarlinsCountry #MiamiSportsCentral
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miamisportscentral Marlins manager Mike Redmond underwent surgery to repair a torn right Achilles tendon on Friday, according to his Twitter account. Redmond injured his Achilles while playing a doubles tennis match with his brother recently. He's expected to be fully recovered in approximately 10 weeks and read for the start of spring training in mid-February, per MLB.com. Redmond spent 13 years in the majors as a player and led the Marlins to a fourth-place finish (77-85) in his second season as a manager. He has a .429 winning percentage as a manager. #LetsGoMarlins #LetsGoFish #GoMarlins #GoFish #Miami #305 #MiamiMarlins #FOXSports #TheScore #MLB #NL #NLEast #Baseball #MarlinsBallPark #ILoveMarlinsPark #MarlinFamily #MarlinsCountry #MiamiSportsCentral 2w

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miamisportscentral CBS Sports’ Jon Heyman writes that the Marlins have signed infielder Scott Sizemore to a minor league contract. Chris Cotillo of MLB Daily Dish first mentioned that a deal was likely to get done.
Sizemore turns 30 in April and has appeared in just eight games at the major league level since the the 2011 season. He missed all of 2012 after tearing the ACL in his left knee and appeared in just two games in 2013 before tearing the very same ligament. The Yankees brought Sizemore up for six games this past season, but he spent the majority of the year in Triple-A and batted .266/.329/.433 with seven home runs and 41 RBI over 81 games. Sizemore has extensive experience between second base and third base and even played some first base this season, so he could have a chance to make the Marlins as a utility infielder in the spring. #LetsGoMarlins #LetsGoFish #GoMarlins #GoFish #Miami #305 #MiamiMarlins #FOXSports #TheScore #MLB #NL #NLEast #Baseball #MarlinsBallPark #ILoveMarlinsPark #MarlinFamily #MarlinsCountry #MiamiSportsCentral
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