Prospects Isan Diaz, Lewis Brinson called up
Neil Walker and Cesar Puello placed on 10-day injured list
NEW YORK -- Prior to Monday’s doubleheader, the Marlins recalled second baseman Isan Diaz and outfielder Lewis Brinson from Triple-A New Orleans, while placing infielder Neil Walker (right sprained index finger) and outfielder César Puello (left hip flexor strain) on the 10-day injured list.
Both Diaz and Brinson, who came
Inbox: What's reasoning behind Deadline deals?
Beat reporter Joe Frisaro answers questions from Marlins fans
Yes, we had a surplus of pitching. But why trade Zac Gallen, a front-end starting pitcher for a shortstop -- Jazz Chisholm -- who strikes out 34 percent of the time? He looks a lot like Lewis Brinson 2.0.
My first reaction to the deal was this was
Gallen leads shutout with 7 two-hit innings
Rookie right-hander records multiple career highs en route to first win
CHICAGO -- Zac Gallen ventured into uncharted territory in his MLB career on Wednesday night, and took a big step forward in staking a claim to be a rotation regular with the Marlins.
The rookie right-hander established big league highs for innings (seven) and strikeouts (nine), as well as a
Marlins not rushing top prospect Sanchez
Hill: 'It’s a special arm. You keep him healthy and you keep building'
CHICAGO -- Sixto Sanchez has found a comfort zone at Double-A Jacksonville, and the Marlins remain in no hurry to rush the development of their top prospect.
On Tuesday, Sanchez made his 13th start of the season for the Jumbo Shrimp, and 15th overall counting two earlier in the year
Yamamoto's undefeated streak comes to an end
Marlins rookie views first big test as a learning experience
LOS ANGELES -- Rookie seasons are marked with all kinds of firsts. For Jordan Yamamoto, his outing on Sunday at Dodger Stadium included some less-desirable ones.
In his seventh Major League start, Yamamoto was charged with five runs en route to his first loss as the Marlins dropped the series
Bleday debuts as Stewart just misses no-hitter
No. 4 overall pick in 2019 Draft hits third and goes 1-for-4
JUPITER, Fla. -- On Saturday, the Marlins and Class A Advanced Jupiter promoted the professional debut of outfielder JJ Bleday, but the night belonged to left-handed pitching prospect Will Stewart.
Bleday had a single in four at-bats, and Stewart had a no-hitter intact for 8 2/3 innings before allowing a
Marlins No. 2 prospect out following wrist surgery
Triple-A outfielder Harrison expected to miss 4-6 weeks
LOS ANGELES -- Marlins No. 2 prospect Monte Harrison underwent surgery on his right wrist during the All-Star break, the club announced on Friday. The Triple-A New Orleans outfielder is expected to miss 4-6 weeks.
The 23-year-old is batting .284/.372/.479 with nine home runs for the Baby Cakes. He's ranked
Mesa brothers making steady progress in Minors
Siblings 'talk every day,' grateful for teams' proximity
JUPITER, Fla. -- The youngest player on the Marlins’ Rookie-level Gulf Coast League roster, outfielder Victor Mesa Jr. already is establishing himself hitting second in the lineup.
Mesa Jr. usually has an at-bat or two by the time his older brother, Victor Victor Mesa, arrives at the Roger Dean Chevrolet
Bleday, Marlins' top Draft pick, signs deal
Outfielder Misner and pitcher Mokma also in the fold before deadline
MIAMI -- Freshly clean-shaven, JJ Bleday spent his first day of professional baseball officially signing with the Marlins and then going through batting practice with the Major League club. The No. 4 overall pick in the 2019 MLB Draft, Bleday showed a glimpse of his huge upside as a power
Source: Marlins have deal with top pick Bleday
Negotiations progressing with Competitive Balance Round A pick Misner
MIAMI -- The Marlins have reached agreement with Vanderbilt outfielder JJ Bleday, the No. 4 overall selection in the 2019 MLB Draft, according to a source. His bonus will be $6,670,000, $6,000 over the slot value, MLB.com's Jim Callis reported.
Negotiations also are progressing with Missouri outfielder Kameron Misner, the
Miami eyes Sanchez, more at Futures Game
Trade Deadline decisions loom on Romo, Walker, Grandy, others
ATLANTA -- In 2017, the Sirius XM All-Star Futures Game was played at Marlins Park, and representing the Marlins that afternoon were third-base prospect Brian Anderson and reliever Tayron Guerrero.
As it turns out, a future Marlins outfielder also was on the field that day, then representing the Brewers. Lewis
Harrison (right wrist) to miss Futures Game
Marlins No. 2 prospect to see hand specialist in Miami
ATLANTA -- Marlins No. 2 prospect Monte Harrison had been scheduled to showcase his talents on Sunday in the SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game, but a lingering right wrist injury derailed those plans. The outfielder will instead head to Miami to be evaluated by a hand specialist.
Marlins president of baseball
Marlins encouraged with Bleday, Misner talks
Miami announces signings of four more Draft picks
ATLANTA -- The Marlins on Friday announced the signings of four 2019 Draft picks: right-hander Bryan Hoeing (seventh round), two players from Vanderbilt’s national championship team -- left-hander Zach King (13th round) and infielder Julian Infante (36th round) -- and catcher Dustin Skelton (18th round) from Mississippi State University.
Anderson sits Wednesday to rest elbow
Smith eyes Saturday return; optimism for international signings
WASHINGTON -- The hope was that Brian Anderson’s right elbow contusion wouldn’t keep him out of Wednesday night’s starting lineup against the Nationals, but he was limited to pinch-hitting duty after a nasty run-in with the right-field fence on Tuesday night.
Still, Marlins manager Don Mattingly was optimistic the ailment
Marlins sign 11 international prospects
Class led by Salas, No. 10 on Int'l Prospects list, from Venezuela
The Marlins are once again investing in top international talent as part of their overall plan to deepen their system and develop Major League players for the future.
The Marlins agreed to deals with 11 international free agents Tuesday, headlined by Venezuelan shortstop Jose Salas, ranked No. 10 on MLB
Trio of Marlins headed to Futures Game
Sanchez, Harrison, Diaz to play in the All-Star Week prospect showcase
MIAMI -- The Marlins are building for a brighter future, and the accumulation of talent acquired in some of their biggest trades is getting noticed. Three of Miami's top prospects will be taking a global stage, representing the organization at the 2019 SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game.
3rd time through order trips up Gallen in loss
Marlins plate four runs in ninth but can't complete comeback
MIAMI -- Everything changed for Zac Gallen in a span of five pitches. That’s how quickly things can turn in the big leagues for a starter, especially when it comes to making it through a lineup a third time.
It’s a challenge for all starting pitchers, and the third time