It’s not often a 23-year-old marches into the Major Leagues and puts up the numbers Marcell Ozuna did in 2014. You can blame the relative obscurity of a 77-win Miami Marlins team, but that doesn’t change the fact that Ozuna is one of the more talented young outfielders in the game and should continue to blossom in an improved lineup in 2015.
After one of the craziest MLB trade deadlines ever, let’s take a look at who made the best moves of the day.
Sometimes a team’s best players don’t make the All-Star team. Here are the National League’s mid-season team MVPs.
Brandon Maurer began well, holding Miami hitless into the fifth inning. Then, he wore down in a hurry during his first start of the season for the Seattle Mariners.
Chris Young’s first start in the majors in more than a year resulted in six scoreless innings — unfortunately, he doesn’t have a win to show for it. On Friday, the 34-year-old veteran looks to build off the fantastic outing and kick Seattle off the three-game losing skid it’s in the middle of.
The Marlins look to the 22-year-old Christian Yelich to lead off and start in left field.
Wednesday, the Marlins traded Logan Morrison to the M’s in exchange for right-handed relief pitcher Carter Capps
The downfall of Chone Figgins continued Wednesday after being released by the Miami Marlins, according to the Miami Herald.
There won’t be a whole lot of things to look forward to in Miami this season, but watching Jacob Turner develop will be one of them.
Former Mariners utility player Chone Figgins is hoping to turn his career around with the Miami Marlins after agreeing to a minor league deal that includes an invite to Spring Training.