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Fish Stripes Jan 14, 2020
Offseason Fish—1/14/19

Offseason Fish—1/14/19

@Tiburones_net/Twitter Miguel Rojas (Venezuela) and Jarlin García (Dominican Republic) are focused on winning championships for their homelands. For many players within the Marlins organization, baseball never stops. Just like last year, Fish Stripes will be consistently updating the whereabouts of your favorite Fish during the offseason. At FishStripes.com/offseason, you can find updates on them, including stats, highlights and (small sample size) analysis. View this post on Instagram Sixto Sánchez is on the verge of realizing his big league dreams ...
Fish Stripes Jan 10, 2020
The case for Sierra as Marlins center fielder

The case for Sierra as Marlins center fielder

Photo by Ralph Freso/ A promising September showing and a need for the Marlins to be more aggressive and effective on the basepaths opens the door for Magneuris Sierra to start in center field. The Marlins will sport one of the most fluid lineups in all of baseball in 2020, with the likes of Jonathan Villar, Jon Berti, Miguel Rojas, Brian Anderson, and Garrett Cooper all capable of playing different positions on any given night. That level of versatility should allow Miami to start competitive lineups on a regular basis—injuries aside—and reduce the number of sub-replacement-level...
Fish Stripes Jan 10, 2020
What Statcast’s Outs Above Average says about Marlins infielders

What Statcast’s Outs Above Average says about Marlins infielders

Yup, another data point that suggests Miguel Rojas is smooth. | Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports ... Marlins Miguel Rojas Jonathan Villar Brian Anderson Isan Díaz Jesús Aguilar Garrett Cooper Jon Berti https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1lzbIFHDOrKr61gOSbCjA64o6naeJc4JNHI0UJ6e6PkQ/edit?usp=sharing Via Statcast and FanGraphs Starlin Castro
Fish Stripes Jan 7, 2020
Marlins finalize Corey Dickerson signing, DFA Austin Brice

Marlins finalize Corey Dickerson signing, DFA Austin Brice

Photo by Michael Reaves/ The long anticipated veteran outfielder addition is now official, but with a surprising twist. Welcome to the Marlins, Corey Dickerson! His two-year, $17.5 million deal was announced by the team Tuesday morning. It’s easily the largest financial commitment made to any individual player under the current Derek Jeter/Bruce Sherman ownership group (surpassing the Miguel Rojas extension). The 30-year-old left-handed batter projects as the semi-regular starting left fielder for the Fish in 2020. He owns a career .286/.328/.504 slash line (117 wRC+) through seven...
Fish Stripes Jan 7, 2020
Offseason Fish—1/7/19

Offseason Fish—1/7/19

Miguel Rojas is expected to suit up for his longtime Venezuelan team, Tiburones de La Guaira. | Photo by @MRojasOfficial/Twitter Current and former Marlins players are trying to carry their teams to berths in the prestigious Caribbean Series. For many players within the Marlins organization, baseball never stops. Just like last year, Fish Stripes will be consistently updating the whereabouts of your favorite Fish during the offseason. At FishStripes.com/offseason, you can find updates on them, including stats, highlights and (small sample size) analysis. Lewis Brinson won the Don’t...
Fish Stripes Jan 1, 2020
Miguel Rojas unblocks @fishstripes on Twitter

Miguel Rojas unblocks @fishstripes on Twitter

Photo by Patrick McDermott/ The most surprising “transaction” of the Marlins offseason so far! What was the highlight of your New Year’s celebration? Maybe you went out for a delicious meal, loaded up on college football bowl games or shared an intimate moment with your significant other. This was mine: Welcome back @fishstripes Happy New year.— Miguel Rojas (@MRojasOfficial) January 1, 2020 I spend a lot of time on Twitter, probably too much, flipping between the @fishstripes account, the @pitcherlist account and my personal one. For the most part, my experience on that...

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