Miami Marlins

The Marlins are planning to recall outfield prospect Jesús Sánchez from Triple-A Jacksonville, reports Craig Mish of SportsGrid (Twitter link). The 23-year-old is in line for his first opportunity at the major league level in 2021. Sánchez originally signed with the Rays and posted huge numbers at the minors’ lowest levels. He entered the 2018 season as
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The latest minor moves from around baseball… The Marlins acquired catcher/first baseman Lorenzo Quintana in a trade with the Astros.  The 32-year-old Quintana is a veteran of seven seasons in Cuba’s Serie Nacional, hitting an impressive .310/.377/.438 over 1636 plate appearances.  Quintana signed with the Astros in November 2017 and hit pretty well in his
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Marlins shortstop Miguel Rojas will go on the 10-day injured list with a dislocated finger, Craig Mish of SportsGrid reports. Rojas appears as if he’ll miss more time than the 10-day minimum, though, as Mish hears the injury is “concerning.” Rojas, who suffered the injury in a loss to the division-rival Phillies on Thursday, has
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The Marlins called up Daniel Castano to start today’s game, per Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald (via Twitter). To make room on the roster, Jose Devers was optioned to Triple-A. Castano has three starts under this belt this season totaling 13 1/3 innings with a 4.73 ERA/5.63 FIP. He was slightly more effective last
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The Rockies announced a pair of corresponding roster moves today. They selected the contract of Connor Joe from Triple-A, while right-handed pitcher Jose Mujica was optioned to Triple-A. It’s good to see Joe back in the Majors. The 28-year-old opted out of 2020 after being diagnosed with testicular cancer, writes MLB.com’s Mark Feinsand. The Rockies
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The Chicago Cubs are surely juggling offers for Willson Contreras, but things seem to be ramping up with the Miami Marlins. Whether he’s being aggressively shopped or not, the Chicago Cubs are clearly open for business on catcher Willson Contreras with multiple suitors out there (reported or not). Now, according to Craig Mish of SportsGrid, the
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Travis d’Arnaud, Freddie Freeman, Atlanta Braves. (Mandatory Credit: Jason Getz-USA TODAY Sports) Can Bam Adebayo’s Game 4 return swing the 2020 NBA Finals? by Gerald Bourguet Brusdar Graterol shouldn’t have even been a Dodger by Steven Kubitza Travis d’Arnaud has found his home as the Atlanta Braves’ starting catcher. In Travis d’Arnaud‘s first year with
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