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22 hours ago All-Time Marlins Countdown: Chapter 46
Photo by Elsa/Getty Images Trevor Rogers and Isaac Galloway feature in today’s All-Time Marlins Countdown chapter. Through their first 28 seasons of play, the Florida and Miami Marlins have employed 630 players for at least one plate appearance or batter faced. This offseason, Fish Stripes is going over all of them, from number 630 all the way to number one, which we’ll get to on the last day of the offseason. We’ve already looked at 280 of them, but we still have a long way to go. Today’s group of five all have collected between 75 and 249 PA/BF as of the end of the 2020 campaign, and all are very slightly below replacement level. 350. Isaac Galloway Isaac Galloway is a six-foot-two right-handed hitting and throwing outfielder from Pomona Valley, California. In 2008, the Marlins took him in round eight out of high school. By 2010, he was considered the number eight prospect in Florida’s system. Galloway took a long time to reach the majors. He wasn’t bad enough to straight up cut ties with, and he wasn’t quite good enough to make the final break into the big leagues for 10 full minor league seasons and change. In 2018, he finally made the jump to the parent club. Photo by Joel Auerbach/Getty Images Galloway made his debut on July 31, 2018, collecting a single in his only plate appearance and later scoring a run in an eventual 11-6 loss to the Atlanta Braves. On August 19, he played center field and batted seventh in the lineup, going three-for-five and falling a triple short of the cycle as the Marlins topped the Washington Nationals, 12-1. In 43 games total, Galloway went 13-for-64 from the plate with three doubles, three home runs, and seven RBI. He drew nine walks, scored seven runs, and struck out 21 times. Defensively, he played 155 1?3 errorless innings in the outfield, with near equal shifts in left (41 1?3 innings), right (53 2?3 innings), and center (60 1?3 innings). Galloway returned to the Marlins parent club level to start 2019, and spent April and May in Miami. He went nine-for-54 at the dish with one double and one RBI. He drew no walks and struck out 17 times. On May 11, he was assigned to the New Orleans Baby Cakes at the Triple-A level and didn’t get back to the majors again. On September 30, the Marlins granted his free agency. 349. Trevor Rogers Trevor Rogers is a six-foot-five left-handed starting pitcher from Carlsbad, New Mexico. In 2017, the Marlins made him their first round choice out of high school, with the 13th overall selection in the draft. The Marlins didn’t press Rogers into action right away, keeping him out of play until his debut in 2018 with the Single-A Greensboro Grasshoppers. In 17 starts, he went 2-7 with a 5.82 ERA and 85 strikeouts in 72 2?3 innings with a 1.56 WHIP. Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images Rogers split the 2019 campaign between the High-A Jupiter Hammerheads and the Double-A Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp. He put up a 6-10 record in 23 starts in total, with a 2.90 ERA, a 1.14 WHIP, and 150 K’s in 136 1?3 frames. After a solid showing through and through, Rogers opened the 2020 season as the Marlins number eight prospect, according to the MLB Pipeline. Rogers wasn't expected to join the Marlins parent club in 2020, but events contrived to see him join the rotation in late-August for the remainder of the season. He started seven games, posting a 1-2 record and a 6.11 ERA. He struck out 39 in 28 innings, for a ridiculous 12.54 K/9, but also allowed a 1.607 WHIP. Rogers had his best and worst on display on September 6 in a 5-4 loss to the Tampa Bay Rays. He struck out 10 in what would remain his only quality start of the season, but of the four hits he allowed, three were solo home runs. Sixty-three percent of his 568 total pitches landed in the strike zone, and he generated swinging strikes on 13 percent of his offerings. He’s expected to hold down a spot in the rotation in 2021, and improve his standing in the next All-Time Marlins Countdown that I’ll be writing in the 2025-26 offseason. Mark your calendars! 348. Hansel Izquierdo Hansel Izquierdo is a six-foot-two, right-handed pitcher from La Habana, Cuba. In 1995, the Marlins selected him out of Southwest Miami HS in the seventh round. It didn’t pan out initially, and the Marlins released him almost exactly two years later. He signed on with the Chicago White Sox, and later with the Cleveland Indians. Izquierdo resigned with the Marlins after the 2000 campaign, and spent 2001 between three Marlins affiliates, the Single-A Kane County Cougars, the High-A Brevard County Manatees, and the Double-A Portland Sea Dogs. In 2002, Izquierdo made his major league debut. Photo by Matthew Stockman/Getty Images Izquierdo came out of the bullpen 18 times for the Marlins through the first three months of the season, and also started twice. He went 2-0 with a 4.55 ERA and a 1.82 WHIP, and walked more (21) than he struck out (20). He generated strikes on 58 percent of his offerings. On May 9, in his first career start, Izquierdo pitched five scoreless innings, allowing three hits and three walks. He struck out two and earned his first victory. The Marlins sent him down to the Triple-A Calgary Cannons at the end of June, then released him at the end of the season. Izquierdo went on to play in the minors for the Montreal Expos, the Boston Red Sox, the New York Yankees, the Chicago Cubs, and the Pittsburgh Pirates before playing four seasons in the Mexican League. 347. Toby Borland Toby Borland is a six-foot-six right-handed pitcher from Ruston, Louisiana. The Philadelphia Phillies drafted him in the 27th round of the 1987 draft out of high school. Borland debuted with the Phillies at the major league level in 1994, and also played for the New York Mets, the Boston Red Sox, the Philadelphia Phillies, and the Anaheim Angels before making his way to the Marlins. He went 9-8 with a 4.11 ERA and 178 strikeouts in 228 innings through his pre-Marlins career. Photo by Eliot J. Schechter/Getty Images Florida signed Borland through free agency after the 2001 season. then played his final three major league seasons with the Marlins. He came out of the bullpen 40 times, pitching a total of 41 2?3 innings. He went 2-1 with a 4.54 ERA and 33 whiffs against 25 walks. He made one error in 10 fielding chances, and didn’t have a plate appearance while with the team. Borland’s best game with the Marlins, measuring by WPA according to Baseball Reference, was on April 27, 2003. He struck out one batter over two hitless innings, pitching the 13th and 14th innings of an eventual 20-inning, 7-6 loss to the St. Louis Cardinals. 346. Mark Smith Mark Smith was a six-foot-three outfielder when originally drafted in the first round of the 1991 draft by the Baltimore Orioles. A Pasadena, California native, Smith hit .336 and slugged .668 in his final collegiate season with the University of Southern California. He hit 16 homers with 80 RBI and stole 18 bases in 22 chances with the Trojans. Once turned professional, Smith made his major league debut with the Orioles in 1994, and later spent two seasons with the Pittsburgh Pirates. Before joining the Marlins, he slashed .243/.320/.404 in 197 contests, with 18 round-trippers and 73 RBI. Granted free agency following the 1998 season, Smith signed with the Marlins just over a year later. Smith spent the entire 2000 season with the Marlins at the major league level, and appeared in 104 contests. He went 47-for-192 with eight doubles, a triple, and five homers with 27 RBI. He drew 17 walks, scored 22 runs, and struck out 54 times. On July 2, Smith accounted for all of Florida’s offense with a pair of solo home runs in a 2-1 win against the Montreal Expos. Smith spent the 2001 season with those same Expos, then later got back to the majors in 2003 with the Milwaukee Brewers.
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22 hours ago Around SB Nation: What Other NFL Blogs Are Discussing
Photo by Jamie Sabau/Getty Images Weekly, we take a look around the SB Nation family of NFL blogs. Here are the news stories and analysis they are discussing. AFC EAST: New England Patriots (via Pats Pulpit) Bill Belichick shares his thoughts on a potential Matt Patricia return - Pats PulpitPatricia was fired as Detroit’s head coach over the weekend. New York Jets (via Gang Green Nation) Jets Week 12 Co-Anti-Game Balls: Sam Darnold and Adam Gase - Gang Green NationThe Jets lost once again on Sunday, which means it is time to give out another anti-game ball. This has been the kind of year that has forced me to break all of the rules for the anti-game ball. I... Buffalo Bills (via Buffalo Rumblings) Playoff Picture: Buffalo can clinch AFC East as early as Week 14 - Buffalo RumblingsLet’s take a look at a scenario AFC NORTH: Baltimore Ravens (via Baltimore Beatdown) Ravens at Steelers: Can the Ravens avoid being swept? - Baltimore BeatdownHopefully the Ravens can hand Pittsburgh their first loss this Tuesday Pittsburgh Steelers (via Behind the Steel Curtain) NFL announces start time for Steelers vs. Ravens on Wednesday night - Behind the Steel CurtainThe NFL has made some interesting decisions lately, and the start time for the Week 12 game vs. the Ravens would be the latest. Cincinnati Bengals (via Cincy Jungle) Bengals News: Tim McGee has perfect quote for Zac Taylor, who should be on hot seat - Cincy JungleWinning in the NFL is tough, but you have to find a way. Zac Taylor hasn’t done that. Cleveland Browns (via Dawgs By Nature) Where are your former Browns now? K Phil Dawson - Dawgs By Nature25 questions with one of Cleveland’s best clutch kickers and franchise leader AFC SOUTH: Houston Texans (via Battle Red Blog) BREAKING NEWS: Will Fuller Suspended For Six Games - Battle Red BlogThe Texans’ receiver says he took a medication prescribed by a physician that was in violation of the NFL’s PED policy. Tennessee Titans (via Music City Miracles) Recap: Derrick Henry powers Titans to a win and the AFC South lead - Music City MiraclesIn a key AFC South showdown — the second meeting in three weeks — the Tennessee Titans got a little revenge. Tied at the top of the division, this late-season meeting was a big one as we start to... Jacksonville Jaguars (via Big Cat Country) Why didn’t the Jaguars fire Doug Marrone? - Big Cat CountryShortly after the Jacksonville Jaguars lost 27-25 to the Cleveland Browns and were officially eliminated from the 2020 NFL Playoffs, the team announced that general manager Dave Caldwell had been... Indianapolis Colts (via Stampede Blue) Colts Punter Rigoberto Sanchez Will Have Surgery to Remove a Cancerous Tumor - Stampede BlueIndianapolis Colts punter Rigoberto Sanchez announced via his personal Instagram page that he has a cancerous tumor and will be undergoing surgery on Tuesday to remove it: AFC WEST: Denver Broncos (via Mile High Report) The Broncos lost to the NFL, and the Saints - Mile High ReportThe competitive balance was stripped from the game, and Denver never had a real chance. Los Angeles Chargers (via Bolts from the Blue) Chargers News: 3 takeaways from the Chargers’ loss to the Bills - Bolts From The BlueToo many negatives in this one. Las Vegas Raiders (via Silver and Black Pride) Raiders news: Josh Jacobs has ankle sprain - Silver And Black PrideThere’s hope Raiders’ running back’s injury is not serious Kansas City Chiefs (via Arrowhead Pride) Chiefs’ Tyreek Hill: from “return specialist” to NFL’s leading receiver - Arrowhead PrideThe star wide receiver still gets some motivation from a jab he received two years ago. NFC EAST: New York Giants (via Big Blue View) Daniel Jones injury: Giants QB “did avoid major injury,” per report - Big Blue ViewJones could have "outside chance" of not missing a game Philadelphia Eagles (via Bleeding Green Nation) Eagles vs. Seahawks Week 12: 14 winners, losers, and I dunnos - Bleeding Green NationWhat do you want me to put here? A joke? In this economy? Dallas Cowboys (via Blogging the Boys) Point-counterpoint: To tank or not to tank is the Cowboys question - Blogging The BoysFor about the 47th time this year, the season looks hopeless and the Cowboys can only seek good draft position. Or maybe it’s still too early for that? Washington Football Team (via Hogs Haven) The 5 O’Clock Club: The cold grip of doom replaced by the warm comfort of confidence - Hogs HavenIt’s 5 o’clock somewhere… NFC NORTH: Green Bay Packers (via Acme Packing Company) Packers sign WR Tavon Austin, per report - Acme Packing CompanyGreen Bay is adding a veteran receiver and return man to the fold. Detroit Lions (via Pride of Detroit) Lions interim coach Darrell Bevell ‘jacked up’ to bring fun back to team - Pride Of DetroitBevell wants hard work and fun out of his players. Chicago Bears (via Windy City Gridiron) History suggests a change is coming for the Bears - Windy City GridironThe Bears have gone from 5-1 and first place in the NFC North to 5-6 and third place thanks to a five game losing streak. Will heads roll due to their latest collapse? Minnesota Vikings (via Daily Norseman) We now know who the Vikings’ emergency quarterback is - Daily NorsemanAnd it’s an interesting choice NFC SOUTH: New Orleans Saints (via Canal Street Chronicles) 3 Biggest takeaways from Saints victory over the Broncos - Canal Street ChroniclesThe New Orleans Saints led the way to victory against a quarterback-less Denver Broncos on Sunday afternoon. Atlanta Falcons (via The Falcoholic) Falcons 43-Raiders 6: Atlanta re-discovers its mojo - The FalcoholicThe Falcons embarrassed a quality Raiders team, a reminder of their overlooked potential. Carolina Panthers (via Cat Scratch Reader) Panthers 27 Vikings 28: 3 winners, 3 losers from Carolina’s Week 12 loss - Cat Scratch ReaderThe Panthers lost a game to the Vikings they probably should have won in Week 12. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (via Bucs Nation) Yarcho’s Pick Six: Bucs Have Serious Questions Surrounding Them - Bucs NationThis team drops three of their last four and nothing seems to be changing NFC WEST: San Francisco 49ers (via Niners Nation) 49ers announce they’ll play Weeks 13 & 14 at State Farm Stadium in Arizona - Niners NationArizona and San Francisco do not have a "home" game on the same date, so this could work. Arizona Cardinals (via Revenge of the Birds) That was embarrassing. - Revenge of the BirdsWhere do the Cardinals go from here following the worst loss in recent memory? Seattle Seahawks (via Field Gulls) Cigar Thoughts, Game 11: DK slays Philadelphia as Seahawks pluck Eagles 23-17 - Field GullsThe Seattle Seahawks led wire to wire en route to a 23-17 win over the Philadelphia Eagles, moving to 8-3 and reclaiming first place in the NFC West Los Angeles Rams (via Turf Show Times) Rams lose ugly: If Jared Goff’s future isn’t in question, it should be - Turf Show TimesHow much longer will Goff be with the Rams?
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1 day ago The Splash Zone 12/2/20: One Day At A Time For Tua
Photo by Mark Brown/Getty Images Welcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours. We’re still not quite sure if we will see Tua Tagovailoa out on the field Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals. The rookie quarterback is dealing with thumb injury he sustained while at practice last week and is still rehabbing the injury. We should have a better idea of Tua’s status after the Wednesday’s practice. You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below. Brian Flores: Tua Tagovailoa taking it one day at a time - ProFootballTalkDolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa didn’t play in Sunday’s win over the Jets and it’s unclear if he’ll be available for the Week 13 matchup against the Bengals. Dolphins Quarterbacks Why Miami Dolphins' playoff push is invaluable for Tua Tagovailoa's growth - Miami Dolphins Blog- ESPNAs Miami gears up for its final five games and a possible postseason appearance, there's plenty for the rookie quarterback to work on. Phinsider News You May Have Missed The Splash Zone 12/1/20: Dolphins/Raiders Game Slated For Primetime - The PhinsiderWelcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours. NFL Week 13 Power Rankings: Kansas City Chiefs remain dominant in latest power rankings - The PhinsiderThe Miami Dolphins advanced to 7-4 on Sunday and find themselves right in the thick of things in the AFC. But where will they rank among the NFL’s top teams in The Phinsider’s official power...

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