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15 hours ago Our Noticias 2/18/20: Spring Training fully underway
Jim Rassol-USA TODAY Sports Spring Training is fully underway as the position players joined the pitchers and catchers in camp Sunday in order for the team to hold its first full-squad workout Monday. A couple big news nuggets emerged Day 1 as Don Mattingly confirmed that Jonathan Villar will be getting looks in center. You have to laud Villar’s willingness to learn a new position for the team in spite of his stature as a seven-year veteran of the league. Additionally, majority owner Bruce Sherman spoke about spending: As if it wasn’t clear already, Bruce Sherman continued to distance himself from Jeffrey Loria. He pledges to make the necessary investments in payroll, avoiding the "up-and-downs" that made the Marlins so difficult to root for under previous ownership. https://t.co/SZwZCsquIl— Fish Stripes (@fishstripes) February 17, 2020 Fish Bites pod Episode 61 discusses the 10 Marlins under the most pressure in camp. Don’t forget to get your discounted tickets at Roger Dean Stadium to celebrate Fish Stripes Night with us in Jupiter on Feb. 27! Spring Training béisbol!!! Join us at Roger Dean the night of February 27TICKETS: https://t.co/53e0UhgCAn pic.twitter.com/dMwsI2c3hr— Fish Stripes (@fishstripes) February 11, 2020 New backstop Francisco Cervelli spoke in his native language about what it’s like to be the new guy at Marlins camp and why he joined the organization. The Venezuelan also exhibited quite the sense of humor when asked what he did in the offseason. The soon-to-be 34-year-old replied that he had been modeling and teaching Zumba before he cracked a smile and admitted he took just 10 days off before getting back to work. I wrote this article on Lewis Brinson and a debate is already raging as to whether he deserves another shot at the major-league level. Give us your yea or nay in the comments. And check out the other Marlins previews here. Boys are in. #MarlinsST pic.twitter.com/wwFXXTUdaF— Miami Marlins (@Marlins) February 17, 2020
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17 hours ago The Splash Zone 2/18/20: Is Justin Herbert Moving Up The Dolphins Draft Board?
Vasha Hunt-USA TODAY Sports 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. I know a lot of you are tired of hearing about Tua Tagovailoa, so we are going to talk about a different quarterback today. According to a report, which could end up being a smokescreen, there is some concern about Tua’s durability as the team has expressed concern with his injury history. Which leads us to Justin Herbert, the QB3 in this years draft according to most experts. He appears to have gotten some positive reviews from sources within the team. At some point, Herbert was compared to Ryan Tannehill and that has made some Dolphin fans cringe about the prospect of him being a Dolphin. You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below. Dolphins reportedly warming up to Justin Herbert – ProFootballTalkGoing into last season, the Dolphins being bad enough to earn the first pick, and that pick being Tua Tagovailoa seemed like the most likely scenario. But between the Dolphins being better than expected, and Tagavailoa suffering a season-ending hip injury, things became more complicated. Dolphins Offense Chan Gailey’s Miami offense might look a lot like the Jets 2015 offense – ProFootballTalkChan Gailey last ran an offense four seasons ago. Gailey, 68, has not talked to the media since Brian Flores lured Gailey out of retirement, leaving everyone to guess at what the Dolphins will look like. Phinsider News You May Have Missed Miami Dolphins News 2/16/20: Plan For The Dolphins Offseason - 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 Draft 2020 rumors: Dolphins high on Justin Herbert, concerned about Tua Tagovailoa injuries - The PhinsiderThe Miami Dolphins will select Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa with the fifth-overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. Or maybe with the third-overall pick if they trade up with the Detroit Lions. Or... The latest on the Miami Dolphins Free Agency and NFL Draft plans —Miami Dolphins Podcast (PhinsiderRadio) - The PhinsiderAs we head into the most critical offseason in Miami Dolphins’ history, Matthew Cannata (@CannataPFN) and I (@Houtz) will bring you the latest Dolphins news and analysis that you won’t find A...
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1 day ago Phinsider Question Of The Day (W/ Live Thread, General Discussion) 02/17/2020
Photo by Kiyoshi Mio/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images Tonight’s Phinsider Question Of The Day is with the news/rumors that the Minnesota Vikings are ready to tear down their team and strip the roster bare this off season, which if any of the Vikings vets do you see as a possibility for this team or would you want your Miami Dolphins to try and pick up? As well as this almost nightly post serving as the Phinsider Question Of The Day post it will also serve as a live thread meaning that pretty much anything is up for discussion so long as you to follow all of the site rules. If you are, for whatever reason, not aware of or need a refresher of the sites rules please check the “library” tab under the “more” tab at the top of the front page. The page not only has all of the sites rules but also has a ton of good tips to make your blogging experience here much more enjoyable or at least more smooth.
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1 day ago What we learned from first Marlins full-squad workout
@Marlins/Twitter Don Mattingly now has his full contingent of position players together to beginning sorting out the 2020 roster. The Marlins held their first full-squad workout of Spring Training on Monday. Observing the players in action and listening to comments from owner Bruce Sherman, president of baseball operations Michael Hill and manager Don Mattingly gave us a clearer understanding of how all of these versatile pieces may mesh together during the 2020 season. Here are the main takeaways: The Jonathan Villar center field experiment is real—Mattingly indicated that he’ll be getting regular practice reps there early in camp. The 28-year-old has only eight career appearances in center during MLB regular season games (none of those were complete-game efforts), so there are some hurdles to clear before pencilling him in at the position for the 2020 Marlins. Even the player himself couldn’t confirm when he will debut there in an exhibition game, but Craig Mish of Swings and Mishes summarizes how this could impact the rest of Miami’s defensive alignment, notably Brian Anderson and Garrett Cooper. So, if Villar is in CF that puts Brian Anderson back at 3B. That would mean plenty of at bats for Cooper in RF. Aguilar at 1B. Berti backup OF & IF should get plenty of at bats. Probably all premature but that’s where we are today.— Craig Mish (@CraigMish) February 17, 2020 Of course, the Marlins wouldn’t even be considering Villar in center if Lewis Brinson was panning out as hoped. Unfortunately, a .189/.238/.294 combined slash line since arriving in the Christian Yelich trade casts serious doubts about him earning a steady major league role of any kind. Fish On The Farm got a clear look at his batting practice round, featuring a familiar stance to the one he finished 2019 with, though perhaps not quite as closed off. Brinson BP.#Marlins | #MarlinsST pic.twitter.com/zxj0fhUnAF— Fish On The Farm (@marlinsminors) February 17, 2020 During this particular workout, Villar took grounders at second base (which is where he spent most of last season). Anderson and Jon Berti played third with Miguel Rojas and non-roster invitee Sean Rodriguez at shortstop and Isan Díaz joining Villar at second. New first baseman Jesús Aguilar was used as expected, then challenged himself elsewhere on the diamond. He doesn’t seem bothered by the pressure...yet. Marlins Shortstop Jesus Aguilar taking some ground balls in the infield. pic.twitter.com/13rK9i05z9— Craig Mish (@CraigMish) February 17, 2020 Marlins majority owner Bruce Sherman was in attendance and more quotable than usual. First, on distinguishing himself from predecessor Jeffrey Loria (h/t WPLG Local 10): “The past regime is irrelevant. When we closed October 2017, it was irrelevant. We made some choices. They were interfering with the day-to-day management. We continue to do what we do. We trust in our employees, the management—they’re the baseball experts. We let them do what’s necessary to win. No emotion, just business. So I think we’ve come a long way.” Followed by his commitment to boost major league payroll as the rebuild continues to progress: “We will try to sign all the players on this team to contract [extensions] when it’s appropriate... “I don’t want to have up-and-downs, up-and-downs, and that’s a silly way to run a baseball club. Yes, we haven’t signed big free agents, but we will spend that money at the free agent deadline, to spend the money to have a sustainable winning culture on that team.” Opening Day payroll currently projects to be in the $72-$74 million range, which is comparable to last year’s 105-loss team. CEO Derek Jeter was planning to be at camp too, but felt sick and decided to stay home. He previously addressed a select group of fans at FanFest on Feb. 8.
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