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11/25/2015 | Marlins sign catcher Nieto to Minors deal

The Marlins added some catching depth by signing Adrian Nieto to a Minor League contract with an invitation to Spring Training. A switch-hitter, Nieto appeared in 48 games for the White Sox in 2014.

11/25/2015 | Gordon says agent, Marlins talking extension

After turning in one of the most decorated individual seasons in Marlins history, Dee Gordon might be capping his year with a long-term contract. The All-Star second baseman said his agent has been in discussions with Miami about an extension.

11/25/2015 | Jose embraces giving spirit at home

Since becoming a big league pitching sensation in 2013, Marlins ace Jose Fernandez has typically been at his best at home. Off the field, Fernandez recently stepped up and pitched in to give back to the home community. The right-hander assisted in the organization's annual turkey distribution last Friday at Marlins Park.

11/24/2015 | Marlins, Mariners reportedly talking Ozuna deal

Marlins outfielder Marcell Ozuna has been a frequent subject of rumors this offseason, and it appears one team has emerged as a potential landing spot. reported Tuesday evening that the Seattle Mariners are discussing a deal to acquire Ozuna from the Marlins.

11/23/2015 | Marlins, Boras discuss Fernandez's workload

The Marlins recently reached out to agent Scott Boras to discuss an innings plan for Jose Fernandez, a source told Via a conference call, the two sides talked about how best to use the 2013 National League Rookie of the Year in the upcoming season.

11/23/2015 | Healthy Hechavarria eager to get back to work

If not for a strained left hamstring that caused shortstop Adeiny Hechavarria to miss the final month of the season, the Marlins just might have struck gold twice.

11/23/2015 | Former MVP Tejada enjoys managing debut

Miguel Tejada, a former American League MVP and a 16-year MLB veteran, is taking a liking to managing. The 41-year-old made his debut as a manager this weekend, and he directed Aguilas Cibaenas to the first Serie de las Americas championship on Sunday at Marlins Park.

11/22/2015 | Aguiles wins inaugural Serie de las Americas

Add another championship chapter to Aguilas Cibaenas' rich history. Zoilo Almonte's two-out, two-run single in the ninth inning lifted Aguilas to a 4-3 win over the Cardenales de Lara on Sunday night at Marlins Park.

11/22/2015 | Tigres from D.R. finish third in Miami tourney

More than just pride was on the line at Marlins Park on Sunday afternoon in the inaugural Serie de las Americas. The Tigres del Licey from the Dominican Republic were able to salvage the weekend by edging the Navegantes del Magallanes from Venezuela, 4-2, to claim third place in the four-team event.

11/20/2015 | Prospect Garcia among 4 added to Marlins' roster

Lefty Jarlin Garcia, rated by as the Marlins' No. 2 prospect, was among four pitchers added to the club's 40-man roster before Friday's 8 p.m. ET deadline.

11/20/2015 | At Marlins' charity event, Jose deflects rumors

Marlins ace Jose Fernandez is focused on getting ready for Spring Training, and he's not paying attention to rumors about his future in South Florida. The 23-year-old also says his agent, Scott Boras, will be part of discussions over how many innings he will throw in 2016.

11/20/2015 | Complete list of 2015 Esurance MLB Award winners

Baseball's annual award seasons was memorable, filled with Gold Gloves, Silver Sluggers and Cy Youngs. And on Friday we got the grand finale, with the presentation of the Esurance MLB Awards.

11/19/2015 | Marlins to host Bucs in PR to celebrate Clemente

Major League Baseball will honor the legendary Roberto Clemente in late May, and the Marlins will be playing a pair of games against the Pirates in San Juan, Puerto Rico, to celebrate the occasion.

11/19/2015 | Expanded safety nets, in-market streaming coming in '16

DALLAS -- Increased safety netting is likely to be in place by the opening of the 2016 season and a new three-year agreement with FOX will allow fans to watch live in-market streaming on any mobile device, Commissioner Rob Manfred announced as the quarterly Owners Meetings wrapped up on Thursday.

11/19/2015 | Bucs, Marlins will mark Clemente Day in PR

The Pirates and Marlins will play a two-game series in San Juan, Puerto Rico, to help celebrate Major League Baseball's Roberto Clemente Day.

11/19/2015 | Marlins Park set for Serie de las Americas

College football isn't the only sport getting ready for "rivalry week." Several powerhouse teams from the Dominican Republic and Venezuela are set to square off for two days of impassioned baseball at Marlins Park. The inaugural Serie de las Americas is set for this weekend at Marlins Park. A pair of doubleheaders is set for Saturday and Sunday, with the championship being aired on MLB Network.

11/19/2015 | Marlins give back to community with Ayudan Day

A week before Thanksgiving, the Marlins on Thursday are offering their time and energy to give back to the community. The front office was shut down for the day as every department in the organization took part in the sixth-annual Marlins Ayudan Day of Service and Philanthropy. The day is held in partnership with The Miami Foundation's Give Miami Day.

11/18/2015 | Hechavarria could land a deal like Crawford's

When it comes to the Marlins' Adeiny Hechavarria, contract terms for a top-flight shortstop gained some more clarity now that All-Star Brandon Crawford of the Giants has agreed to a six-year, $75 million deal. Not to say Hechavarria is worthy of the same figures, but Crawford's pact helps set the shortstop market.

11/17/2015 | Sources: Marlins not shopping Fernandez

Since the start of the Hot Stove season, the Marlins have stated their top priority is adding starting pitching depth behind their ace, Jose Fernandez. Now a report Tuesday afternoon questions whether Fernandez will be part of Miami's 2016 plans.

11/17/2015 | Marlins face three NL East foes in Spring Training

How the Marlins' roster will shape up for 2016 remains a work in progress, but they provided some definitive answers regarding Spring Training on Tuesday, announcing workout dates and their Grapefruit League schedule.

11/17/2015 | Bour impresses, but Marlins mulling his role

Justin Bour opened eyes in 2015, and his strong season placed fifth in the National League Rookie of the Year Award voting. The 27-year-old also made a case to hold the inside edge as the Marlins' starting first baseman next season. The question team officials are asking is if his playing time will be as a regular or on a platoon basis.

11/16/2015 | Bour finishes fifth in NL ROY voting

When the season started, Justin Bour was playing first base at Triple-A New Orleans. But at the end of the year, the 27-year-old was an emerging power threat in the middle of the Marlins' lineup.

11/16/2015 | Miami eyed Dee for years before trade paid off big

A speedster on the bases, Dee Gordon also was elusive on the trade market until the Marlins were finally able to swing a deal with the Dodgers for the All-Star second baseman at the 2014 Winter Meetings.

11/13/2015 | Marlins interested in retaining vet Mathis

The Marlins are not expected to be extremely active on the free-agent market, but they've already expressed interest in retaining one of their most popular clubhouse veterans who is now on the market.

11/12/2015 | Gordon adds Silver Slugger to awards haul

No longer is Marlins second baseman Dee Gordon strictly a speedster. The 27-year-old is now a Silver Slugger.

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