Working out final bugs in the new Fish@Bat website. Hopefully launching by end of week. http://t.co/vhU6ia9v
@MikeStanton27 no more. RT @Giancarlo27_ From now on, I’ll be going by my real name..Giancarlo!
Is now a good time for @LoMoMarlins to switch back to Justis?
Great news for for the #Marlins They look like a team on the verge of a Wild Card spot and now there are two such spots in the NL.
RT @Ken_Rosenthal Sources: Additional wild cards a “go” for this season. Playoffs to expand from eight to 10 teams. Announcement tomorrow.
Since there isn’t enough entertainment hype around the Marlins these days, Logan Morrison and Bryan Petersen decided to have their own web show appropriately called the “Petey and LoMo Show”. Hopefully this doesn’t distract them from their priorities since LoMo needs to get that batting average up and Petey needs to actually make the team. Regardless, just another day in the Marlins zoo.
For the 5th time, the Marlins are on the cover of Sports Illustrated.
With a photo of Ozzie Guillen and Jose Reyes laughing will sitting on top of the dugout at Marlins Park, the word “Marlinsanity?” graces the cover of this coming week’s Sports Illustrated magazine. The teaser for Ben Reiter’s article uses words like “bing”, “psychedelic”, “mad”, and “mania”. It’s sure to be an interesting read.
As for previous Marlins SI covers, the list is short. The logical ones, meaning World Series wins: Edgar Renteria (11/3/97) and Josh Beckett (3/12/07); and the odd ones: one-week Marlin Mike Piazza (5/28/98) and Dontrelle Willis in a global-warming flooded Joe Robbie Stadium (3/12/07).
Is this considered Stanton-ing? RT @FSMarlins Mike Stanton at the Fox Sports Florida shoot on media day.
Want to see great posed shots of Miami Marlins players in their home whites? Here are some of the Photo Day images: http://t.co/Ro84U214