Veteran Leadership: Marlins Re-Sign Wes Helms

The Florida Marlins are bringing back Wes Helms with a 2-year deal: Helms reaffirmed his desire to stay with the team on Friday when he agreed to terms on a two-year, $1.9 million contract. The 32-year-old, who batted .243 with five home runs and 31 RBIs in 132 games this past year, will make $950,000 … Continue reading Veteran Leadership: Marlins Re-Sign Wes Helms

Considering that Pesky Home Record

Fine win today for the Florida Marlins against the Washington Nationals — great pitching and timely home runs will do the trick. When we look at the Marlins today and consider all the bad things that have happened (injuries to pitching staff, strikeouts, errors, all those games Jorge Julio blew) the one stat that stands … Continue reading Considering that Pesky Home Record

In Beinfest We Trust

I’ve been thinking about trust lately. It all started when I read Ethan Skolnick’s commentary on trusting South Florida General Managers. He correctly points out that South Florida fans can trust Larry Beinfest of the Florida Marlins and Pat Riley of the Miami Heat no matter what they do, while being very suspicious of anything … Continue reading In Beinfest We Trust