MIAMI -- Forty-five percent of the Miami Marlins' nine-inning games in 2014 went for at least three hours. The average Major League Baseball game exceeded three hours for the first time.
In order to halt this trend, MLB recently announced several initiatives it hopes will improve the pace of play: managers can challenge a call from the dugout, a batter must keep at least one foot...
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Miami Marlins manager Mike Redmond takes some time during the winter meetings in San Diego to talk about how the team is shaping up for the coming season. Topics include Giancarlo Stanton's big contract:
What he considers the next step for the team:
And the expectations for the coming season:
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Miami Marlins manager Mike Redmond has been given a two-year contract extension through 2017.
Team president David Samson announced Redmond's new deal during Miami's season finale against the Washington Nationals on Sunday.
The Marlins entered the day with 77 wins, their most since going 80-82 in 2010.
Miami finished in last place in the NL East each of the past...
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September 28, 2014
Your browser does not support iframes. The Miami Marlins got screwed out of a win against the Cincinnati Reds on Thursday night because of a new rule. As you know, Major League Baseball has banned home plate collisions in order to improve player safety. The new rules also prevent catchers from blocking the plate, otherwise […]
During Thursday night’s Reds-Marlins game, Miami manager Mike Redmond was ejected after a replay review reversed a call at home plate, claiming the new, flawed collision rule should have been applied. Redmond predictably went ballistic, and Marlins broadcasters Rich Waltz and Tommy Hutton also lost their minds.
Hutton was fired up from the get go, and the Marlins crowd actually...
MIAMI -- Miami Marlins manager Mike Redmond was ejected during the top of the eighth inning of Thursday night's game after an overturned call allowed the Cincinnati Reds to tie the score at 1.
With the bases loaded and one out, Todd Frazier sent Bryan Morris' pitch to right field. Giancarlo Stanton made the catch and threw home, where the ball beat Zack Cozart. Catcher Jeff Mathis...
MIAMI -- During Sunday's presser following a sweep by the Atlanta Braves, Miami Marlins manager Mike Redmond called the defense a "big concern."
The Marlins rank 28th in the majors with a .978 fielding percentage.
"It's something we've got to improve," Redmond said. "If it comes to playing guys who can play defense who can pick up the ball and throw it, then that's what we have to...
Your browser does not support iframes. Mike Redmond went classic manager meltdown on us last night after he was ejected for arguing balls and strikes during the sixth inning of a game between the Miami Marlins and Philadelphia Phillies. Redmond was unhappy with a called third strike on shortstop Adeiny Hechavarria that appeared to be […]