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  1. Are Marlins trying to win?

    Rob Neyer

    From's Juan C. Rodriguez, breaking news about the Marlins: After Monday's 3-2 win over the Padres, the Marlins optioned left-hander Andrew Miller to Triple-A New Orleans. Albeit with the All-Star break in between, Miller pu...

    Blog | July 21, 2009
  2. Still wondering about Boni

    Rob Neyer

    Juan C. Rodriguez asks a question Al Bello/Getty Images Marlins third baseman Emilio Bonifacio is struggling this season. I thought we'd already answered: "Can the Marlins win with Emil...

    Blog | June 30, 2009
  3. Contending Marlins confound at 3B

    Rob Neyer

    As David Pinto notes, the Marlins and the Mariners have both balanced their streaks this season to sit around .500 and are actually contending in their weak divisions. I've already given my prescription for the M's -- get Mike Carp and Michae...

    Blog | June 26, 2009
  4. Marlins (still) need new 3B

    Rob Neyer

    Buried near the bottom of Barry Jackson's mostly-NBA notes column is this: Gaby Sanchez (.318) is playing third base for at least a week at Triple A (he's in the middle of that stretch) in case the Marlins decide to replace Emilio Bonifacio....

    Blog | June 15, 2009
  5. Pulling the plug on Bonifacio

    Rob Neyer

    Dave Cameron on a roster move you might have missed: Bonifacio Well, that didn't take long. Despite the flukiest hot start baseball has seen since Tuffy Rhodes, it looks like the Emilio Bonifacio era may be...

    Blog | May 08, 2009
  6. Monday Mendozas

    Rob Neyer

    Today's links were discovered while wondering if Kyle Farnsworth has a shot at the record for most relief losses in one season. * The news of Brad Wilkerson's retirement reminds me (again) that just a few years ago, I thought the Nationa...

    Blog | April 20, 2009
  7. Emilio Bonifacio: Rising star!

    Rob Neyer

    Florida's Emilio Bonifacio is batting .386. He leads the National League with 12 runs and 17 hits and four (four!) steals in nine games. How could the woeful Nationals possibly have traded him? Not so fast, writes Chico Harlan: Now Bonifacio. Su...

    Blog | April 17, 2009
  8. Rob Neyer: Bonifacio not the leadoff answer for Marlins

    Rob Neyer

    Good news! The Marlins have settled on their leadoff man! And he's fast! Bad news! The Marlins' leadoff man has a .300 career on-base percentage. ... Manager Fredi Gonzalez said on Friday that he plans to use Emilio Bonifacio as the leadoff hit...

    Blog | Conversation | April 06, 2009