The Miami Marlins: Was Yet Another Rebuild Worth the Wait?

The latest renovations at Marlins Park show that the team's new executive leadership is not only embracing change from the team rebuild on the field, but off of the field as well.

Anthony Russo, Staff Writer

March 4, 2020

Ever since the Florida Marlins' 2003 magical playoff run that ended in a World Series title, they have been hovering over mediocrity for nearly two decades. That was the case until the team's former owner, Jeffrey Loria, sold the team in the summer of 2017 for $1.2 billion dollars to the Miami Marlin...

Going, Going, Gone! Marlins “All-In” With Firesale Rebuild

Going, Going, Gone! Marlins

Daniel Toll, Sports Editor

December 20, 2017

"Moving forward there will be at times unpopular decisions," that will be made for the "betterment" of the franchise. These words marked the entrance of Derek Jeter, now chief executive officer and co-owner of the Miami Marlins, and foreshadowed a bittersweet ending to the rejoice felt by Marlins fans...

M-V-P: Giancarlo Stanton’s Historic Campaign

M-V-P: Giancarlo Stanton's Historic Campaign

Daniel Toll, Sports Editor

November 27, 2017

With a swagger incomparable to any player, Giancarlo Stanton purposefully approaches the batter's box. Glaring into the opposing pitcher's eyes, he composes himself in his famous batting stance. Apprehensive and anxious fans take their seats, hopeful to witness a mountainous home run. As the pitch is...

Derek Jeter Catches the Miami Marlins

Derek Jeter Catches the Miami Marlins

Chase Bagnall-Koger, Staff Writer

October 23, 2017

Former owner of the Miami Marlins for 15 years, Jeffrey Loria, has agreed to sell the franchise for $1.2 billion to a business group led by former New York Yankees star Derek Jeter and businessman Bruce Sherman. Loria has been unpopular with Marlins fans since he first bought the franchise back in 2002,...

Farewell to Jose Fernandez

Marlins ace Jose Fernandez  killed in Miami boating accident.

Yeileny Lopez, Staff Writer

October 6, 2016

Miami Marlin's Jose Fernandez died at the age of 24 early Sunday in a Miami boating accident. Two of Fernandez's friends, Eddy Rivero and Emilio Macias,  also died at the scene. Fernandez and company were in a 32-foot motorboat that smashed into a jetty that outlines the northern section of Miami’s...

Miami está de luto tras la pérdida del lanzador de los Marlins, José Fernández.

Jose Fernandez fue una estrella del béisbol de los Estados Unidos.

Jeniffer Infante, Spanish Editor

October 4, 2016

José Fernández,  el estelar lanzador del equipo de béisbol de los Marlins perdió la vida la madrugada del domingo en un accidente marítimo frente a las costas de Miami Beach.  El joven cubano de 24 años viajaba en un bote con sus amigos Eddy Rivero  y Emilio Macías quienes también perdieron...

Miami Marlins Sail Away With the Bills

Cavaliers got to watch their baseball team play at Marlins Stadium on March 6.

Jake Paz, Staff Writer

March 10, 2015

Gables' baseball team played at the Miami Marlins stadium against Braddock on March 6, accompanied by most of the Cavalier nation to cheer them on. Students going on the field trip were able to sit back, relax and show their Gables pride for the baseball team. "It cost $12,000 per team t...

Gables vs. Braddock Baseball Game

Gables vs. Braddock Baseball Game

Kelly Hanley, Photographer, Orestes Gonzalez, Photographer

March 8, 2015


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