By Roger Hoover / Jacksonville Suns
Today begins one of the busiest weeks of the offseason, as the baseball world gathers for the 2014 Winter Meetings in San Diego.
Here front office executives will meet and discuss potential trades in person, free agents will be courted, and minor league front offices will prepare and get ideas for the 2015 season ahead.
As always the Suns have a contingent of executives at the Winter Meetings, and we’ll get a report later this week on what they saw here and on jaxsuns.com.
The Marlins are expected to be busy in San Diego, looking to add more pieces to an already talented roster and give Giancarlo Stanton more support. Pitching is always a priority, but Miami will also be aggressive in making sure the roster is ready to compete for a playoff spot in 2015.
Here are today’s #MarlinsMonday links, stay tuned for big news all week from San Diego!
Marlins.com: Active Marlins could remain busy at Winter Meetings
Marlins.com: Marlins willing to part with pitching if deal is right
Sun Sentinel: Marlins not in rush on deals for Fernandez, Yelich, others
Fish Stripes: Marlins 2014 Winter Meetings Primer
MiLB.com: Job seekers to write journals on San Diego journeys
MiLB.com: Winter Meetings set to begin down in San Diego
Yahoo! Big League Stew: 10 storylines to watch this week at MLB’s Winter Meetings
The New York Times: Baseball’s Annual Winter Meetings Have It All, Except Quietude
ESPN: Dynamic’ Cash gets call as Rays manager