By Roger Hoover / Jacksonville Suns
Has everyone caught their breath from last week’s Winter Meetings?
If you’re a Marlins fan you’re probably still going through all of the moves that the Suns’ parent organization made, as the Fish were among the biggest wheelers and dealers during a busy week in San Diego.
Here is a full rundown of all of the moves that the Marlins made last week (compliments of The Baseball Cube), with former Jacksonville Suns in bold:
Saturday, December 13, 2014
Scott Sizemore –Signed to Minor League Contract
Friday, December 12, 2014
Andre Rienzo – Traded from White Sox to Marlins for Dan Jennings
Mat Latos – Traded from Reds to Marlins for Anthony Desclafani and Chad Wallach
Andrew McKirahan – Drafted from Cubs by Marlins in Rule 5 Draft
Thursday, December 11, 2014
Dee Gordon, Traded from Dodgers with Dan Haren, Miguel Rojas and PTBNL to Marlins for Andrew Heaney, Enrique Hernandez, Chris Hatcher and Austin Barnes
Tuesday, December 09, 2014
Jhonatan Solano -Signed to Minor League Contract
Monday, December 08, 2014
James Leverton – Signed to Minor League Contract
All signs point to the Marlins still staying busy this week, looking to get as much work done before the Christmas holiday.
Here are today’s #MarlinsMonday links, first installment of “Suns on the Move” coming up Wednesday!
Marlins.com: Busy Marlins turning attention to further moves
Marlins.com: Marlins land Latos as rotation gets more seasoning
Miami Herald: Marlins Park appealing to newcomers Dee Gordon, Mat Latos
Sun Sentinel: Marlins manager Redmond tears Achilles tendon
Sun Sentinel: Former Marlin Dempster aims to aid Cubs revival in new front-office role
Fish Stripes: Miami Marlins 2014 Winter Meetings recap
Fish Stripes: Marlins lose Mark Canha to Rockies
Yahoo! Big League Stew: John Hart on retooling Braves: Not like I’m breaking up ’27 Yanks
Ballpark Digest: Braves unveil new ballpark, development renderings
The New York Times: Dodgers’ Transformation Started With Front Office
The New York Times: Sy Berger, Who Turned Boyhood Heroes Into Brilliant Rectangles, Dies at 91