#FishFriday – December 11, 2015

#FishFriday

By Roger Hoover / Jacksonville Suns

The 2015 Baseball Winter Meetings have concluded in Nashville, Tennessee, and unlike last season, the Miami Marlins had a rather uneventful stay in the Music City.

The Marlins made headlines for listening more than dealing over the past week, with nearly 20 clubs expressing interest in Marlins ace and former Sun Jose Fernandez. Fernandez remains a Marlin despite all the speculation, although the front office will likely still hear interest in the ace throughout the offseason.

The Marlins were active during the Rule 5 draft yesterday, and Miami also claimed left-handed pitcher Mike Strong off waivers from the Milwaukee Brewers. The Suns saw Strong last year with Biloxi, where he was 4-1 with a 2.54 ERA in 38 relief appearances with the Shuckers.

It will be different not seeing Viosergy Rosa, Zack Cox, and Chipper Smith in either a Suns or Marlins organization season uniform next year. Those three, along with Alex Burgos, were claimed by other clubs yesterday during the Triple-A phase of the Rule 5 draft.

Here are today’s #FishFriday headlines, enjoy the weekend everyone!

Suns Baseball Network: Suns on Move in Rule 5 Draft
Marlins.com: As Jose rumors subside, Marlins set for quiet exit
Marlins.com: Rule 5 Draft busy at Minor League levels
Miami Herald: After whiffing at Winter Meetings, Marlins hope to find ‘bargains’ before spring training
Miami Herald: Linda Robertson: Barry Bonds gets second chance in Miami
Sun Sentinel: Mattingly aims to energize baseball in Miami
Fish Stripes: Marlins add depth through Rule 5 draft
Fish Stripes: Price for Ozuna, Fernandez remains high
Ballpark Digest: Allen new Tennessee Smokies president
Ballpark Digest: MLB netting recommendations unveiled
MiLB.com: Goeddel, Cave lead Rule 5 Draft selections
MiLB.com: Wrapping up the Winter Meetings ‘whirlwind’
ESPN: Stark: Winter meetings winners and losers
Fox Sports: Braves took major step forward by trading Shelby Miller
The New York Times: For Yankees and Mets, Key Word Is Caution

 

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