The Miami Marlins today announced the club’s radio broadcast schedule for 2021 Spring Training.
The Marlins Radio Network driven by AutoNation will broadcast audio feeds for 21 games, with 15 games airing on 940 AM WINZ, the English flagship home of the Miami Marlins, while the other six games will air on MLB.com. The club open’s Grapefruit League action on Sunday, February 28 at 1:05 p.m. at the Houston Astros. Miami celebrates its Spring Training home opener on Monday, March 1 against the Mets at 1:05 p.m. at Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium, which can be heard on 940 AM WINZ.
One night in Miami carries special significance these days, but we must recognize the historical setting that sits in Brownsville that is referred to as “the jewel of the South.” Today we feature the Historic Hampton House, a place where many prominent African Americans celebrated their days and nights on their visits to Miami.
Miami Beach was a “sundown town” during the segregation period, where blacks could only visit and wander around if they had a pass or were working. Therefore, many black celebrities and tourists would spend their time at the place to be — the Historic Hampton…
“Melting pot” is a popular description for the city of Miami, highlighting the diverse cultures and ethnicities of our community that make our city special. Miami has a deep history that is made of distinctive neighborhoods with their own tremendous stories. Today we feature Overtown — also known as the “Broadway of the South” and one of the most important communities in Miami when it comes to black history.
In celebration of Black History Month, we took a visit to Red Rooster, located on the historic NW 2nd Avenue. The nation’s biggest Black stars gathered in this community decades…
11 former Marlins draft picks receive their first Spring invitations, including three first-rounders
The Miami Marlins today announced 18 non-roster invitations to 2021 Spring Training. Included in the group are 13 Marlins draft picks and five first-round selections. Nine of the 18 NRIs to 2021 are Marlins Top 30 prospects.
The Beyond the Bases Podcast continues this offseason, featuring Miami’s newest pitcher, Anthony Bass.
Bass chats about why he chose Miami, when he realized baseball could be his life, his time in Japan, and even about his favorite foods.
Bass pitched in 26 games out of the bullpen for the Toronto Blue Jays in 2020, going 2–3 with a 3.51 ERA and notching seven saves in 25.2 innings, limiting hitters to a .189 batting average. Last season, he finished tied for 11th among MLB relievers in ground ball percentage (62.3), …
Sanchez chats about his debut season, where his confidence comes from, the importance of his family and even gives a scouting report on his friend and fellow Marlins top prospect RHP Edward Cabrera.
Top 10 international prospect INF Yiddi Cappe headlines class, which features 11 players hailing from four different countries
The Miami Marlins today announced that the club has signed 11 players to open the 2021 International Signing Period, including INF Yiddi Cappe. Cappe, 18, is a consensus top 10 international prospect (Baseball America №4, MLB Pipeline №10) from Havana, Cuba. The 2021 class, which includes prospects hailing from four different countries, is currently comprised of four pitchers, two catchers, three infielders and two outfielders.
The 2020–21 international signing period was moved from July 2, 2020 to January 15, 2021 due to…
The Miami Marlins today announced Raquel “Rocky” Egusquiza will serve as the organization’s first Vice President of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. Throughout her career, Ms. Egusquiza has been an advocate for and active in creating a diverse working environment, while promoting multicultural efforts both internally and externally. In this new capacity, Ms. Egusquiza will guide the Marlins’ efforts to continue to promote a culture with a variety of qualities, characteristics and unique experiences for individuals of all backgrounds, while fostering a feeling of belonging amid a community of support and collaboration.
It may be a new year, but the Miami Marlins along with the Miami Marlins Foundation continue to make an impact in the local community. Following a year in which the two distributed more than 800,000 meals, 24,000 bottles of hand sanitizer, and 20,000 masks across South Florida, the Marlins hit the ground running in 2021 with numerous events planned in the community.
On Tuesday, January 5, the Marlins joined The Players Alliance at Gibson Park in Overtown for the Pull Up Neighborhood Tour, which aims to provide aid and support during the current uncertain times, while also seeking to…
The Beyond the Bases Podcast continues this offseason with the newest Marlin, LHP Ross Detwiler joining the show.
Detwiler talks about a strange 2020 season, why he chose the Marlins and how he’s grown as a pitcher during his 12-year career.
Detwiler pitched in 16 games out of the bullpen for the Chicago White Sox in 2020, going 1–1 with a 3.20 ERA in 44.0 innings while limiting lefties to just a .194 average. He began the season with a 12.1-inning scoreless streak and retired his first 16 batters he faced.
The 34-year-old was the sixth overall pick in…