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2020 Schedule
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10d

Cardinals acquire OF Dean from Marlins

Outfielder Austin Dean was acquired Tuesday by the St. Louis Cardinals from the Miami Marlins or 18-year-old minor league outfielder Diowill Burgos.

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14dESPN.com

2020 MLB arbitration tracker

Friday was the deadline for teams and arbitration-eligible players to agree on salaries or exchange desired numbers for 2020. Recapping a hectic day of contract decisions.

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18d

Angels acquire RHP Keller from Marlins for Estrada

Kyle Keller, 26, made his major league debut last Aug. 4 and pitched in 10 games for the Marlins. The Angels signed Jose Estrada, 19, as an international free agent one year ago.

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21d

Source: Nats, Castro reach 2-year, $12M deal

Second baseman Starlin Castro, who had a .270 batting average with 22 home runs and 86 RBIs for the Marlins last season, has reached a two-year deal with the Nationals, a source confirmed to ESPN.

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35d

RHP Yimi García gets 1-year, $1.1M Marlins deal

Right-handed reliever Yimi Garcia, who pitched in 64 games this year for the Dodgers, has agreed to a one-year, $1.1 million contract with the Marlins that allows him to earn an additional $200,000 in performance bonuses.

36d

BBTN: How The Gerrit Cole Deal Affects The Rest Of Baseball

In what will likely be the final podcast of the decade, Buster welcomes Tyler Kepner of The New York Times to talk about the Yankees' potential for next season, the latest research on the baseball and MLB's investigation into the Astros. Then, The Boston Globe's Alex Speier discusses how the Gerrit Cole signing impacts Boston's rebuilding process (30:26). Plus, Hembo evaluates the NL East (30:26) and Rena Banena makes her return (38:45).

Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports
51d

Marlins to install artificial turf, move in fences

The Miami Marlins will join Major League Baseball's trend toward artificial turf by installing the surface at Marlins Park for 2020, and they'll move in the fences for the second time in four years.

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52d

In wake of deals, Marlins still seek upgrade for offense

The Miami Marlins will seek to add further pop to their lineup this offseason after acquiring slugging first baseman Jesus Aguilar and the versatile Jonathan Villar, who will be used primarily at third base and in the outfield.

Jeff Passan ESPN 

Baltimore has traded second baseman Jonathan Villar to the Miami Marlins. On tender day, the Marlins have entirely remade the right side of their infield, with Villar and first baseman Jesús Aguilar.

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Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs61529th
Batting Average.24125th
On Base Percentage.29829th
Slugging Percentage.37530th
Earned Run Average4.7420th
Quality Starts6010th
WHIP1.3518th
BAA.2459th