SS - Miami Marlins
Tim Anderson took batting practice on Sunday.
It is the first round of batting practice for Anderson since landing a one-year deal with the Marlins. He remains on track to start at shortstop this season, while looking to bounce back as a hitter at the plate.
Tim Anderson and the Miami Marlins are in agreement on a one-year, $5 million contract.
The offer had reportedly been on the table for a bit for Anderson, and he has officially signed the deal. It'll be somewhat of a prove-it deal for him after hitting .245 across 493 plate appearances last season. Anderson is expected to start at shortstop for Miami where Jon Berti was slated to play.
The Miami Marlins have reportedly made an offer to free agent SS Tim Anderson.
Anderson had been linked to the Marlins earlier in the month. Jon Berti is currently slated to start at shortstop for Miami as of now. Anderson will look to bounce back wherever he lands after struggling for much of last season.
Tim Anderson is reportedly a potential target for the Marlins.
Jon Berti is currently the starting shortstop in Miami, so it is possible they address that position with Anderson or another free agent available. If they make a move, that player would figure to start from day one.
Tim Anderson had his $14 million team option declined by the White Sox. He is now a free agent.
Anderson will receive a $1 million buyout from the White Sox. He is coming off the worst season of his career, hitting .245/.286/.296 in 2023. The 30-year-old will look for a fresh start with a new team.