David A Marcillo
I have been following the Marlins since all the way back in 1993. I didn't really know anything about baseball then, but there was a new team in my city and I wanted to be a fan. Since then, I have seen, played, and learned a lot. I still don't know anything about baseball.
No huge news in the wacky world of bullpens this week, but a few interesting decisions and comments from managers were intriguing and could ...
by Fantasy in Fri, Sep 23
We're almost there, folks. The playoff picture is starting to clear up and fantasy and "real life" teams alike are starting to make postseason ...
by Fantasy in Fri, Sep 16
We're almost there, folks. Fantasy playoffs have already started for some and will be starting soon for everyone else. We hope your teams are ...
by Fantasy in Fri, Sep 9
Playoffs are coming for most leagues and have already started for some. Unfortunately, that means the fantasy baseball season is ending for lots of teams. ...
by Fantasy in Fri, Sep 2
Bad news: the regular season is almost over, with teams seeing fewer than 40 games left on their schedules. Good news: that means playoff ...
by Fantasy in Fri, Aug 26
It's been a while Closer Report readers, and I am glad to be back. After a few weeks off, Closer Report should be back ...
by Fantasy in Fri, Aug 19
Adam Conley worked a perfect ninth inning on Monday, earning his third save of the season.
Trevor Richards struggled again on Monday, allowing four runs in five innings but escaping with a no decision.
Jose Urena pitched well on Tuesday, improving his record to 6-12. He threw 6 1/3 innings, allowing just one run.
Dan Straily felt discomfort while playing catch on Tuesday and manager Don Mattingly confirmed Straily may not be able to pitch again in 2018.
Joe Frisaro on Twitter1 wk ago
Wei-Yin Chen only made it through four innings on Saturday, allowing three runs on five hits and two walks.
Dan Straily was forced to leave Friday's game in the fifth inning due to an oblique strain.
Marlins rookie starter Sandy Alcantara was excellent on Wednesday, tossing seven innings while allowing just three hits and two walks.
Trevor Richards just didn't have it on Tuesday as he failed to escape the second inning. He ended up pitching 1 1/3 innings, allowing six runs on four hits and four walks.
Jose Urena pitched well on Monday, allowing just one run in seven innings of work.
Drew Steckenrider had a rough outing on Wednesday, allowing three runs on two hits and a walk without recording an out.