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    Not a bad place for either to start, road games in Colorado.


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    I'm failing to see how these 2 moves make any sense for the Marlins. First off, why start their clocks early? Second, I don't see how either has proven they are ready to make the jump to the big leagues. Given that we are talking about the Marlins here, this is quite a head-scratcher IMO.

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    Without reading the thread, this had to be a "new years party" type of a day for you @Jaypers

    You have been a big Marisnick guy for a long time back in his early Blue Jays days.

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    Surprised nothing had been mentioned of Yelich's good debut.....

    Christian Yelich went 3-for-4 with two RBI as the Marlins beat the Rockies 4-2 on Tuesday.

    It was quite the MLB debut for the 21-year-old, who started in left field and singled in runs in the third and fifth innings for his first two major league runs driven in. Yelich's arrival has been anticipated for a while now, and if his first game is any indication he will live up to the hype. Those in deeper mixed leagues can feel free to add him accordingly.

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    Re: Christian Yelich and Jake Marisnick Called Up to the Marlins

    Quote Originally Posted by markakis8 View Post
    Without reading the thread, this had to be a "new years party" type of a day for you @Jaypers

    You have been a big Marisnick guy for a long time back in his early Blue Jays days.
    Ditto love his size speed and make up. Great guy too

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    Christian Yelich and Jake Marisnick Called Up to the Marlins

    It's great to see Marisnick in the majors, too bad it's with another team. ;P
    He definitely can take over CF defensively. He's done ok with the bat, although it's one of the tools that has lagged behind. Tino is pretty high on Jake.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WaxPax View Post
    Surprised nothing had been mentioned of Yelich's good debut.....

    Christian Yelich went 3-for-4 with two RBI as the Marlins beat the Rockies 4-2 on Tuesday.

    It was quite the MLB debut for the 21-year-old, who started in left field and singled in runs in the third and fifth innings for his first two major league runs driven in. Yelich's arrival has been anticipated for a while now, and if his first game is any indication he will live up to the hype. Those in deeper mixed leagues can feel free to add him accordingly.
    I was at the game and Yelich looked good out there going 3-4 although the 3rd hit could have been scored an error on the 2B just as easily. One area of the game that Yelich hasn't shown yet is power but I do have to say that he was hitting some absolute bombs in BP, I mean he hit the scoreboard strip that is at the base of the 3rd deck at Coors twice in a row.

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