Starting pitcher Straily released by Marlins: undefined
February 14, 2001
The Ford C. Frick Award, named in memory of the former broadcaster-turned-baseball commissioner, will be given to the Marlins’ radio announcer Rafael Ramirez during Hall of Fame induction ceremonies this summer. ‘Felo,’ who began his 56-year career broadcasting games in Cuba, had been in the Miami broadcast booth since the team’s inaugural season in 1993.
February 6, 2012
An arbitration panel rules in favor of 27-year-old Anibal Sanchez (8-9, 3.67), awarding the Marlin right-hander with a record-breaking $8 million salary for this season. The decision, which puts aside the team’s counteroffer of $6.9 million, represents the largest amount ever given to a starting pitcher who went to arbitration.