Carlos Marmol 49 | Pitcher

Miami Marlins

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Fri. Apr 11, 2014 Subscribe 
News: Marmol got a vote of confidence from Manager Mike Redmond despite battling with command issues and allowing a game-winning grand slam Wednesday. "I still felt good having Marmol out there... That's why we signed him, to come in a take over for some guys we lost. We're going to need this guy to pitch in some big game situations and some big games," Redmond told the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. Impact: Marmol and A.J. Ramos are the Marlins' primary late-inning reliever behind Steve Cishek and it sounds like the wild veteran may be ahead in the pecking order even after his Wednesday implosion. He simply could not find the plate, throwing just 10 of 19 pitches for strikes, but the Marlins clearly knew what they were getting into when the signed Marmol this offseason. He remains an intriguing name to monitor with the annual Steve Cishek trade-deadline rumors only a couple of months away -- granted, Marmol will need to find the strike zone first.(RotoWire, )
Thu. Apr 10, 2014
News: Marmol was saddled with a loss and a blown save after giving up a grand slam to the Nationals' Jayson Werth in the eighth inning on Wednesday. He was charged with four runs (all earned), two hits and a walk in the frame. Impact: Marmol's control was shaky again Wednesday, as he threw just 10 of his 19 pitches for strikes. He hadn't given up a run in four prior appearances, but Wednesday's night's tough outing ballooned his ERA to 7.20 on the season. The outing likely knocks Marmol down a bit in the pecking order in the Marlins bullpen, and further proves why he shouldn't be owned outside of the deepest of NL formats.(RotoWire, )
Carlos Marmol
2014 Season
Ht: 6' 2"  Wt: 215  Age: 31
Bats: R  Throws: R
Born: 10/14/1982, Bonao, Dominican Republic
College: None
Debut: 2006
Salary: $1,250,000
Injury Status
No Current Injury