|2014 Season (CBSSports.com)||223.00||0.00||.274||12.00||29.00||15.00|
|Games Played By Position|
|vs Gee (Career)||8||4||0|| .500||.556||.500|
|03/27/2014||Ricky Nolasco, SP MIN|
Logan Forsythe, DH TB
Roy Halladay, SP PHI
Corey Hart, RF SEA
Elliot Johnson, RF CLE
Juan Pierre, LF MIA
|Jake Arrieta, SP CHC|
Luke Gregerson, RP OAK
Reymond Fuentes, CF SD
Jesus Guzman, 1B HOU
|Last 10 Games|
|Five Marlins become free agents |
|by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer|
(11/6/13) Marlins outfielder Juan Pierre, third baseman Placido Polanco, outfielder Matt Diaz, outfielder Austin Kearns and relief pitcher Chad Qualls have filed for free agency.
All were just role players in 2013. Qualls figures to attract the most interest after posting a 2.61 ERA in 66 appearances.
|Juan Pierre says he won't retire after the season |
|by Jack Moore | CBSSports.com|
(8/2/13) Marlins outfielder Juan Pierre says he will not retire following the 2013 season, the Miami Herald reports.
Pierre, 35, has struggled with Miami this season, as he owns just a .244/.286/.299 line in 76 games. He says he understands opportunities may not be there due to his lack of production, but Pierre is determined to play until the opportunities are gone.
"I’m not going to cry once I’m done playing," Pierre said. "They can come and take away my jersey right now, and I’ll be fine. I'll be OK with it either way. Looking back, I would have never thought I'd play one day in the big leagues, let alone 13 years. So I'm grateful for all the time I did it."
|Marlins gauging interest in Juan Pierre and Placido Polanco |
|by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com|
(7/30/13) The Marlins are gauging interest in outfielder Juan Pierre and third baseman Placido Polanco, according to ESPN.
Pierre has a career-low .242 batting average with one home run, eight RBI and 19 stolen bases in 269 at-bats. Polanco only started in seven games in July and is hitting .259/.315/.301 with one home run and 18 RBI in 282 at-bats.
|Juan Pierre gets a start |
|by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com|
(6/25/13) Marlins outfielder Juan Pierre is in the starting lineup Tuesday.
Pierre was splitting time with Justin Ruggiano, but there was some talk that Ruggiano would get some more starts after a strong performance Sunday. Pierre will get the start against Kevin Correia. Pierre is hitting .246/.290/.304 in 240 at-bats.
|Marlins playing the hot hand in left |
|by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com|
(6/24/13) The Marlins will likely ride the hot hand in left, according to MLB.com.
Justin Ruggiano was a surprise start against Matt Cain Sunday. Ruggiano has been playing against left-handers, but got the start because manager Mike Redmond wanted added power in the lineup. Though Juan Pierre was playing well in June, with a 14-game hitting streak at one point, Ruggiano could see more time after Sunday's game.
|Juan Pierre was back in a Marlins' uniform in 2013 after having some of the best seasons of his career during his first stint with the team in 2003-05. Unfortunately, the reunion didn't prove to be as fruitful. While Pierre was a regular in the starting lineup to begin the year, by late May he was relegated to a platoon role and by late July he was on the bench. While Pierre still proved to be useful on the base paths, netting 23 stolen bases, he hit a career-low .247 in 113 games. He also had just eight RBI, 13 walks and 14 extra-base hits. Pierre is doing his best to try to postpone retirement, but he's probably going to have to settle for a bench role if he wants to prolong his career. Since Pierre probably won't be starting often, he's probably not even worth a flier in Rotisserie or single-league formats on Draft Day.
(Updated 1/15/14) |
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