MLB.com "Jeff Mathis, a valued clubhouse leader and dependable backup catcher, has agreed to a one-year deal to return to the Marlins. Mathis will earn $1.5 million, the same figure he made in 2015. One of the most popular players on the team, Mathis served as a veteran mentor to rookie catcher J.T...." December 18
MLB.com "The Marlins are not expected to be extremely active on the free-agent market, but they've already expressed interest in retaining one of their most popular clubhouse veterans who is now on the market. Miami is open to bringing back catcher Jeff Mathis, one of three players from the 2015 roster..." November 15
Fox Sports Florida "The Miami Marlins made a series of moves prior to Monday's game against the Atlanta Braves, starting with placing Opening Day starter Henderson Alvarez on the 15-day disabled list with right shoulder inflammation. Alvarez, who reportedly had an MRI on Sunday following his loss to the Tampa Bay..." April 13
Hardball Talk "Jeff Mathis had his usual terrible season at the plate, hitting .200 with two homers and a .537 OPS in 64 games, but his defense continued to receive praise and the Marlins want him back. Joe Frisaro of MLB.com reports that the Marlins will exercise their $1.5 million option on Mathis for 2015,..." October 30
Fox Sports Florida "Jeff Mathis hit an early home run then lined a tiebreaking double in the eighth inning that bounced off Giants center fielder Andres Torres and sent the Miami Marlins over San Francisco Giants 6-5 Sunday. It was 5-all in a back-and-forth game when Ed Lucas led off the eighth with a single..." August 18
Miami Herald "Jeff Mathis is more than just a backup catcher for the Marlins. He’s the only catcher in the organization — other than regular starter Rob Brantly — with any major-league experience. That’s why manager Mike Redmond was downcast Saturday upon learning that Mathis had sustained a broken..." February 24
Marlins Jeff Mathis right collarbone fracture. Out approximately 6 weeks.