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Its so close, the day many Marlins fans have been waiting for since we first stepped foot in that orange nightmare with more name changes than Puff Daddy. For those of us who sat through the all too common rain delays, those of us who baked under the sun on a Sunday afternoon game, this is a dream come true. Joe/Pro/Dolphins/Whatever was our home for 19 years. While it was not a very nice home, it provided us with many happy memories. 4 no hitters (Kevin Brown, Al Leiter, AJ Burnett and Anibal Sanchez), 3 BBWAA Rookie of the Year (2003 Dontrelle Willis, 2006 Hanley Ramirez and 2009 Chris Coghlan) and 2 World Series Championships (1997, 2003). Yes, in their short existence as a team, they have given the city of Miami a lot to be proud about. The Marlins have the same amount of championships as the Dolphins, Hurricanes and Heat. COMBINED. Yet, we were still the loveable losers, but losers not more. With the recent additions to the roster and a world class baseball facility, th...
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While the MLB season started pretty silently in Japan on March 29th, everyone’s looking forward to celebrating “America’s Favorite Pasttime” back in America this coming... [[ Read More ]]
The new Miami Marlins manager went on an awesome Ozzie rant today, like only Ozzie can, going on and on and on about Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter.
“My favorite player in the history of the game — nobody represents baseball better than that guy, Derek Jeter. Nobody. Not Mickey Mantle, Not Babe Ruth, Not Willie Mays” he said
“This guy is God, a baseball god. “
In their first game against a major league opponent at Marlins Park, the Miami Marlins fell 10-8 to the New York Yankees on Sunday. It was the first of two exhibition games against the Yankees with game two coming on Monday night. The exhibition games were scheduled as a way to work out some kinks in the new ballpark while also showcasing the venue against one of the...
Perched atop the Miami Marlins' colorful, provocative home-run sculpture is a blue marlin, poised for splashdown whenever the home team hits one out.
Call the artwork what you will - gaudy, goofy, grotesque, great - but there's no denying it's new. For the Marlins, that's what this season is all about.
They've become a big-spending, attention-grabbing team as...
Miami Marlins pitcher Juan Oviedo and Cleveland Indians pitcher Roberto Hernandez are expected to be suspended for up to six weeks of regular-season play because they had been using false identities while playing in the Major Leagues, multiple media outlets reported Monday.
Oviedo, who had been known as Leo Nunez, and Hernandez, who went by the name of Fausto Carmona, are expected...
Who here has watched baseball in a sauna? Squeezed between a sweaty old man and a three hundred pound lady spilling nachos? Who’s only shot at refreshment was the last $9 in your pocket for a beer that grew lukewarm if you didn’t chug like a college freshman? Unless your dream baseball experience was sweating out free radicals and heading home from the game smelling...
MIAMI The St. Louis Cardinals opened a new stadium in 2006. They were fitted for rings in the first season.
The New York Yankees moved into new digs in 2009. They immediately won the World Series.
It remains to be seen what will happen in the first year for Miami in the new Marlins Park. But theres enough history on their side that the Marlins, who open the regular season in their...
Juan Carlos Oviedo has had quite the offseason. The pitcher formerly known as Leo Nunez first had to deal with Uncle Sam's displeasure after running afoul of the U.S. government. Now, he's suffering the wrath of Bud Selig. MLB has reportedly suspended Oviedo six weeks for falsifying information about his real identity, according to the Miami Herald. The former Marlins closer...
Major League Baseball is suspending Miami Marlins reliever Juan Carlos Oviedo – formally known as Leo Nunez - for six weeks due to years of identify fraud.Oviedo is currently in his home country of the Dominican Republic finishing his community service. Once completed, he will get a work visa to pitch in the United States but must sit out six weeks, starting on Opening Day of the...
Fans pose in front of the team logo as the new Miami Marlins Ball Park holds an exhibition game between the New York Yankees and the Miami Marlins on April 1, 2012, in Miami, Florida. UPI/Susan Knowles
The Marlins have a new name, a new stadium, a new manager, and a new star, but will any of it translate into victories in 2012?
Stare too long at the Marlins’ fruit-stripped gum...
MIAMI (AP) -- Alex Rodriguez drove in three runs with a double and a sacrifice fly, and the New York Yankees completed a two-game exhibition sweep in the Miami Marlins' new ballpark by winning 5-2 Monday night.
The game was the last of spring training for the Marlins, who open the season in the ballpark Wednesday night against the World Series champion St. Louis Cardinals.
This season is considered the biggest campaign since 1993 for the Miami Marlins as they embark on a new chapter in their history. A new name, a new ballpark, a new look and a new feel all contribute to what promises to be a historic and memorable season. For the first time, the Marlins will play their home games in an actual ballpark instead of a converted football stadium...
Juan Oviedo and Roberto Hernandez - who were formerly known as Leo Nunez and Fausto Carmona, respectively - will likely be suspended by Major League Baseball for up to six weeks, sources told ESPN's Pedro Gomez on Monday.
Both pitchers will be banned after they receive their visas and return to the United States, Gomez noted.
The suspensions are believed to be part of the negotiations...
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