Found January 10, 2012 on Sun Sentinel:
Fox Sports Florida is giving fans some last glimpses of the Florida Marlins. Starting Wednesday through Feb. 29, the network will re-air eight of the club’s top games from last season. Here’s the list:  Airdate: Wednesday, Jan. 11 (12 p.m.) Game date: Friday, April 1, 2011 Fans watched Josh Johnson take a no-hitter into the seventh inning; Buck hit a grand slam in his Marlins debut. Logan Morrison also homered and Gaby Sanchez added an RBI single in the 19th and final opener at Sun Life Stadium.   Airdate: Wednesday, Jan. 18 (12 p.m.) Game date: Monday, April 25, 2011 A rally in the eighth was cut short when Omar Infante contributed to two outs in the inning. But Infante redeemed himself after a Dodgers miscue in the ninth, hitting a walk-off single over a leaping Jerry Sands.   Airdate: Wednesday, Jan. 25 (12 p.m.) Game date: Thursday, May 4, 2011 One night after striking out with the tying runs on base for the final out, Mike Stanton got the best of the St. Louis Cardinals. Stanto...

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Call To The Bullpen MLB Podcast: Hot Stove Discussion on Prince Fielder, Edwin Jackson, Carlos Zambrano, and more

In the inaugural edition of MSF’s baseball podcast “Call to the Bullpen” Corey D’Souza and I look at where remaining free agents Prince Fielder and Edwin Jackson may end up, and they analyze the Carlos Zambrano trade to the Miami Marlins from the Chicago Cubs and what that could mean for each team. To close things out, Pat and Corey look at the players on the ballot for...

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