Found February 13, 2012 on Washington Times:
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MIAMI (AP) - With their profile on the rise, the Miami Marlins are getting a TV show.This season the Marlins will be the focus of Showtime's documentary series, "The Franchise." That means unprecedented exposure for a team that has finished last in the NL in attendance each of the past ...
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