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Anyone who follows baseball fairly regularly can tell you the tales of the Miami(formerly Florida) Marlins. They are two-time World Series winners, in just under 20 years of existence. Fans of teams like the Padres, Rays, Royals, and Rangers just shake their head in bewilderment. But every time they have won the World Series, there [...]
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The Miami Marlins have once again undergone another offseason firesale, after duping the city to provide them a new ballpark. Outside of Giancarlo Stanton, most of the big names have been shipped out of town and another sub-.500 season appears to be in store for the fish.
According to Juan C. Rodriguez on Twitter, the Marlins seem to have set the top of their batting order for the...
Roger Dean Stadium, Jupiter, Fla.
PitchersCatchers, Feb. 12; Full Squad, Feb. 15.
69-93, last in NL East
Mike Redmond (1st year)
The personable former Marlins catcher begins his first big-league managerial stint. He managed the last two years at Class A in the Toronto Blue Jays system.
Reid Cornelius (Bullpen), Joey Espada (Third Base), Chuck...
How bad have things gotten in Miami for the Marlins? Well for one, Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria was voted barely more popular than Fidel Castro in South Florida. And if that didn’t tell you how bad things are, the Marlins held their Winter Warm Up event where single game tickets were put up for sale. And the picture above shows the rather anemic line for those tickets.
As for the...
After bringing in some high-priced free agent talent, opening a new stadium (of which the tax payers footed a lot of the bill for), and changing their name from the 'Florida' Marlins to the 'Miami' Marlins hopes were high. Instead what they had was the team's worst season this millennium.
To make mattes worse, the team basically sold...
The Miami Marlins will gather their staff for baseball operations president Larry Beinfest's first meeting of spring training Sunday morning. In past years, his program began with a review of the previous season.
Not this time.
The Marlins are simply tired of hearing about all that went wrong in 2012 - and the fallout that followed. They changed managers, traded players, sliced...
This, folks, is not good. This isn’t the line for the DMV or to catch the matinee showing of “Fun Size”. No, this is what the line looked like 25 minutes before single-game tickets for the Miami Marlins 2013 season went on sale. This is what dumping $146.5 million in salary gets you one year after a brand new stadium opens built on the backs of taxpayers. The unfortunate thing...
Miami is a team is flux. After an offseason of taking on massive amounts of contract obligations they have now blown up the major league team, shipped those contracts elsewhere and will have a tough...
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4. Ok, the majority of scenes end at threesome but...there's plenty with more than the 4 that showed up for Miami Marlins' season tickets.
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And, yes, that may very well be...
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Clark Spencer of the Miami Herald reports on two veteran signings by the
6' 11" journeyman Jon Rauch has signed a 1-year $1 million dollar
contract. The behemoth reliever toiled for the New York Mets last season.
The 34-year old appeared in 73 games, and posted a very respectable 0.988 WHIP
in the process. A balky elbow, however, kept his innings...
Today is the first day of the Chinese New Year. As over one billion members of the Chinese community prepare to usher in the year of the snake, baseball enthusiast in Miami is pumped about 2013 – the year of the Marlin. Before you assume there was a typo in that last sentence with me not pluralizing the word “enthusiast”, take a look at this tweet by Marlins beat writer...
The Miami Marlins invited their fans to their special Winter Warm-Up event on Saturday, presumably with cards that read, “Giancarlo Stanton may hate us, but he’s still here”, and it went about as well as you’d expect. That picture above, tweeted by the Palm Beach Post’s Marlins beat writer Joe Capozzi, shows the entire line of people waiting to purchase single game tickets...
The Miami Marlins held a fanfest of sorts on Saturday at Marlins Park. Here is a look at the line for single-game tickets less than 30 minutes before they officially went on sale.As you can see, the Fish are having trouble drawing fan interest in spite of opening a brand new stadium last season.Perhaps it's because the team cleaned house and cut payroll between then and now?...