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Miami Marlins trade rumors: Any prospect available in deal for starting pitching

The Marlins aren’t holding anything back. Miami Owner Jeffrey Loria is “committed to improving the rotation,” and as a result, the Marlins are considering trading any prospect in a deal for pitching if the return is right, according to Barry Jackson of The Miami Herald. As the trade deadline approaches, the Marlins are reportedly hoping to add at least one but potentially...
Via Fish Stripes
9 hours ago

Desperate Marlins’ best shot at prying Yankees starter away

The Marlins are cited by several executives as the most aggressive team in the pitching market. One problem: They are viewed as having among the majors’ worst prospect bases. “[Marlins owner] Jeffrey Loria is willing to do anything to win today, but there is nothing in their system,” said an executive from a team willing...
Via New York Post
3 days ago

Jeffrey Loria Opts For High Road On Expos Questioning

JUPITER, Fla. — To approach him or not to approach him? That was the question facing me Saturday morning. Just inside the Miami Marlins grounds that are open to the media and not the public, I saw this familiar figure dressed smartly in a bright, checkered shirt, blue trousers and black shoes. That man was Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria. He was talking to an unidentified man, who...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
March 20, 2016  |  Discuss

Report: Marlins fired grievance over Dan Jennings' salary

The Miami Marlins once again are making headlines for the wrong reason. The Miami Herald reports the Marlins had previously filed a grievance because former general manager/manager Dan Jennings is only making $100,000 in his new role as special assistant with the Washington Nationals. The Marlins owed Jennings $1.5 million after firing him at the end of last season, and after...
Via The Comeback
March 14, 2016  |  Discuss

Three MLB teams that should consider relocation

Even in the heart of the NFL’s playoff season, the buzzword around the nation’s biggest sports entity has been “relocation.” With the Rams leaving St. Louis for Los Angeles (and the Chargers potentially being not too far behind), the second biggest market in the U.S. will once again have at least one team in town for the first time in more than two decades. The chances of...
Via The Sports Daily
January 15, 2016  |  Discuss

Marcell Ozuna seems to be as good as gone from the Marlins

The Miami Marlins remain a trainwreck. Expectations are that the club will trade talented 25-year old center fielder Marcell Ozuna this weekend…simply because owner Jeffrey Loria has a problem with him for whatever reason. Multiple teams have approached the #Marlins about Marcell Ozuna. They're being told Miami wants a young starter in return. — Jerry Crasnick (@jcrasnick...
Via The Outside Corner
November 20, 2015  |  Discuss

Jeffrey Loria reportedly got upset with Dan Jennings for playing Marcell Ozuna

Six months ago Dan Jennings was the Miami Marlins’ GM, five months ago he was the team’s manager, and today he is neither. The Marlins on Thursday fired Jennings as the team’s GM. He had resumed the role after serving as the team’s interim manager for most of the season (he replaced Mike Redmond in mid-May). What led the Marlins to dump him as their GM, too? Apparently...
Via Larry Brown Sports
October 29, 2015  |  Discuss

Miami Marlins: Is Dan Jennings the answer at manager?

After being swept by the Mets in mid-April the Miami Marlins were 3-10, and team ownership made no secret of manager Mike Redmond’s position firmly atop the hot seat. The team then won nine of ten games including a five game winning streak, and Redmond’s job seemed to be safe. However, now in mid-May the Marlins sit at 16-22, falling fast, and owner Jeffrey Loria has seen enough...
Via isportsweb.com
May 18, 2015  |  Discuss

Jeffrey Loria’s Quick Hook Continues to Set Marlins Back

Sportsnaut Guest Post – Written by Robin Hill Art dealers typically do not ply their craft in the public eye. So, when an art dealer has the spotlight shown on them, bad results may follow. This happenstance has also been proven in the sports world. Jeffrey Loria is Miami’s most famous art dealer and has been since he abanadoned the title of most famous art dealer in Montreal...
Via Sportsnaut
May 17, 2015  |  Discuss

Marlins fire manager Mike Redmond

By Joe Lucia The Miami Marlins were nearly no-hit on Sunday, and it was only a Justin Bour single with two outs in the ninth that prevented them from finishing a game with zero hits for the second time in less than eight months. But apparently, “almost” is good enough for Jeffrey Loria and the Marlins, as manager Mike Redmond was fired after the 6-0 loss to the Atlanta Braves...
Via Larry Brown Sports
May 17, 2015  |  Discuss
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