Kansas City Royals

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    April 1, 2013

    Marlins Suffer First Loss in What Some Hope Could Be Historic Streak

    In the first shutout of the young MLB season, the Miami Marlins fell to the Washington National 0-2 today, but fans of schadenfreude only have one number on their mind: 20. That would give the Marlins the single longest losing streak in the post-wildcard era. If anyone can top the 2005 Kansas City R ... More >>

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    March 28, 2013

    The Screwball Economics of Major League Baseball

    As another season begins, MLB faces an unsustainable future — and you're picking up the tab.

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    January 25, 2013

    Ex-Dolphins QB Pat White Signs With The Marlins

    Sometimes it seems the Marlins and Dolphins are trying to pull one big joke on South Florida, and now it appears the Marlins are set to recycle one of the Dolphins biggest punchlines.Pat White, a name synonymous with Bill Parcells' crappy draft picks, has been offered a minor league contract with th ... More >>

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    July 19, 2012

    The Franchise Episode 2 Recap: LoMo Meets His Hero & Lo Viste

    It's fitting that the same day big trade rumors involving Heath Bell and Hanley Ramirez surface, episode two of The Franchise is pretty much framed around a trade deadline discussion roundtable with Jeffery Loria, Larry Beinfest and their DERP lackeys (or maybe the Marlins PLANTED those rumors as a ... More >>

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    June 5, 2012

    Albert Almora, Mater Academy Star, Taken Sixth By Cubs In MLB Draft

    Hialeah Gardens' Mater Academy senior Albert Almora has one hell of a choice on his hands this morning -- whether to become a star playing college baseball for his hometown Canes, or whether to take an estimated $3.25 million bonus to join the Chicago Cubs system.Almora tells the Miami Herald this m ... More >>

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    May 17, 2012
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    May 14, 2012

    John "La Ley" Ruiz, TV Lawyer, Claims Baseball Coaches Ripped Him Off

    Ah, baseball. The nostalgic green of the outfield grass. The evocative crack of bat hitting ball. The zeal of litigation and the slow slog of civil justice. George Will say whaa?! Three prominent local figures in youth baseball are embroiled in an intriguing lawsuit filed earlier this month. Miam ... More >>

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    March 29, 2012
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    July 7, 2011

    Jack McKeon Managing Against the Children of His Former Players

    McKeon managed John Mayberry back when chew was healthy.​A new chapter of the Jack McKeon Is Really Old Chronicles was written last night: The 80-year-old Marlins manager skippered a game against the son of a player he managed in the early 1970s.John Mayberry was the Kansas City Royals' hard-hitti ... More >>

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    June 21, 2011

    Marlins Manager Jack McKeon, in 400 Years of Baseball Cards

    "Stadiums have LIGHTS now?!"​Trader Jack is back. They've taken him out of the mothballs and planted him back in the Marlins dugout, and he made a great stride forward by taking Hanley Ramirez out of the starting lineup as soon as he marched into town.Who is this guy? Where did he come from? Let u ... More >>

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    June 20, 2011

    Marlins Dig Up Jack McKeon, Might Put Him in Charge

    ​Former Marlins skipper Jack McKeon is going to come back to manage the nose-diving team, according to ESPN. McKeon, who helped the Marlins win the 2003 World Series using management skills he learned from observing Noah build his ark, retired in 2005 so he could spend more time turning into a pil ... More >>

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    October 19, 2010

    Bill Parcells Has Left The Building

    ​ESPN is reporting that Miami Dolphins football czar Bill Parcells has packed his bags and moved out of the Dolphins offices. The Dolphins, of course, knew that Parcells was on his way out. But it seems that no one anticipated it to be this soon. Because why would they? Reports out of Dolphins cam ... More >>

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    June 10, 2010
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    October 5, 2009

    Dear Jeffrey Loria: Quit Acting Like a D-Bag and Leave Fredi Alone

    Somewhere in a New York penthouse right now, Jeffrey Loria is angrily straightening a Picasso on his wall, swigging a vintage Chianti, and cursing loudly.via Hazboy's flickrWhy wouldn't you fire the best manager in baseball?​His Marlins have missed the playoffs yet again. And Loria has decided it ... More >>

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    September 10, 2009

    Nicaraguan Revolution

    A South Miami-Dade baseball league is a potpourri of past, present, and future stars.

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    July 17, 2009

    Phillies' Raul Ibanez: A-Rod Is Green with Envy

    It's Ibanez's world and we're all just trying to live in it.Sitting next to a beautiful woman for 12 hours in first class on an airplane is the perfect situation. You want to avoid boredom, so small-talk is perfectly acceptable. And she can't walk away because she has to remain seated and buckled pe ... More >>

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    April 29, 2009

    Marlins Finally Win Again! Now a Reputable News Source Says They Will Win It All

    Time to shave that Rasputin-length win-beard. The Marlins are at last back in the win column after a season start that can only be described as more confusing than Charlie Crist's sexuality.via Wikipedia CommonsEven with Han-Ram on the bench, the streak ended.Somehow the Fish won 11 freaking games b ... More >>

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    February 12, 2009

    Wait, the Marlins Are Playing Baseball This Year?

    With all the hullaballo and hubbub over the giant tax-pit ... um ... new Marlins Stadium proposal, it's easy to forget that the Fish are still a baseball team and the new season is almost upon us. It's a shame, really. For true baseball fans, Spring Training is the best time of the year. Everyone's ... More >>

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    May 15, 2008

    All Right Now

    Drop everything, Marlins fans. Super Saturdays are back!

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    June 2, 2005

    Extra Innings

    The game of baseball isn't played against the clock, which is a good thing because Jack McKeon has lots of stories to tell

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    July 29, 1999

    Striking out on his own

    Cuban pitching coach Rigoberto Betancourt threw Castro a curve by defecting. Now he's in immigration hell.

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    June 24, 1999

    Three Strikes and It's Out

    Florida International University goes to bat for Little Havana's Casa del Bisbol Cubano

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    October 3, 1996

    The Girl of Summer

    How did Tina Nichols become the first woman to play in the South Florida Baseball League? Simple: She's good.