Kevin Gregg

  • Blogs

    April 28, 2009

    Will the Marlins ever win again?

    We were on the top of the world, and getting everybody's attention. Regis Philbin inserted the Marlins into his daily Senile Round-up. Philadelphia sportswriters were warning fans that the Phillies had more than the Mets to worry about. "They're not a mirage and they're not going away," wrote the Da ... More >>

  • Blogs

    April 11, 2009

    Holy S#$%, baseball is back

    It's hard to wax romantic about baseball at Dolphins stadium. Something about the sickly yellow-green that the klieg lights turn the grass outfield, the barren seating sections at every glance, the uncoordinated Mermaids bravely persisting as baseball's only cheerleaing squad- it just doesn't bring ... More >>

  • News

    April 9, 2009

    Shear Happiness

    It's spring, and that means the Marlins are back.

  • Blogs

    April 7, 2009

    Our 2009 Marlins Predictions: Sub-600 Crowds, a Surprisingly Good Record, and a Payroll Lower than A-Rod's Knee Insurance

    BY GUS GARCIA-ROBERTS AND TIM ELFRINK Boy, were we pleased when Hanley Ramirez made an empty demand for a trade earlier this spring after the team forced him to mow his cornrows. Our joy had nothing to do with wanting to see Han-Ram go. We would sacrifice our first-born to Jeffrey Loria if we thoug ... More >>

  • Blogs

    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 >>