It's Monday and the last place you wanna be is where you're at right now: stuck inside your cubicle surrounded by stacks of paper, where the only source of light is the dim glare of your computer screen. We get it... Mondays are miserable. But hey, come 5 p.m., you'll be one step closer to Friday a ... More >>
On the morning of September 11, 2001, the National League East was still up for grabs. Having taken three of four games against the Marlins, the third-place New York Mets squad was within five games of its division rival, the Atlanta Braves, and set to start a series against the awful Pittsburg Pira ... More >>
Hey, racist America! Remember Marc Anthony, that raging Mexican impostor that crooned "God Bless America" at the MLB All-Star Game on Tuesday? Turns out, he's a good ol' Yankee. Even better, the Puerto Rican-American, Grammy-winning recording artist was born in New York State, and grew up in East ... More >>
Up through last August, Melky Cabrera was having a career year for the San Francisco Giants. He smacked 51 hits in May alone and was honored as the All Star Game MVP after going 2-3 in a National League victory. But then Major League Baseball found elevated testosterone levels in Cabrera and suspend ... More >>
The first episode of The Franchise: Miami Marlins featured a shitload of F-bombs and was narrated by Don Draper, officially making The Franchise the greatest thing on TV ever.The first episode covered Ozzie Guillen's Fidel Castro comments, the team's blowing shit up in May, and their shit-the-b ... More >>
The Miami television market usually leads the nation in viewership of the men's World Cup, but apparently couldn't be bothered on Sunday to tune into the final of the ladies' version. The Miami market only ranked 25th in viewership.
A fan-made "Miami" logo. (Yes, the Marlins have some fans.)The condition that the Florida Marlins change their name to the Miami Marlins as part of the deal for their new stadium has been well known locally for years. But the baseball-loving world at large (which we assume does not care much abou ... More >>
Armando MarsansRafael Almeida and Armando Marsans made their major league baseball debut with the Cincinnati Reds on July 4, 1911. Both men were Cuban -- and as the national pastime was segregated back then, Reds management made sure to remind fans these players were purebred Spaniards with ... More >>