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Florida Marlins Win Two in Series With Baltimore Orioles

9 years ago by Chris Joseph
Your Florida Marlins last night finished their interleague series with the Baltimore Orioles. It was a series filled with ups, downs, stranded runners, bullpen implosions, and people getting fired. You know, just a typical week in the wacky world of Florida Marlins baseball! Here's how it all went down:Game 1...
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Miami Stadium Site Will Officially Get Its Historic Marker Saturday

2 years ago by Maria de Los Angeles
Earlier this year, baseball fan Abel Sanchez approached New Times about his fundraiser for a historical marker to commemorate the glory days of Miami Stadium, an architecturally significant structure built in 1949 that was razed in 2001 to make way for Miami Stadium Apartments in Allapattah.
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Miami Marlins Barely Drew More Fans This Year Than Some AAA Teams

1 year ago by Jerry Iannelli
Most Americans outside the Midwest have probably never seen an Indianapolis Indians game. The Indians are the Pittsburgh Pirates' Minor League Baseball affiliate — they play in the AAA International League in a stadium that holds a maximum of about 14,000 people. The single most exciting thing about attending...
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Miami Stadium Will Get a Historical Marker After a Successful Fundraiser

2 years ago by Maria de Los Angeles
Beginning June 7, Miami will draw Major League baseball fans from all over the world to be part of All-Star Weekend and see the All-Star Game at Marlins Park. It’s the city’s first time hosting the annual celebration of baseball, but not the first time Miami will have immersed...
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The Former Miami Stadium Deserves a Historical Marker

2 years ago by Maria de Los Angeles
“I fell in love with baseball when I set foot in that ballpark,” says Abel Sanchez. “It was magical. I could hear the cleats cracking as players came out of the tunnel. I could hear the ball going off the wood bat. There was nothing like being in the stadium...
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MLB Player Delmon Young Threatened to Kill a Brickell Valet, Went on Anti-Cuban Rant

4 years ago by Kyle Munzenrieder
Major League Baseball player Delmon Young found himself behind bars and accused of battery this weekend after threatening to kill a valet at the Viceroy hotel in Brickell over the weekend. Young reportedly unleashed a tirade full of ethnic insults at the valet before leaving. Police eventually found him at his...
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The Best Things To Do This Weekend in Miami

4 years ago by Miami New Times staff
The weekend is finally here, and it's not your typical weekend, the holiday weekend affords you the opportunity to see even more of the 305 (assuming that you're staying in town). This weekend offers plenty of diversions, from dance to baseball, outdoor events and more. Plus, the king and queen...
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Spring, Batta Batta, Spring

12 years ago by Chris Joseph
Spring training is a beautiful time for baseball fans. It’s pure. It signals a new beginning. It lacks the corporate feel the regular season seems to choke us with. Maybe it’s because the bleachers are so close to the action. Maybe it’s because of the peculiarly cool, casual uniforms. Sometimes...
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Ten Great Miami Landmarks That Were Lost to History

3 years ago by Maria de Los Angeles
A single palm tree adorns the City of Miami’s official seal, but these days, it might as well be replaced by a high-rise condo. Construction cranes now dot the skyline of “Bayhattan” along the Miami river where city founder Julia Tuttle first settled and incorporated the territory in 1896. The Magic City is often maligned by Old-World visitors as a “city without history,” and maybe that’s because so much visible evidence of history has seen the wrecking ball. Here are a few classic Miami landmarks that no longer stand.
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Marlins Fire Manager Fredi Gonzalez and Two Other Coaches

9 years ago by Kyle Munzenrieder
Even after delivering a 10-4 win against the Baltimore Orioles last night, the Marlins have announced that they've fired manager Fredi Gonzalez and two other coaches: bench coach Carlos Tosca and hitting coach Jim Presley."It is never easy to make a change in managers. Fredi has been with our club for...

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