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Manny Ramirez a Marlin? -- UPDATED

13 years ago by Jose D. Duran
UPDATE: Sorry, Fish fans dreaming of a summer watching Manny being Manny in Dolphin Stadium. Looks like the ManRam will be looking for the best place to take a leak behind the outfield wall in sunny Chavez Ravine instead. According to ESPN, the eccentric slugger is headed to the Dodgers...

Manny Ramirez Arrested for Domestic Violence in Broward UPDATED

10 years ago by Kyle Munzenrieder
Controversial former All-Star slugger Manny Ramirez was arrested in Broward County earlier tonight on charges of domestic battery. Ramirez, 39, allegedly slapped his wife so hard she fell back and hit her head on the headboard in the bedroom of their Weston home. Updated...

Meet the Miami Doctor Accused of Juicing Manny Ramirez

12 years ago by Tim Elfrink
View Larger Map When MLB nailed Manny Ramirez with a 50-game suspension in May for using banned substances, several newspapers reported that he got his juice from a Florida doctor. Now, if ESPN's investigative team is correct, we know his name: Dr. Pedro Bosch, a 71-year-old Coral Gables physician. ESPN...

Report: Manny Ramirez's Doc Based in Miami

12 years ago by Kyle Munzenrieder
It's like deja vu. Alex Rodriguez, a baseball superstar, got caught in a banned substance scandal and tried to claim that he didn't know exactly what he was putting in his body, but some guy in Miami told him to do it. Now, Manny Ramirez, a baseball superstar, gets caught in a banned...

Manny Ramirez's Comeback Begins; Celebrate By Marveling at His Weird Official Website

9 years ago by Gus Garcia-Roberts
Supremely bizarre baseball slugger-- and South Florida resident-- Manny Ramirez has had a long road back to the game. He abruptly retired from the Tampa Bay Rays in 2011 after testing positive for performance-enhancing drugs. He was arrested for allegedly battering his wife in their Weston home. Then he decided...

Manny Ramirez Suspended; Female Fertility Drug Use Suspected

12 years ago by Kyle Munzenrieder
The Marlins came so close to signing Manny Ramirez a year ago, and the fact that we didn't still has some fans mad. Turns out even if we had signed Ramirez, he'd be no good to us for the next fifty games. Ramirez, a Dodgers player and an off-season resident of...

The Other Ramirez

12 years ago by Chris Joseph
Just a few weeks ago, the Florida Marlins pitching staff was being called the best in baseball. Now they might as well be called “Denny’s” for their propensity for serving up grand slams willy-nilly, a whopping five so far this season. They’ve also set a franchise record for most consecutive...

Biogenesis Doctor Runs New Anti-Aging Clinic, and an NFL Superstar Showed Up on Its Instagram

2 years ago by Jerry Iannelli
In a clip posted for his 3.3 million Instagram followers this past March 28, Oakland Raiders star Antonio Brown stands in a weight room at Hollywood Hills High School while grasping a comically large medicine ball. The song “Baby Birkin” by the rapper Gunna reverberates through the gym, painted various...

Billy Corben Brings a Rakontur Double Feature to Miami Film Festival

2 years ago by Hans Morgenstern
Miami-based documentary filmmaker Billy Corben speaks in the same style his movies unfold: fast and peppered with plenty of self-effacing jokes. You don’t want to laugh for fear of missing what he might say next. On a tight schedule to finish one of the two films he's slated to premiere...

60 Minutes: Tony Bosch Injected A-Rod; "Alex Is Scared of Needles" (VIDEO)

8 years ago by Chuck Strouse
False doctor Tony Bosch, who beat the system in Florida after supplying more than a dozen top athletes with anti-aging drugs, spoke with 60 Minutes Sunday. In a series of story that more than confirmed groundbreaking Miami New Times stories about Biogenesis, Bosch's Coral Gables clinic, the son of Coral...

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