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Owners, execs descend on Chicago for meetingsUpdated Nov 14, 2012 Share Tweet
CHICAGO (AP) -- While the Miami Marlins and Toronto Blue Jays worked on a blockbuster trade with far-reaching implications, major league owners and executives descended on Chicago on Wednesday for the first of two days of meetings.
Giancarlo Stanton Is A Master Of Mashing Taters And WordplayUpdated Nov 14, 2012 Share TweetGiancarlo Stanton, the only good player left on the now decimated Miami Marlins roster, was not happy about his team trading away all of its good players. As we told you last night, he expressed his displeasure on Twitter: More »Source: deadspin.com
Montgomery: Phils have challenging work to doUpdated Nov 14, 2012 Share TweetWell, the Florida Marlins sure are making a lot of noise this offseason. Conversely, the Phillies have been relatively quiet, but they do have a lot of hard work ahead of them, as team president David Montgomery expressed this week.Source: MLB.comShare TweetMIAMI (AP) -- The attendance-challenged Miami Marlins have antagonized fans yet again by deciding a low-budget team is good enough for their new ballpark.
Dear Marlins: This longtime fan is trading you for another teamUpdated Nov 14, 2012 Share TweetEditor's note: Michael Lawson is one of the many Marlins fans who are saying 'enough is enough' after the franchise embarked on the third fire sale of its relatively short history on Tuesday. Here's a letter he sent to Big League Stew resigning his pos…Source: yahoo.comShare TweetMiami Marlins fans aren't the only ones getting a raw deal after Jeffrey Loria kicked his fire sale into high gear on Tuesday. Also getting jobbed? Slater, Mark Buehrle's increasingly (and unfairly) maligned American Staffordshire terrier. You might rem…Source: yahoo.com
Cheapskate Loria dupes Fish fans againUpdated Nov 14, 2012 Share TweetIf the Miami Marlins are going to dump their team every year, their new manager should be John Calipari. Why not? He can win some games, sell a bunch of tickets and sell a bunch more T-shirts -- and then announce in December that he traded his entire st…
After fire sale of Jose Reyes, Mark Buehrle, Josh Johnson & others, Miami Marlins - and baseball in South Florida - could be inUpdated Nov 14, 2012 Share TweetIt didn't take long for Jeffrey Loria to blow up his grand plan to create an instant winner in his spanking-new, taxpayer-funded stadium in Miami. Less than one year exactly, and nobody in baseball, especially the Yankees, can be particularly happy over…Source: nydailynews.comShare TweetMiami cleaned house by shipping Josh Johnson, Jose Reyes and Mark Buehrle to Toronto. But did the blockbuster actually make the Blue Jays better? Buyer beware, says Cliff Corcoran.
There's Shrewd, There's Genius, Then There's Marlins Owner Jeffrey LoriaUpdated Nov 14, 2012 Share TweetThe Toronto Blue Jays and Miami Marlins pulled off a 12-player trade, one that's being hailed as a gigantic upgrade for the Jays and the latest fire s...Source: grantland.com
About the Previous Evening: Lakers Lose, Spartans Win, and All the Marlins Get TradedUpdated Nov 14, 2012 Share TweetPretty much every morning, About Last Night provides you with the essential sports headlines that you need to know. This is not one of those mornings....Source: grantland.com
Marlins Hit The Reset ButtonNov 14Dan Le Batard isn't happy with Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria and the team's multiple-player trade to the Blue Jays.
Buster Blog: AL East Wide-Open After TradeNov 14Buster Olney blogs about the Blue Jays' chances in the AL East following their proposed trade with the Marlins.
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Clayton mailbag: Backup QBs under microscopeNov 14With four starters being injured in Week 10, the state of the NFL's backup quarterback situation is about to come into focus, writes John Clayton.