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The Marlins' Megadeal Could Be Good For Miami If Jeffrey Loria Didn't Exist
deadspin.com Updated Nov 19, 2012
It took almost a week, but everyone's taken their physicals and the commissioner's office has signed off on the crazypants deal. Deep breath: The Marlins will receive Henderson Alvarez, Yunel Escobar, Adeiny Hechavarria, Jeff Mathis, Jake Marisnick, Ant…Share Tweet
Mets will get an earlier start on Grapefruit playThe New York Mets will open their Spring Training schedule on Feb. 23 in Port St. Lucie, Fla. Due to the return of the World Baseball Classic, the Mets will begin Grapefruit League play about a week earlier than in most other years.Share Tweet
Orioles hire Haas to be national crosscheckerThe Orioles announced Monday that they have named Matt Haas as national crosschecker. Haas, 40, joins the Orioles' organization after four years as a regional crosschecker for the Marlins.Share TweetThe Miami Marlins' latest payroll purge received final approval Monday from the commissioner's office, and as the team's top baseball executive began to discuss the deal during a conference call, a bad connection generated waves of reverberating noise t…Share Tweetyahoo.com Nov 19, 2012Jose Reyes can finally throw away the receipt for the Toronto Blue Jays gear he sported on Instagram over the weekend. That's because Bud Selig has finally approved the 12-player megatrade between the Jays and Marlins after completing a review of the co…Share Tweet
Three top prospects included in Miami-Toronto dealThe Toronto Blue Jays got quite a haul from the Miami Marlins at the big league level, but they did have to dig into their deep farm system to make a deal.Share Tweet
Chicago Bears get reality check from San Francisco 49ersNov 19The Bears leave San Francisco -- as usual -- in crisis mode.
Peter King: QBs make their mark on eventful Week 11, for both good and badNov 19Eleven main characters from an eventful Week 11 that had its share of drama.