Roughly thirty-six hours after Marlins players had learned that their teammate and friend had passed in a boating accident, they had no choice but to find a way to play baseball.
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Waking up on August 16, 2016, and checking the standings, you find that the Miami Marlins are tied with St. Louis for the second wild card in the NL. How can that be?Read more
Ever since trading became a thing, teams have tried to improve their club in an effort to make the postseason, or win the postseason.Read more
Since 1961, we’ve been in the “Expansion Era” (among many), since that was the year that baseball moved past the ‘traditional’ 16 franchises to the 30 we have now. While some decry that ‘watering down’ of talent in the majors, they mostly can just yell at clouds and complain about the sex talk on Golden Girls. Baseball needed to expand.Read more
Ichiro is incredible. Pete Rose is an overrated crook enslaved by Gamblor. It’s time to decree Ichiro as baseball’s new Hit King.Read more
While the outfield wall remains a shade of green rarely seen in nature and the structure behind it nightmare fuel, elements of the Miami Marlins have received a face lift. And we’re not talking about Ichiro’s pursuit of 3,000 major league knocks.Read more
Writers and fans didn’t just hate Barry Bonds because they thought he was a cheater; they hated him because he never acknowledged that their opinions mattered.Read more