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By Michael Widlanski
Leveling the battlefield to aid terrorists enables evil to fight on
Topic - Florida Marlins
The Florida Marlins had to endure yet another early exit from one of their starters. And to manager Mike Redmond's surprise, it was Tom Koehler's turn to hit the showers early after throwing 15 scoreless innings in his previous two outings.
The Miami Marlins generated baseball's biggest buzz as they prepared for their home opener a year ago, anticipating a playoff bid and nearly nightly sellout crowds in a futuristic new home that was supposed to transform a franchise long accustomed to attracting little attention.
Jim Leyland's career in professional baseball got a jolt when the franchise that gave him his start offered him another shot.
Edwin Rodriguez climbed the managing ladder all the way to the major leagues. Now the former Florida Marlins skipper has settled into a new home _ back in the minors.
At first it seemed like a joke, though new stadiums can make people do funny things. Besides, what better way to thank the taxpayers of Miami for the new digs than put a giant bow on a few superstars for their viewing pleasure?
Jose Reyes felt the love from the Miami Marlins. And the money.
A surprising visit by Albert Pujols sent a message: The Miami Marlins will be a much different franchise than the Florida Marlins.
Albert Pujols' first free-agent tour is off to a surprising start: The three-time NL MVP is visiting the Florida Marlins.
Albert Pujols' free-agent tour is off to a surprising start: The three-time NL MVP visited the Florida Marlins.
A person familiar with discussions between Albert Pujols and the Florida Marlins says the free-agent slugger is visiting the team Friday.
Jose Reyes toured the Florida Marlins' new ballpark as a potential pillar for the franchise.
Hours before the Florida Marlins' final game in the stadium they're leaving, the Ozzie era is expected to begin.
A great manager can steal a half-dozen games a season, tops, but he gets to hold court before and after each and every one. That's when Ozzie Guillen's genius really shines, and why he's the rare skipper who can write his own ticket.
Fresh off a divorce in Chicago, Ozzie Guillen has been reunited with the Florida Marlins and owner Jeffrey Loria.
Ozzie Guillen's eight years as manager of the Chicago White Sox were never dull. His pre-game briefings were great theater. Opinions flew, so did four-letter words, brazen answers, often raucous laughter and interesting yarns.