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  • Jeffrey Loria no estaba tan loco

    A finales de la semana pasada Jeffrey Loria, el dueño de los Miami Marlins, dijo que "estaba confiado" en que su equipo clasificaría para la post-temporada. Pocos le hicieron caso. Hay que ubicarse en tiempo y lugar. Al jueves 28 de junio, fecha en...
  • Thing 1: Will Mike Redmond ever get to manage Josh Johnson?

    Three Things to consider as the Miami Marlins introduce their sixth manager in the past 28 months: Thing 1: Wrote today's column in the Sun Sentinel on Mike Redmond and his chances of success as baseball's youngest active big-league manager. I have no...
  • Working a trade to upgrade Orioles' rotation easier said than done

    Working a trade to upgrade Orioles' rotation easier said than done
    Since yesterday’s ugly loss to the Blue Jays, I’ve seen a lot of fans calling for an upgrade to the Orioles starting rotation. I don’t necessarily disagree with that notion, but the question is how? There will be plenty of rumors...
  • Dodgers will spend again to improve, but improving farm system is key

    Dodgers will spend again to improve, but improving farm system is key
    The trading season is here, and the Dodgers are open for business. The modus operandi is the same as last summer: a lot to offer in the way of money, not a lot to offer in the way of prospects. The Dodgers might have even fewer top prospects available...
  • Starting pitcher a priority for the Orioles as trade deadline nears

    Starting pitcher a priority for the Orioles as trade deadline nears
    The Orioles main priority heading into July 31’s non-waiver trade deadline is adding a starting pitcher, and the club has been actively scouting potentially available arms, according to several sources. Orioles executive vice president Dan Duquette...
  • Yasiel Puig, Stephen Fife propel Dodgers in 6-1 win

    Yasiel Puig, Stephen Fife propel Dodgers in 6-1 win
    After everything the Dodgers have been through -- 20 trips to the disabled list, the loss two starting pitchers for the season, rumors of their manager being fired -- they reached the halfway point of their season Sunday in a surprising place: Back in...
  • Ricky Nolasco traded to the Dodgers in exchange for minor leaguers

    Ricky Nolasco traded to the Dodgers in exchange for minor leaguers
    ST. LOUIS -- Marlins starting pitcher Ricky Nolasco is headed to Los Angeles in a trade for three minor-league prospects, team president and director of player operations Larry Beinfest confirmed to reporters on a conference call Saturday night. The...
  • Matt Kemp returns to the disabled list with shoulder irritation

    Matt Kemp returns to the disabled list with shoulder irritation
    PHOENIX – Matt Kemp is back on the disabled list, this time because of irritation in the AC joint of his left shoulder. The Dodgers also placed Stephen Fife on the disabled list with inflammation in his throwing shoulder Kemp hurt his shoulder...
  • Can Marlins get SpongeBob out? Video game mixes major-leaguers with cartoon favorites

     
    This is the most enticing publicity tease to come along in quite a while: Did you ever wonder what it would be like to watch Ricky Nolasco pitch against SpongeBob SquarePants?......
  • A tale of two baseball games; Fast and ponderous

     
    I am already sick of baseball and the regular MLB season hasn???t even begun. Too many spring training games and too many mid-week college games. Yesterday I had a day-night doubleheader ??? covered Astros at Marlins in Jupiter, then......
  • Marlins drop struggling Mike Stanton to No. 6 in batting order

    Marlins drop struggling Mike Stanton to No. 6 in batting order
    Despite playing in just four Grapefruit League games this spring, Marlins manager Edwin Rodriguez thought he saw enough of Mike Stanton's bat that he was ready to hit in the fourth spot in the lineup. On Tuesday , Rodriguez said he had been wrong when...