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Miami Marlins pitching phenom Jose Fernandez blasted his first career home run last night against Atlanta. He acted like someone who had just hit his
This is actually great baserunning, but since it’s the Marlins, everyone assumes it’s a goofy blooper.
In baseball, if you’re not cheating, you’re not trying. But one should be a little more clandestine in their rule-bending than Miami Marlins pitcher Alex
OK, not their ENTIRE team, but at least all the good players not named Giancarlo Stanton. Good thing they got all that taxpayer money to
The great Ozzie Guillen experiment in Miami is over. After a woeful 69-93 first season in South Beach, Marlins brass have decided to relieve the
Adam Greenberg, the baseball player whose only Major League at-bat saw him take a blazing fastball to the dome, got a chance to step into
Surprised sh*t like this doesn't happen more often. Swinging a million miles an hour, the sheer fact ballplayers generally hold onto their bats is a
A guy named Mike hits home runs. A guy named Giancarlo hits grand slams that conjure up memories of Roy Hobbs in “The Natural.”
Showtime’s “The Franchise” is one of the most compelling sports programs I’ve ever seen. They capture moments the average fan usually doesn’t get
Miami Marlins second baseman Omar Infante blasted the first home-team home run in Marlins Park history this afternoon, setting in motion this monstrosity.
The Miami Marlins have suspended manager Ozzie Guillen five games for comments he made to Time magazine praising Cuban dictator Fidel Castro. The first-year skipper
The Miami Marlins have a new ballpark, name, manager, star shortstop, closer, and attitude. They also have what has to be the most
Logan Morrison and Bryan Petersen want a piece of the Biebs. They want it bad. Bad enough to produce an entire video, and
If Albert Pujols owes you money, now might be the time to collect your money.