The full page ad in three major papers is Miami Marlins owner Jeffery Loria, unfiltered. That said his choice words for every fan or critic may be doing more damage than good.
The Miami Marlins have reached out to fans to let them know things will get better in the future. The Marlins organization has faced fan outrage after the trade of many on the team’s roster and the controversy surrounding the funding of the new stadium.
Shortstop Jose Reyes was the jewel of the Miami Marlins’ 2012 free agent haul, but Reyes has revealed a story about team owner Jeffrey Loria that shows the owner is either deceitful or makes important trades in quite a hurry.
Even though it’s the middle of February, pitchers and catchers report for spring training on Monday and the Miami Marlins are preparing for what could be a historically bad season in 2013.
Major League Baseball may be sending an unspoken message to the Miami Marlins for owner Jeffrey Loria’s decision to blow up the franchise during the offseason.
The Miami Marlins took a blowtorch to the franchise in the offseason, trading talent, slashing payroll, turning the team into the worst team in baseball. The moves may run afoul of the Major League Baseball Players Association for the second time in as many years.
Stop us if you’ve heard this one before: a possible starter with the Miami Marlins has been traded for a minor leaguer. It’s déjà vu for Marlins fans as the team dealt shortstop Yunel Escobar to the Tampa Bay Rays Tuesday night.
Mark Buehrle issued a parting shot at Miami Marlins’ management after his stay with the team lasted only one tumultuous season.
Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig shocked no one Monday when his office approved the massive fire sale trade of Miami Marlins stars to the Toronto Blue Jays.
The Marlins and, to some extent, you and me as taxpayers, have become the laughing stock of the sports world, even all the way across the Pacific.