The Miami Marlins rolled out their great new hope under the and gaze and glare of too many TV cameras and lights to count Wednesday. Slugger Giancarlo Stanton has been signed to a 13 year, $325 million deal that guarantees he will be with the team for a minimum six years.
Major League Soccer doesn’t like the idea of building David Beckham’s Miami soccer stadium next to Marlins Park.
A dramatically narrowed version of legislation aimed at helping charter schools get started and expand was approved by the Senate Education Committee on Tuesday.
How quickly can a program fall in the college football world? Consider the cases of the University of Texas and the University of Southern California as the latest case studies on what can happen to schools in the blink of an eye.
Miami’s former mayor may be pursuing another shot at politics, but this time, at a much higher level.
If Florida International University athletic director Pete Garcia had a plan for the post-Mario Cristobal era, it’s not become apparent so far.
It’s not often that former Miami mayors write books anyone would want to publish, much less read.
When Josh Johnson throws out the first pitch of the first inning at Marlins Park Wednesday night, it will be the culmination of years of political wrangling and infighting with a brand new stadium, logo, and team.
The smooth sounds and rhythms of jazz are taking over Miami Gardens on St. Patrick’s Day weekend.
The Florida Marlins first pitcher ever, Charlie Hough, proved he still has it after 19 years Wednesday, throwing out the last first pitch at Sun Life Stadium.