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 Florida House of Representatives denied an amendment that would have forced Miami to keep a possible $2 million property tax for Marlins Park.
Miami Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria spent big money during the offseason to improve his ballclub. But a lawsuit against the team claims that it was another groups big spending that actually made them the true owners of the Marlins.
When the final out is recorded at Sun Life Stadium Wednesday evening, it will be the end of the Florida Marlins and the birth of the Miami Marlins. It will also end an up-and-down ride for the Fish at Sun Life Stadium.