The Miami Marlins pulled out of the Albert Pujols sweepstakes Wednesday afternoon, and now the reason behind that is abundantly clear.
According to the New York Daily News, the Miami Marlins are out of the running for free agent first baseman Albert Pujols and instead will turn their attention to Prince Fielder.
If the Miami Marlins are not able to sign free agent first baseman Albert Pujols; Marlins fans shouldn’t be ready to commit hari kari.
So, um, you heard about this guy named Pujols? The Marlins chances of signing him I think may be slipping away. The Heat’s schedule is out and all I can say is OUCH! And, if you’re like me and think Nick Saban is a tool, I’ve got a story for you.
The Miami Marlins spent almost an hour and a half Tuesday afternoon trying to sway the best player in baseball to sign with the team.
The Miami Marlins don’t have a need at first base, but the possibility of bringing in the best player in the game may be too much to pass up on.
It appears the first reports of the contract offer by the Miami Marlins to free agent first baseman Albert Pujols were exaggerated.
It appears the Miami Marlins are serious about trying to rebuild the beleaguered franchise.
The Florida Marlins may be the laughing stock of Major League Baseball, but on April 4, 2012 the Marlins and its new stadium will be the focus of the baseball world.