The Miami Marlins lost to the San Francisco Giants 6-4.
With a score that resembled a football gamemore than baseball, the San Francisco Giants came out on top with their best offensive performance of the season.
Five, big Miami-Dade foam pumper trucks gushed thousands of gallons of fire retardant chemical on an imaginary burning airliner Monday afternoon in a training area in the middle of the airport. Television news crews, invited to witness the event, rolled as the trucks pressed closer and closer to the “burning aircraft” applying the flame smothering foam.
On a night the San Francisco Giants received yet more disappointing news that center fielder Angel Pagan could be headed for surgery on his re-injured left hamstring, Andres Torres appeared to avoid a serious problem with his right knee.
Three days after the death of his father, Barry Zito will take the mound as scheduled for the struggling San Francisco Giants.
The National Football League sent a message to South Florida and any other city hoping to host the Super Bowl Tuesday: put together public funding for our stadiums or don’t expect to host the big game.
It’s almost anti-climactic for South Florida at this point, but Tuesday, NFL owners will meet in Boston and vote on the sites to hold Super Bowl’s L and LI.
In stark contrast to South Florida, San Francisco held their super bowl bid conference Monday in the center of the city. Right in front of where their super bowls activities would be.
Members of the South Florida Super Bowl Committee met with NFL executives Tuesday in New York where they discussed the area’s bid for Super Bowl 50 before the formal presentation and vote in Boston on May 21.
Members of the South Florida Super Bowl Committee will meet in New York Monday night to go over their game plan for Tuesday meetings with NFL Executives.