Friday, November 30, 2012


News Notes

Buehrle's dog, which was illegal in Miami, is illegal in Toronto too...

Here's a day-by-day account of the blockbuster salary dump...

Winter Meetings start this weekend - Marlins looking for a power
batter who hasn't read the news lately...

Thursday, November 29, 2012


Financial Statements

Jon Heyman reports that 'sources' claim reduced revenues from last
season made cost-cutting by the Marlins 'necessary'...

But Jorge Costales questions what has been reported about the Marlins

Ballplayers may get the tax shaft after being traded from Florida to
Canada, but it may be even worse if they were traded to California..

Sunday, November 25, 2012


He's No. 2!

Jeffrey just beats out Fidel as the 2nd least favortie public figure
in South Florida...

Wednesday, November 21, 2012


Devil's Advocate

Here's a different view of the salary dump...

Tuesday, November 20, 2012


Tuesday Newsday

The Selig gives his very unhearty blessing to the fire sale.

Loria Unleashed: The fire sale happened just after the expiration of
an agreement between the Marlins and the players' union to have the
Marlins' finances monitored.

A commenter of this next article states that the players going to
Toronto will not suffer as big a Canadian tax hit as has been

The AFL season is over, and here's how the Marlins did in it.

Saturday, November 17, 2012


Marlins Sign Free Agent

The Fish have visions of 2003 as they sign Juan Pierre for a year.


Giancarlo's Misgivings

Stanton questions in more detail the F.O.'s committment to winning.

Friday, November 16, 2012


Redmond Gets Help To Coach Whoever's Left

The front office attempts to soothe a stunned Mike Redmond by hiring
him a bench coach and pitching coach.


Boycott the Miami Marlins

Michael Jong urges everyone to join the movement that has been going
on for, oh, ever since about 1995 or so.


Nolasco Stays?

According to Samson, who's always accurate in his mind, Ricky will be
with the Marlins next year.

Tuesday, November 13, 2012


Bye Bye Marlins

For those of you who still care about the team, the Marlins traded away Johnson, Reyes, Buehrle, Buck, and Bonifacio, plus cash, to Toronto, and are getting Yunel Escobar, Adeiny Hechavarria, Henderson Alvarez, Anthony DeScalfani, Jeff Mathis, Justin Nicolino, Jake Marisnick, and maybe more.

MORE: The Fish "have dumped $236 million in future salaries since July."

EVEN MORE: The tweets be flying.

STILL MORE:Here are some quick blurbs on the players the Marlins will be getting.

STILL MORE:Ken Rosenthal is hearing something about Ricky.

Monday, November 12, 2012


Boston To Be New Marlins North?

This article claims a source at last week's meeting "suggested" that Josh's 14 losses last season has dropped his trade value. It also says the Red Sox are interested in Josh and former Marlin Ryan Dempster, while another article states they are also interested in former Marlin Anibal.

Thursday, November 08, 2012



Tino Martinez has been hired as the Marlins' hitting coach.


Past Pitcher Probables

Clay Hensley is now a free agent.

And Javy Vazquez may be coming out of retirement.

Wednesday, November 07, 2012


Post-Voting News Bits

Some people are blaming the long lines at Miami polling paces on the new Marlins stadium.

Yelich is looking good in the AFL..

And the general managers' meeting starts today in Palm Springs, CA.

Tuesday, November 06, 2012


A Couple of Things

Tony Perez's son, after getting bumped by the Marlins, makes it over to Houston with Bo Porter.

Get ready to exchange your sneakers at Marlins Park on the 17th.

Saturday, November 03, 2012


F.O. Gets To Business

The Fish decide to sign three more players to the organization.


Bye Bye Brett

On Friday the Marlins gained a former catcher but lost a current one, as Hayes is claimed by the Royals.

Friday, November 02, 2012


Next New Man at The Helm

The Fish get as close to an 'in-house guy as they could by hiring Mike Redmond as manager.

Four former Marlins managers (including Ozzie) approve of the choice.

Michael Jong compares Redmond to past Marlins managers to gauge how long he might stay in his new job.

Redmond's minor-league managing stats are impressive.

John Buck is excited (and not because of the nude batting practice).

Thursday, November 01, 2012


Search For Tomorrow

The F.O., which has a uninspiring track record selecting managers and/or first-round picks, expands their managerial search by at least one after it shrunk by one earlier.

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