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Best Marlin Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach 2010 - Hanley Ramirez

Yeah, he took it easy after he kicked that ball into left field and dissed Freddy Gonzalez a little, but that can't offset the greatness of Hanley. Ultimately he apologized, and the team was better off for it. Can't a superstar get a diva moment once a season or so? Sure he can. And Ramirez is a superstar, one of those rare instant Hall of Famers that any fan is lucky to get a chance to watch on a nightly basis. How many guys in baseball might give you 200 hits, 30 home runs, 100 RBIs, 125 runs, and 50 stolen bases and hit better than .340? Only one — and his initials are H.R. (OK, he probably won't be getting 50 steals again, but he did it in '06.) Last year, he won the batting title and was the runner-up in MVP voting. Oh, and he plays a pretty mean shortstop. It's true he's gotten off to a slow start this year, but Hanley told us not to worry about him. I think we can handle that. (Runner-up: Josh Johnson, a guy who always reminds you why they call it the big leagues.)
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mike

Lets tell the truth here...Ramirez only apologized because Hall of Famer Andre Dawson got in his face..and told him to apologize or else. Josh Johnson is the best pitcher the Marlins have ever had..and the best player...he is a managers delight unlike a managers nightmare in Ramirez, and may win Cy Young this year and in the future. There is no doubt Johnson will be best Marlins player for many years to come and someday best pitcher in the majors.

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