Well, this seems rather fitting. The owner of the Marlins, known for insulting the South Florida community by lying and then gutting the ball club, just traded for a guy who is known for insulting the gay community. It's like assholes just gravitate to each other. Yunel Escobar, Miami's new short ... More >>
After swindling the entire city of Miami, then building their tax-laden $560 million stadium and promising everyone they were going "all in," the Miami Marlins have decided to gut their roster and trade away ace pitcher Josh Johnson, Mark Buehrle, Jose Reyes, John Buck, and Emilio Bonifacio to ... More >>
On the heels of the Miami Marlins' trading away Hanley Ramirez to the Dodgers and Anibal Sanchez to the Tigers and working on a possible deal to send Josh Johnson to the Rangers comes a Forbes report that the Fish are on pace to set the record for drawing the fewest fans to a first-year ballpark sin ... More >>
25yearsofbaseball.comTrader Jack is back.Jack McKeon, manager of the 2003 Florida Marlins World Series-winning club, is taking back his old post at the age of 80.Edwin Rodríguez called it quits on the Fish, who have lost 11 straight amid a 1-19 record in June and a 32-41 record on the season -- ... More >>
flickr.comVolstad versus Morgan was possibly the most memorable moment of the year.The Marlins mercifully finished their 2010 season this weekend, ending the year with 80 wins and 82 losses, good enough for third in the division. The longest winning streak of the year was all of four games, and o ... More >>
The Marlins keep beating each other up, and they like it that way.