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Josh Johnson: Is he worth a flyer for 2014?

(Photo by Marc Serota/Getty Images)

Josh Johnson, then with the Miami Marlins, throws against the Toronto Blue Jays during an interleague game in 2012. After coming to the Toronto Blue Jays in a blockbuster deal with the Miami Marlins, pitcher Josh Johnson got hit very hard in 2013. Before a forearm strain ended his season, the right-hander posted a career-worst 6.20 ERA in 81.1 innings, More...

by Chris Moran | Published 10 months ago

Source: MiamiMarlinsNation.com
By Matthew Orso On Saturday, September 28th, 2013
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Jeffrey Loria is a poison to Major League Baseball

Yes, Mr. Loria. The door is behind you. Please let it hit you on the way out! Jeffrey Loria has once again proven that idiocy is alive and well in the world. Loria announced on Friday he fired Marlins’ President More...

Source: Miami Herald
By Tyler Maher On Tuesday, September 24th, 2013
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Where does Hanley Ramirez rank among the best in baseball?

Hanley Ramirez should look up for more inspiration. Over a four-year stretch from 2006 to 2009, Hanley Ramirez was probably the second-best player in baseball. Albert Pujols was far and away the best, but Ramirez More...

Hanley Ramirez and Adrian Gonzalez at home plate.
By Steve Randel On Monday, September 23rd, 2013
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Thoughts on Hanley Ramirez, Big Papi and Fernandez vs. Puig

Hanley Ramirez is all eyes as his has one of his best seasons of his young career. Since this is Hispanic Heritage Month, which actually extends until October 15, there is no better time to acknowledge the accomplishments More...

Source: Orlando Sentinel
By Shawn Paul Wood On Thursday, September 19th, 2013
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Is the Marlins’ Jeffrey Loria the worst owner in sports?

It’s Miami. People spray paint on jerseys. It’s okay.   To answer that rhetorical question, let’s summon the nearly dead memory of L.A. Clippers’ owner Donald Sterling or the very dead More...

Giancarlo Stanton flips his helmet off in disgust. Miami Marlins are approaching a record for run-scoring futility the Chicago Cubs would be more than happy to give up.
By R. Lincoln Harris On Monday, July 22nd, 2013
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Marlins poised to take record from the Chicago Cubs; they can have it

  Giancarlo Stanton and the Miami Marlins are getting close to surpassing a record the Chicago Cubs would be happy to vacate. (Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images) In baseball, 1968 is known as the “year of More...


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