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UPDATE: The Marlins Are Sending Virtually Their Entire Team To Toronto As Jeffrey Loria Screws Miami
The Miami Marlins are reportedly dealing their entire team to the Toronto Blue Jays. Giancarlo Stanton was left out and he is very upset, but find out who was a part of this blockbuster deal, after the jump.
“Hey, Mark Buerhle, welcome to Miami! Now… get out!” That’s essentially what the newest Miami Marlins ace is being told. Not because they don’t like him — he seems pleasant enough — but because Miami-Dade County has a pitbull ban in place and, well, one of Buerhle’s four pups happens to be a pitbull.
Hot Stove! Albert Pujols’ “Mystery Team,” C.J. Wilson’s Likely Departure, And Other Wheelings And Dealings
Three days of Major League Baseball’s Winter Meetings are in the books, and we’ve seen no shortage of action. Some players have already switched teams. For others, it’s still up in the air. After the jump, a quick look at where we stand with some of the biggest gets.
Chicago White Sox pitcher Mark Buehrle loves dogs, as an mlb.com story from today will attest. Unsurprisingly, he’s less a fan of Michael Vick…but his most provocative comment on Vick was later scrubbed from that same story.
We’ll make this quick so you can get to what really matters here – the video. The Cleveland Indians’ Asdrubal Cabrera already has an unassisted triple play to his name, but yesterday he made the play of his career.
Fake twitters can be some of the harshest, most biting criticism a sports personality can face. They can also be pseudo-fanpages dedicated to the endearing quirks of our favorite athletes and members of the media. SportsGrid caught up with the purveyor of one such fake twitter account, and got his thoughts on the phenomenon.
Without a doubt, it has been memorable couple of months for umpire Joe West, whose most recent controversy arose over a double ejection of both White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen and starting pitcher Mark Buerhle. Here now, SportsGrid offers a collection of quotes about Mr. West from around the MLB.