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Miami Marlins Fan Gets His Lost Wallet Returned, And So Much More

So shines a good deed in a weary world.

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MLB Opening Day Roundup: You Stay Classy, Rangers Fans

Know what’s a good place to pile your beer bottles and soda cans? The memorial statue to a Rangers fan who fell to his death at the stadium. I guess.


Forget About It Joe Benson, That Ball Is In The Drink

Another Splash Hit in Jupiter, FL.


Marlins ROY Jose Fernandez’s Tearful Reunion With His Cuban Grandmother Will Make You Feel Again

Don’t you love it when your boss melts your heart by reuniting you with the grandmother you left in Cuba? A touching moment for one of the best young players in baseball after the jump…


San Francisco Giants Fans Are The ‘Most Engaged’ Baseball Fans, According To BS Report

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The Yankees, Cardinals, Dodgers and Red Sox round out the top five. Meanwhile, the Marlins appear to have the league’s worst fans. Numbers 29-25 are the Indians, Rays, Astros and Royals.


Chad Qualls Celebration Fail Is The Most Marlins Thing Ever

Miami’s Chad Qualls meant to do that.


The Miami Marlins Plunge Deeper And Deeper Into Sadness

If you’re feeling depressed about your hopeless baseball team, just sit down and think about being a Marlins fan.

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Rays’ WAGs Beat Marlins’ WAGs In Walk-Off Fashion, Get Obliterated Afterwards

The only thing higher than their batting average was their blood-alcohol level.


Marlins Pitcher Alex Sanabia Gave Up A Homer, Blatantly Spit On The Next Ball, And Didn’t Allow A Run For The Rest Of The Game

After all the controversy the Clay Buchholz accusation got a few weeks ago, you’d think MLB pitchers would be a little more careful if they decided to fudge and/or break the rules of the game a little bit. But Alex Sanabia went to the school of “gives no fucks” and blatantly spit on a baseball in the second inning of the Marlins-Phillies game last night.

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