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What’s worse than below average, chain-delivery-shop pizza? Miami Marlins tickets. Video proof, after the jump.
“They’ve Pooped On Fans’ Feelings For Years”: More Marlins Fans Are Angry, Which Is A Good Excuse To Revisit Their Facebook Page
Another day, another Marlins fan[s] turning against the team. And you know what Marlins fans turning against the team means: an excuse for us to visit the Marlins’ Facebook page and sample the latest in angry Marlins fan mini-rants! That, plus an explanation of what exactly is at play in this new Marlins-fan beef, after the jump.
Miami Marlins slugger Giancarlo Stanton is ready to build the home run numbers last year that helped establish him as one of the top young sluggers in baseball. He is doing so by shattering/autographing the windshields of cars in the parking lot with spring training blasts.
The moment the Miami Marlins shipped their chances of winning to the Toronto Blue Jays, the question in MLB front offices around the league was: would the fire sale in South Florida include Giancarlo Stanton? The Marlins say no – but should you believe them? According to Michael Cardano of RotoExperts.com, don’t be so sure Stanton is staying put – in fact, he says, the Marlins have even talked trade with a division rival.
Marlins Owner Writes Self-Serving Letter To Angry Marlins Fans In Newspaper, Marlins Fans Remain Angry
One of the more entertaining subplots (if in a depressing way) of the MLB offseason revolved around the continuing righteous anger of Marlins fans, most of directed at owner Jeffrey Loria. Well, Loria recently tried to explain himself. The fans’ response? Well, it proves they’re still angry.
Facing top Marlins’ pitching prospect Jose Fernandez – yeah, that guy who doesn’t know who the manager is – outfielder Giancarlo Carlo, the lone noteworthy leftover from Jeffria Loria’s offseason yard sale, awaited the pitch. And then it came screaming towards his head, viciously clanking off his helmet and sending him stumbling backwards.
Marlins Owner Jeffrey Loria Told Jose Reyes To Buy A House In Miami Two Days Before Trading Jose Reyes To A Different Country
When Jeffrey Loria Jeffrey Loria’d the Miami Marlins earlier this offseason, Marlins fans weren’t the least bit pleased. One of the players he traded, Jose Reyes, was similarly displeased. He had just signed a six-year, $106 million contract with the team, and expect to spend the next phase of his life in South Beach.
Jose Fernandez is one of the Miami Marlins’ top pitching prospects, which means we can look forward to his burgeoning stardom in another uniform. But in the meantime, Fernandez must familiarize himself with his current organization and its coaching staff. Like, say, the manager, Mike Redmond, whom WPLG Local 10′s Aiyana Cristal asked Fernandez about in a recent interview. Wait, who?
Today marked a very special day on the calendars of baseball fans everywhere: pitchers and catchers (on most teams) reported for spring training. While it doesn’t feel like spring in much of the country, an air of rebirth abounds, for the fans of well-off and lowly teams alike. Unless you’re a Miami Marlins fan. Then it’s doom, gloom, despair and Jeffrey Loria. Must explain the rousing turnout when single-game tickets went on sale Saturday.