As another dismal season winds down for the Miami Marlins, team owner Jeffrey Loria has taken over as the decision maker for the majority -- and perhaps all -- baseball matters, according to the Miami Herald.
Buster Olney takes a look at the situation surrounding the talented Giancarlo Stanton and says the Marlins must look to ink or deal him. Problem is, their owner is living in an alternate reality where normal rules of reason don't apply.
The Miami Marlins' ballpark sat mostly empty Monday, which will likely be the case all year, and team owner Jeffrey Loria leaned his back against the bar in a hospitality area, sipping water in circumstances that warranted stronger stuff.
The players' association will monitor the Miami Marlins following their payroll purge, saying it is too early to determine whether the salary cuts will cause any issues under baseball's labor contract.
Bud Selig was on hand when the Miami Marlins played their first regular-season game in their swanky new ballpark in April. The commissioner provided a glowing review of the $634 million project and boldly declared that opposition to the facility would fad