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  • Gjm130
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    BRAVO Loria and your partner in crime, Samson!!
    You destroy 2 major league baseball cities and still think of relocation and selling the team back to Bud Selig and his MLB (Selig is not my Bud)

    The guy can't get the job done! It's that simple!

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    It will be crowded at the Teams of Yesteryear section.

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  • Uncle Dak
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    Follow this Thread and Vote for the Marlins New Hometown!

    http://baseball-fever.com/showthread.php?t=38684

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  • Last of the Indian fans
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    the omaha marlins hmm.... portland marlins... hmmm las vegas marlins.... any where but outside the states.... interesting how the divisions may have to realign?

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  • Paulmcall
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    This is a typical move by MLB going back years but now more blantant than ever. It's called extortion!!
    Give us a new ball park with luxury suites or you'll lose your team.

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  • wilkerson_rulz-06
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    Originally posted by Captain Cold Nose
    Congratulations, Jeffrey Loria. It's not often one man can singlehandedly destroy two franchises.
    My point exactly.

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  • Captain Cold Nose
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    Originally posted by DODGER DEB
    The AP is reporting that the MARLINS received permission by MLB to look at at "option cities", after stating that they may move by 2008...

    http://dailynews.att.net/cgi-bin/new...e1orp00&src=ap

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    Congratulations, Jeffrey Loria. It's not often one man can singlehandedly destroy two franchises.

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  • DODGER DEB
    started a topic MARLINS may MOVE by 2008!

    MARLINS may MOVE by 2008!

    The AP is reporting that the MARLINS received permission by MLB to look at at "option cities", after stating that they may move by 2008...

    http://dailynews.att.net/cgi-bin/new...e1orp00&src=ap

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