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  • #46
    Originally posted by Captain Cold Nose View Post
    He invested in some chain after his restaurants went under. Do you know which one it was? It was a major national one, so it wasn't Shula's, Offerdahl's or Bru's.

    Nope, sorry. I am in Miami but I never was a Fan of the Fins and their corresponding stories.
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    • #47
      Home openers near, At the Ballpark app gets update

      As the first clubs prepare to play exhibitions Thursday night at their regular-season ballparks, Major League Baseball Advanced Media announced the 2014 update to its award-winning MLB.com At the Ballpark app for iPhone and Android smartphones
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      • #48
        Marisnick tough cut after fine spring season

        From the outset, Jake Marisnick's objective was to make a strong Spring Training impression, and create a tough decision for the Marlins. The decision became official on Thursday when he was optioned to Triple-A New Orleans.
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        • #49
          After making team, Lucas to DL; Furcal to join him

          The Marlins' roster picture is coming into focus, but there are still a couple of issues to be resolved before Opening Day on Monday against the Rockies.
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          • #50
            Fernandez hopes to help Motte strike out cancer

            As a rookie last year, Jose Fernandez set a Marlins rookie strikeout record with 187. As he embarks upon his sophomore season, the right-hander is teaming up with the Jason Motte Foundation to help strike out cancer. Each of the 30 big league clubs is taking part in the cause, and Fernandez is representing Miami.
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            • #51
              Lucas struck by pitch, sustains hand fracture

              Marlins infielder Ed Lucas sustained a fracture to his left hand after being struck by a pitch on Thursday in Miami's 6-4 win over the Cardinals at Roger Dean Stadium.
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              • #52
                Marlins finalize rotation for start of '14 season

                The way manager Mike Redmond and pitching coach Chuck Hernandez set the order the first week of Spring Training games is how they will stack up when the season starts on Monday against the Rockies at Marlins Park
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                • #53
                  Hand solid as Marlins' five-run frame tops Cards

                  Brad Hand made another strong case for a rotation spot with four scoreless innings in the Marlins' 6-4 come-from-behind victory over the Cardinals on Thursday at Roger Dean Stadium.
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                  • #54
                    Group hug: Marlins need to embrace team concept

                    The message has been preached repeatedly throughout Spring Training. Marlins players, coaches and staff regularly sport "All-In" T-shirts. The front office stresses the importance of "buying in," because without everyone pulling it together, it's not going to work. Chemistry counts.
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                    • #55
                      Bogusevic holding out hope for roster spot

                      Brian Bogusevic said Friday, "As of right now, they've told me I'm not going to be on the 25-man roster to start the season." But that is all the 30-year-old outfielder knows for certain. "I'm in limbo," Bogusevic admitted.
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                      • #56
                        Fernandez hopes to help Motte strike out cancer

                        As a rookie last year, Jose Fernandez set a Marlins rookie strikeout record with 187. As he embarks upon his sophomore season, the right-hander is teaming up with the Jason Motte Foundation to help strike out cancer. Each of the 30 big league clubs is taking part in the cause, and Fernandez is representing Miami
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                        • #57
                          Slowey sets strong pitching tone as late sub

                          Long reliever Kevin Slowey started Friday night's exhibition game in place of Jacob Turner for two reasons. Manager Mike Redmond wanted Turner, who will be No. 4 in the Marlins' starting rotation during the regular season, to stay behind in Jupiter, Fla., to pitch in a Minor League game. In addition, Redmond wanted to set his bullpen up for Monday's season opener against the Rockies.
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                          • #58
                            Solano benefits from Lucas' bad break

                            Some 24 hours earlier, Donovan Solano had been mired in disappointment, worrying about where he and his wife were going to live in New Orleans and how he was going to get his car there. Friday night, with a newfound smile on his face, Solano was starting at shortstop for the Marlins against the Yankees.
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                            • #59
                              Lucas to miss four to six weeks with broken hand

                              Utility infielder Ed Lucas -- who earned a place on the Marlins' Opening Day roster on Thursday, then broke his left hand hours later when he was struck by a pitch -- is likely "going to be out four to six weeks," manager Mike Redmond said Friday.
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                              • #60
                                Marlins take no-no into eighth, but bats silenced

                                Kevin Slowey tossed three perfect innings as the Marlins took a no-hitter into the eighth inning, but the offense struck out 14 times against Yankees pitching and fell, 3-0, on Friday.
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