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  1. This should clear everything up: http://articles.sun-sentinel.com/2010-08-23/sports/fl-florida-marlins-financial-document20100823_1_payroll-profit-marlins-president-david-samson The Marlins have been making money! One more thing to remember from what I have seen the individual salaries are not on here. We have no idea how much Samson and Loria have been making.
  2. From what I remember there were other deals from the Angels and Dodgers... The big names from the Angels were Santana and Hendrick The big names from the Dogers were Kemp and Billingworth But again these were only rumors
  3. http://www.freep.com/article/20100508/SPORTS21/5080309/1050/rss15
  4. I know he's in the minors but I haven't seen any stats on him. There is nothing saying that he's injured. Does anyone know why he hasn't pitched yet?
  5. biglumber24

    Chad James

    Where is he and why did he not play last year?
  6. I am not sure if this topic has ever been discussed but after looking through Bonifacio's splits he really has a lot of upside as a hitter (if he can ever put it together). His splits in 08 and 09 are almost the complete opposite of another. This is 2008 Split G GS PA AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO BA OBP SLG OPS TB GDP HBP SH SF IBB ROE BAbip tOPS+ sOPS+ vs RHP as LH 44 141 126 34 5 3 0 11 7 3 13 30 .270 .333 .357 .690 45 1 0 0 2 0 2 .347 118 79 vs LHP as RH 19 45 43 7 1 2 0 3 0 1 1 16 .163 .178 .279 .457 12 1 0 0 1 0 1 .250 43 16 This is 2009 Split G GS PA AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO BA OBP SLG OPS TB GDP HBP SH SF IBB ROE BAbip tOPS+ sOPS+ vs RHP as LH 108 355 316 69 9 3 1 20 0 0 28 64 .218 .284 .275 .559 87 5 2 6 3 0 6 .268 83 46 vs LHP as RH 64 152 143 45 1 3 0 7 0 0 6 31 .315 .340 .364 .704 52 0 0 2 1 0 2 .398 130 84 There is definitely an argument here for sample size but it still seems as if this is just a kid with a lot of talent still trying to figure things out. Thoughts...
  7. sooooo..... I have gone a couple of times.... The best was when I went in 2003 when we still had JP, D-lee, and Lowell. The guys on the team used to be so nice. Now not so much. A little story! I won a josh beckett autographed full unused world series ticket sheet at the 2005 dinner on the diamond and that little sh*t of a troll came down and wrote Mr Lorias name down when the bidding had ended. We got into a little altercation and the head of the foundation came over where Mr. Samson decided to say that Mr. Loria was willing to pay whatever was neccessary. Needless to say they gave me the item and told Mr Samson they would make Mr Loria a new one. This is after Samson claimed "it's not like Mr Loria can get any autograph he wants!". The Marlins treat there fans like sh*t.
  8. The third piece on the olsen willingham deal... Where is he?
  9. Unless you have names like Braden Looper or Armando Almanza or Vic Darensburg or Jesus Sanchez. You definitely do not have the worst Marlins bullpen of all time. Its always nice to have new fan...
  10. Unless you have names like Braden Looper or Armando Almanza or Vic Darensburg or Jesus Sanchez. You definitely do not have the worst Marlins bullpen of all time. Its always nice to have new fan...
  11. This team is starved for media attention.... This was probably their idea... Its called viral marketing!
  12. This clears the way for a veteran presence in LF. I wouldn't put it past the Marlins!
  13. Ani for 2 months of Fuentes? No way. He had a torn labrum. Baseball's worst injury. The Marlins wouldn't even be jeopardizing their future because Sanchez has no future. This is a chance to get something back in return for damaged goods. It doesn't seem the organization feels as pessimistic on his recovery as you do. Medically it's impossible for them to even make positive projections on a recovery. This is not Tommy John surgery. The percentage of pitchers who go on to have solid major league careers after a torn labrum is almost non-existent. Don't believe me? Provide counter-evidence. The Marlins' reluctance to trade him here is probably due to him having good stuff and not pitching in MLB since his injury. However the fact that we've seen no real madical advancements in the field and that precedent indicates little to no success makes the Marlins' decision highly questionable when a player is being offered in return that could help them this season. Curt Schilling in 1995
  14. Willis is damaged and will never be the same. Not necessarily physically but mentally. The worst thing you can do to a player like that is change what made him successful, which is exactly what they are doing by changing his delivery. Willis needs to get back to his roots, find the leg kick, have fun, and hell be all right.
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