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Hanley Ramirez and Dan Uggla had an argument in the Marlins' clubhouse about Ramirez's early departure from Tuesday's game due to a hamstring injury.
Uggla accused Ramirez of not caring about the team because he has a $70 million contract, while Ramirez feels insulted by some teammates' belief that he faked an injury to preserve his league-leading .355 batting average in the midst of an 0-for-14 slump. There are clearly some chemistry issues at play in the Marlins' clubhouse, but it shouldn't affect Ramirez or Uggla from a fantasy standpoint.

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Hanley Ramirez is at odds with double play partner Dan Uggla and other teammates over Ramirez's percieved lack of desire and commitment to winning.Uggla also accused Ramirez of not caring because he's already secured a $70 million contract. Ramirez and Uggla openly argued in the clubhouse about why Ramirez really exited Tuesday's rain delayed game in the fourth inning. Ramirez complained about teammates showing him up when he came out because of cramping in his left hamstring. Uggla admitted to being among those players that threw up their arms in resignation. Ramirez is hitless in his last 14 at-bats and has stuggled recently with runners in scoring position, going 2 for his last 17. Ramirez has no doubt some teammates feel like he faked the injury to preserve his National League-leading batting average, a claim he feels is insulting.
 

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Hanley Ramirez and Dan Uggla had an argument in the Marlins' clubhouse about Ramirez's early departure from Tuesday's game due to a hamstring injury.
Uggla accused Ramirez of not caring about the team because he has a $70 million contract, while Ramirez feels insulted by some teammates' belief that he faked an injury to preserve his league-leading .355 batting average in the midst of an 0-for-14 slump. There are clearly some chemistry issues at play in the Marlins' clubhouse, but it shouldn't affect Ramirez or Uggla from a fantasy standpoint.

-rotoworld


ugla if you think he is faking it just because he already got his money,then it is time for you to get you sorry as together and get on base more often.Jealous much?
 

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Yawn. None of this would be an issue if they haven't lost 5 of their last 6 games.
 

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Hanley Ramirez and Dan Uggla had an argument in the Marlins' clubhouse about Ramirez's early departure from Tuesday's game due to a hamstring injury.
Uggla accused Ramirez of not caring about the team because he has a $70 million contract, while Ramirez feels insulted by some teammates' belief that he faked an injury to preserve his league-leading .355 batting average in the midst of an 0-for-14 slump. There are clearly some chemistry issues at play in the Marlins' clubhouse, but it shouldn't affect Ramirez or Uggla from a fantasy standpoint.

-rotoworld


uggla is a joke and I really hope heis gone next season. He appears to not care about the team with his half ass defense and his terrible swings.
 

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Hanley Ramirez is scratched from tonight's #Marlins lineup following flap with teammates. Clubhouse closed to reporters.
 

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Yawn. None of this would be an issue if they haven't lost 5 of their last 6 games.

Yeah.
 

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Hanley Ramirez and Dan Uggla had an argument in the Marlins' clubhouse about Ramirez's early departure from Tuesday's game due to a hamstring injury.
Uggla accused Ramirez of not caring about the team because he has a $70 million contract, while Ramirez feels insulted by some teammates' belief that he faked an injury to preserve his league-leading .355 batting average in the midst of an 0-for-14 slump. There are clearly some chemistry issues at play in the Marlins' clubhouse, but it shouldn't affect Ramirez or Uggla from a fantasy standpoint.

-rotoworld


ugla if you think he is faking it just because he already got his money,then it is time for you to get you sorry as together and get on base more often.Jealous much?

Dan Uggla is third on the team in OBP and .20 above league average.
 

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Dan Uggla had a .298 BA with a .949 OPS in August, and he began this month off with a home run. He also walked 21 times to 23 K's, that is f*cking awesome. I'd love to keep Uggla one more season, basically since we don't have any sort of 3B option long term (Dominguez is 2011), and it may suit the team to put Coghlan at 3B next season and see how Morrison can do at LF.
 

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Hanley Ramirez is at odds with double play partner Dan Uggla and other teammates over Ramirez's percieved lack of desire and commitment to winning.Uggla also accused Ramirez of not caring because he's already secured a $70 million contract. Ramirez and Uggla openly argued in the clubhouse about why Ramirez really exited Tuesday's rain delayed game in the fourth inning. Ramirez complained about teammates showing him up when he came out because of cramping in his left hamstring. Uggla admitted to being among those players that threw up their arms in resignation. Ramirez is hitless in his last 14 at-bats and has stuggled recently with runners in scoring position, going 2 for his last 17. Ramirez has no doubt some teammates feel like he faked the injury to preserve his National League-leading batting average, a claim he feels is insulting.
This is ridiculous. I wonder who the other morons were.
 

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When teams that are involved in the race for the postseason begin to falter and drop away, rifts between friends and teammates is inevitable. It happens every year, and this is no different.
 

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When teams that are involved in the race for the postseason begin to falter and drop away, rifts between friends and teammates is inevitable. It happens every year, and this is no different.


True. Maybe this will spark the team. Lord knows that they need something to wake them up.
 

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When teams that are involved in the race for the postseason begin to falter and drop away, rifts between friends and teammates is inevitable. It happens every year, and this is no different.

They don't even have to really be faltering. I remember hearing that the clubhouse in 97 was unbearable after losses late in the season.
 

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Man, it would be awesome if Hanley really hurt himself. Yes! That's what we need.
 

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Man, it would be awesome if Hanley really hurt himself. Yes! That's what we need.

dont jinx it mutters


as for it personally dont carem uch overall, uggla is gone after the year anyways.
 

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I'm on Ramirez's side on this one. Uggla sounds jealous.

Btw, 10 dollars on Ramirez.
 

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Im on know ones side, we need BOTH of them to win! This team has more important issues.... stop arguing and win some f***ing ballgames
 

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