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5/27 Post Game: Marlins experience a rare defeat


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The Miami Marlins, a team unaccustomed to defeat, dropped a rare game to the Tampa Bay Rays. Marlins fans around the world are shocked, as the 2013 Marlins rarely lose. The Marlins are led by a strapping young Billionaire named Loria, whose benevolence, willingness to invest in a winning product, and love of the game make him a well loved and respected owner.

 

Pitcher Jose Fernandez pitched an amazing game. The Rays had no answer to the devastating fastballs, curve balls, and sliders thrown by this young pitcher, and resulted to cheating in order to win. Fernandez was aided by a tremendously strong Marlins offense, which scored 6 runs against the toughest bullpen in baseball, but it was not enough to overcome the cheating Rays.

 

Mike Redmond, who has been voted "Best Manager in Baseball" 10 years in a row said: "We apologize for letting our fans down, and promise that we will do everything within our power to avoid losing another game this season."

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Just a thought, based off Loria and Samson's explanation of why they dismantled the 2012 team, wouldn't they obviously be forced to do the same for the 2013 team? I'd like to ask Samson and see what he says.

 

 

I think no one with an IQ of 20 or higher believed the BS coming out of Samson's mouth. Everyone knows it was Loria's plan to blow the team at the end of the year (win or lose). He has zero respect and credibility within the local community.

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Just a thought, based off Loria and Samson's explanation of why they dismantled the 2012 team, wouldn't they obviously be forced to do the same for the 2013 team? I'd like to ask Samson and see what he says.

 

 

Mike Redmond will at least have a job through the end of the year, seeing as they blasted Ozzie for last year's problems but still gave him a year. Although if I were him I'd walk away from this tire fire.

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Just a thought, based off Loria and Samson's explanation of why they dismantled the 2012 team, wouldn't they obviously be forced to do the same for the 2013 team? I'd like to ask Samson and see what he says.

 

 

At this point it would have to be considered a "mantling" of this team. That's how bad they are.

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Just a thought, based off Loria and Samson's explanation of why they dismantled the 2012 team, wouldn't they obviously be forced to do the same for the 2013 team? I'd like to ask Samson and see what he says.

 

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I think no one with an IQ of 20 or higher believed the BS coming out of Samson's mouth. Everyone knows it was Loria's plan to blow the team at the end of the year (win or lose). He has zero respect and credibility within the local community.I didn't agree with him either but I'd like to hear his response if someone simply said "David, if u took apart the '12 team for obviously not winning, won't u have to do it again this year for winning even less? "

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he didn't dismantle the '12 team just for losing, he dismanted it because they lost and were going to cost a lot of money.

 

this team is losing and is young and cheap.

 

 

Their words, though, emphasized more the fact that they simply weren't winning and that the offseason transactions would field a better team. Obviously money was a major factor in their thought process but they seem to downplay that angle when speaking publicly.

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he didn't dismantle the '12 team just for losing, he dismanted it because they lost and were going to cost a lot of money.

 

this team is losing and is young and cheap.

 

 

Their words, though, emphasized more the fact that they simply weren't winning and that the offseason transactions would field a better team. Obviously money was a major factor in their thought process but they seem to downplay that angle when speaking publicly.

 

 

Yep. I specifically remember Samson saying they believed they had brought in "championship-caliber talent" and that they would be better than last year. Highly doubtful they win 70 games now.

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They'll have to play better than .500 baseball from here through the end of the season in order to win 70 games.

 

 

I still think they are second best in the division.

 

 

They have a lot of ground to cover if they are going to catch the Braves.

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