In July, I wrote how Jeffrey Loria, at the time the owner of the Marlins, was bad for baseball, the Marlins’ franchise, fans, and the city of Miami. I ended the article saying Derek Jeter was right for the future of the Marlins and the city of Miami. This past September Jeter and Bruce Sherman … Continue reading Jeter’s Progress Report
With the first half of the season over and the midsummer classic completed, it brings up a thought: the All-Star game doesn’t mean anything, so does it matter? From 2003 until this year, the All-Star game decided home field advantage for the World Series. Prior to that, home field advantage alternated each year between the … Continue reading The All-Star Game Doesn’t Matter?
I recently read a great piece in The New York Times by Ken Belson called What $1.2 Billion Buys in Miami: For Baseball, a Major Distraction. In the article, Belson describes the situation around the Marlins’ sale, stadium, and future. The All-Star Game is being hosted in Miami and therefore it is a perfect time … Continue reading The Marlins for Miami