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A week ago Saturday, Logan Morrison, one of baseball’s most prolific tweeps, was unceremoniously and curiously demoted to triple-A. There has been considerable buzz that LoMo was shipped to New Orleans, not because of his numbers, but as a slapdown by … Continue reading
Video: A Summer to Forget: Logan Morrison Attacked by Praying Mantis, Reprimanded for Tweets and Sent to Minors
It has not been a good summer for Florida Marlins left fielder Logan Morrison. He’s been attacked by a praying mantis (see video) and last night he was optioned to the Triple-A New Orleans Zephyrs. Morrison, probably more well-known as @LoMoMarlins is … Continue reading
When Mike Cameron homered in the eighth and ninth innings during the Florida Marlins 7-5 victory over the Washington Nationals, it gave him sole possession of a unique record. Cameron is the first player in major-league history with a multiple-home run … Continue reading
After the Carlos Marmol and Kerry Wood surrendered six runs to the Florida Marlins in the top of the ninth to blow a 2-0 lead for the Chicago Cubs, it’s a wonder any fans would stick around Wrigley Field, especially … Continue reading
Yes, you read that headline correctly. Saturday night at Dodger Stadium during the Florida Marlins – Los Angeles Dodgers game, a man actually dropped his daughter so he could catch a foul ball. Of course, it’s total karma that the … Continue reading
Is there really any doubt that San Francisco Giants reliever Brian Wilson is “the most interesting closer in the game”? In this parody of the beer commercial, The Beard talks about how he likes his Marlins served. “Stay delicious, my … Continue reading
Fortunately the videos are from a distance of a guy who decided to streak during Wednesday’s game between the Chicago Cubs and the Florida Marlins. If you want to see up-close screen caps — only of the dude from behind … Continue reading
Monday night the Florida Marlins had an exciting walk-off win against the Los Angeles Dodgers. Naturally, the team stormed from the dugout to join in the celebration at home plate. However, as the Miami Herald reported, one person, our very … Continue reading
YouTube viral star Keenan Cahill, who has a rare genetic disease called MPS Type 6, recently filmed a video with San Francisco Giants players Brian Wilson and Cody Ross performing Taio Cruz’s hit, “Dynamite” in support of an upcoming fundraiser … Continue reading
Video: Florida Marlins Players Take First Batting Practice in New Stadium; Construction Workers Get Out Their Gloves!
Tuesday was a day of milestones for the Florida Marlins to celebrate in their on-time — and still on-budget — construction of a $535 million stadium on the same piece of land where Miami’s Orange Bowl stood for seven decades. … Continue reading
The Florida Marlins had a little fun hazing their rookies in Milwaukee. Baywatch was never this good! Logan Morrison, of course, camped it up to no end.
Chris Volstad surrendered only five hits in a complete-game shutout of the St. Louis Cardinals Monday afternoon. The game, which was a make-up of a rainout on August 8, clocked in at 1 hour and 52 minutes, beating the old … Continue reading
Even as they ride their longest winning streak in more than two years, the Chicago Cubs are their own worst enemy. Case in point: Cubs rightfielder Tyler Colvin is in stable condition at a Miami hospital after he was hit in … Continue reading
Congratulations to Jim Leyland who became just the 18th manager to work 3000 games Sunday night, as his Detroit Tigers swept the Chicago White Sox at US Cellular Field 9-7 in 11 innings. Leyland’s first big league managerial job was … Continue reading
The Florida Marlins surrendered 12 walks to the Chicago Cubs, including three with the bases loaded, tying a franchise record for a nine-inning game set October 5, 2001 against the Atlanta Braves. The small bears squished the fish 13-3, sweeping the three-game series to … Continue reading