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Katy Perry Re-Dedicates Song "Hot N Cold" To Marlins

WASHINGTON - APRIL 19:  Jorge Cantu #3 of the Florida Marlins reacts after being called out on strikes against the Washington Nationals at Nationals Park on April 19, 2009 in Washington, DC.  (Photo by Greg Fiume/Getty Images)
Shanan H.Analyst IApril 27, 2009

That picture is Jorge Cantu of the Marlins dancing to Katey Perry's Hot 'n Cold.

Everyone knows the song, right?

"You're hot then you're cold, you're yes then you're no, you're in and you're out, you're up and you're down.

You, You don't really want to stay.

But you, you don't really want to go."

Sounds like those darned Marlins last week.

And it continued today, with a 7-1 loss to the Mets,and with Hanley Ramirez, star shortstop, leaving early after getting beamed on the wrist. (No info on that injury past the previous.)

While still first in the east by half a game, the Marlins have lost 7 of the last 10, and have not seemed electric at all.

Those first weeks, they looked unstoppable, but, that has changed.

Will they come back?

Of course.

Rickey Nolasco still hasn't come around, and he could get really hot later.

Again, "You're hot then you're cold."

But, what worries me is the former mention of Ramirez's injury.

He leads this team, and is the star. It's like the Yankees without A-rod.  (9-10?)

But, baseball is unpredictable. Maybe the Marlins will get hot again, even with the star's absence.

My recommendation:  Watch and see!

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