1. The Florida Marlins Needs To Feel The Heat

    Florida Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria is really confident that his team can make it all the way to October this season. In San Juan, Puerto Rico, during the recent Mets-Marlins series, his words to the media were clear as water...

    Tony Menendez Written by Tony Menendez about over 4 years ago 95 reads 3 comments

  2. Edwin Rodriguez Is the Man for the Florida Marlins

    No more interim label. No more sentimental stories about becoming the first Puerto Rican to manage in the Major Leagues. From now on, Edwin Rodriguez is the man. No doubt, Florida Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria hit the equivalent of a home run...

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  3. Ivan Rodriguez: Another Record In MLB

    Ivan Rodriguez is once again looking to make history in Major League Baseball. If he is given the opportunity by Nationals skipper Jim Riggleman, the man best known as "Pudge" will be setting another mark in his great career tonight...

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  4. Carlos Beltran: Best News in June?

    Call it patriotism. Call it home country loyalty. Call it home passion. No matter how Whatchamacallit. In his heart, Carlos Beltran wants to play. And soon...

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  5. Los Angeles Angel Joel Pineiro's Early Struggles: Just Give Him a Break

    One year ago it looked like Joel Piñeiro's career was over, until he took advice from pitching coach Dave Duncan in St. Louis. Pineiro reinvented his approach, utilizing a sinking fastball...

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  6. Is Manny Ramirez Tired of Baseball?

    Manny Ramirez, no matter if you like him as a player or not, should be a lock to make the baseball Hall of Fame...

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  7. Pudge Rodriguez Leads a Trio of Hot-Hitting Puerto Rican Catchers in the MLB

    No more cliches like in spring training. No more "how the grass smells," "how the sun shines brightly over the diamond." No more now that every team has an equal share of first place...

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  8. New York Mets: Alex Cora Is Ready to be the 2010 Mets' Starting Shortsop

    Last season veteran utility—man Alex Cora, who largely replaced Jose Reyes when the latter was placed on the disabled list in May because hamstring problems, was the New York Mets starting shortstop...

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  9. MLB's All-Time Top 10 Latino Pitching Leaders

    A new season is just around the corner, and a number of Latino players are frequently mentioned by fans and the media. In the New York Yankees pinstripe uniform, there are from the mound well-known Javier Vazquez and Mariano Rivera...

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  10. MLB's All-Time Top 10 Latino Batting Leaders

    A new season is just around the corner and with every new season a number of Latino players are frequently discussed by fans and the media...

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  11. Hanley Ramirez: Looking To Make History

    Since Hanley Ramirez arrived to the Florida Marlins in 2006 he has become a fixture in their Opening Day lineup...

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  12. Highest Paid Latinos in MLB

    Next time Torii Hunter not only should have a better choice of words, but also get his facts right. The Angel outfielder should know that the latest sensation to come from Latin America, ...

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  13. Torii Hunter: Latinos Want an Apology After "Impostor" Comments

    Before the next time Torii Hunter opens his mouth, he should think over what he wants to say or get a dictionary. If Hunter gets a big booing on Opening Day in Los Angeles, he better know for the future...

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  14. Mike Lowell Back to the Florida Marlins?

    “When I left the Marlins, I was disappointed. It turned to be a really good transition to me.”   Mike Lowell still remembers when, during Thanksgiving of 2005, he was traded with Josh Beckett and Guillermo Mota to the Boston Red Sox...

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  15. Puerto Rico's MLB Players, Where Are You?

    A long time ago, I remember that when I was going to write my annual column of the Boricuas in spring training, the list used to be a very long one. It was not only quantity, but also quality...

    Tony Menendez Written by Tony Menendez about almost 5 years ago 1,176 reads 1 comments

  16. Florida Marlins Looking for a 2015 All-Star Dream

    Dreams became reality in 1997 when then-rookie Cuban pitcher Livan Hernandez cried out, “I love you, Miami,” in front of a national television audience Marlins fans woke up and realized their Florida franchise really did win its first World Series...

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  17. The Latino Decade Leaders In MLB: 2000-2009

    The 2010 season of Major League Baseball is to start in just a few days. With the beginning of spring training, it is not only of a new year, but also a new decade...

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  18. Carlos Delgado: A Marlin Again ?

    Spring training is around the corner and still many well-known names are looking for employment. One of them is Carlos Delgado. With only two weeks left Delgado is starting to wonder if he will have one more chance to play in a big league diamond...

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  19. MLB 2010 Preseason Latino Player Rankings and All-Star Team

    “Never make predictions, especially about the future.” That was one of the most famous quotes ever from Casey Stengel. Nobody listens to him. Not these days...

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  20. The All-Time Greatest Latino Hitters In MLB

    Once “The Splendid Splinter” said, “Baseball is the only field of endeavor where a man can succeed three times out of 10 and be considered a good performer.” Ted Williams was right...

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  21. Fredi Gonzalez's Mission: Win!

    Manager Fredi Gonzalez and a few of his Florida Marlin players are nowadays on a historic trip visiting our troops stationed in Kuwait and Iraq...

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  22. The All-Time Latino Sluggers in MLB

    Once I read about the greatest sluggers in major league baseball history, most of them were remembered by their nicknames. The greatest of them all, in my opinion, was called "The Babe...

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  23. Hanley Ramirez: Florida Silver Man

    The 2010 season has not started yet, but all kind of predictions can be read these days. One that could be right is Hanley Ramirez's ability to repeat as National League batting champion...

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  24. Marlins and Mets Will Meet In Puerto Rico

    Word gets around very fast these days. Start packing your bags to San Juan, Puerto Rico. According to a report from San Juan, the move of a three-game, regular-season series between the New ...

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  25. Yadier Molina: St. Louis Golden Boy

    Yadier Molina has three goals for this season. “I’m looking to win a World Series, try to hit .300 and try to win another Gold Glove,” said Molina recently at the St. Louis Cardinals winter fan festival...

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