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(ESPN)   Florida Marlins owner on why he chose to dismantle the team: "You simply make more money when you don't have to pay anyone"   ( divider line
    More: Dumbass, Jeffrey Loria, Marlins, trade, Anibal Sanchez, Jeff Mathis, Yunel Escobar, Omar Infante, Heath Bell  
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2012-11-15 10:13:07 PM  

devioustrevor: Strangely enough this isn't even AA's best trade since taking over the Blue Jays. Finding somebody, anybody, willing to take on Vernon Wells' contract was nothing short of a miracle.

I have no idea how he didn't win an Executive Of The Year award for that.

He might be a wizard.
2012-11-15 11:43:40 PM  

Enfenestrate: Nabb1: m1ke: It has to be hard to be a Marlins fan.

That's probably why there aren't any.

He doesn't need any. With his near-zero payroll for next year he'll make money just by putting his hand out for the revenue sharing check.

Ah yes, the Bud Selig method of team ownership. They had the best bottom line in baseball for a decent chunk of the 90s.
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