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It would be a controversial move, although the light-hitting team could use some help.

The 41-year-old Marlin performed pretty well, giving up just one run in an inning's worth of work against the Phillies.

Miami, off to a disappointing 16-22 start, may be looking to re-create its magic from 2003.

The Marlins slugger became just the fourth player ever to do that, and the first since Mark McGwire in 1999.

Maybe they just forgot the purpose of the roof?

The team literally telegraphs its acquisition of the slugging first baseman.

It almost looks as if the Marlins pitcher did this on purpose. Almost.

Marlins hitting coach denied reports that he'd grabbed Derek Dietrich by the neck.

Jeffrey Loria pull off a blockbuster trade that guts the Marlins and beefs up the Blue Jays.

The new-look Marlins waved goodbye to their fiery skipper only one year into his four-year contract.

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