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The Marlins' Stirring, 11th-Inning Come-From-Behind Defeat Of The Indians In Game 7 Redeemed An Otherwise Lackluster Series
5 Outs Away
A year ago the Cubs and Red Sox each came that close to the World Series, only to see it all blow up in eerily similar—and all-too-familiar—fashion
Mike Piazza isn't just the best-hitting backstop of all time. He's also the leading man on baseball's hottest team
SOMEBODY'S PERFECT ALREADY THE GAME'S BEST DEFENSIVE CATCHER, FLORIDA'S CHARLES JOHNSON HAS BEEN ERROR-FREE THIS SEASON
These are the hands of a surgeon, or maybe a pianist. ... Johnson, the 26-year- old Florida Marlins backstop who last made an error when he ...
Is Jerry Reinsdorf, the belligerent union buster he appeared to be during the baseball strike,
...the turncoat who signed Albert Belle to a $55 million contract to play for the White Sox, the lunatic who might break up the Bulls' dynasty, the malcontent who sued the NBA to protect his own TV Revenues? Or is he simply misunderstood? Is he, in fact, one of the smartest owners in pro sports, a businessman whose teams are powerful and profitable and whose employees are deeploy loyal?
Art of the Deal Gone Wrong
Less than eight months after he opened a stadium built in his own image and at a taxpayer expense that will eventually exceed $2 billion, Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria green-lighted yet another stripping down of the franchise. He insists it's all in the name of winning
The Pride of Peabody
He was the nation's best high school pitcher, bound for the Florida Marlins and stardom. But Jeff Allison also had a drug addiction, and it nearly killed him
Last Swing In Montreal The majors' orphan team, the Expos, is playing out the string in Canada under a puppet regime and facing an uncertain future
Florida Marlins, taking with him the Expos' front-office staff, manager, coaches, scouts and almost everything that wasn't nailed down.
The inside story of the deal, engineered by Reds G.M. Jim Bowden, that sent Ken Griffey Jr. back to Cincinnati at a bargain rate