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New first baseman Carlos Delgado balances the power in an already loaded lineup
HARDBALL THE SCRAPPY MARLINS BATTLED TO BEAT THE ODDS, UNTIMELY INJURIES AND THE STILL DAUNTING BRAVES
It's the same plate beside which FranciscoCabrera stood when he cracked that ... Florida Marlins' skipper for another crack at a trip to the. World ...
Call Him Ca-steal-o Despite a string of injuries, the Marlins' Luis Castillo is running wild
He was signed by Florida as a 16-year-old in 1992. Four years later he broke into the majors by hitting .262 and stealing 17 bases in 41 games.
Don't Ever Change, Dan Uggla
There's nothing cerebral about the approach of the Marlins' throwback strongman: It's see ball, swing from the heels, hit ball (a country mile). And it's a thing of primal beauty
A STEADY REIGN
Touring NL East training camps in Florida this spring was like watching an extended trailer for the future of baseball. At the Braves' Disney ...
A Whole New Ball Game
They're not the Expos anymore, they're the Nationals, and in Frank Robinson they've got the right man to lead them into Washington, D.C.
These Buds Are for You! With sluggers like Mark McGwire and Jim Edmonds gladly sinking roots in St. Louis, the rampaging Cardinals are strengthening their ties to America's best baseball city
Tuesday night with the nondescript Florida Marlins in town and with no promotional giveaway to attract them. Nearly all the fans were still there, ...
RELAY AN EGG THE U.S. MEN'S PENCHANT FOR BOTCHING THE 4X100 CONTINUED, DISTRESSINGLY, AT THE WORLDS
In the right hands, track and field can be a blessedlyuncomplicated sport. Sergei Bubka's hands. Wilson Kipketer'shands. Allen Johnson's ...
The Bronx Zoo
As third baseman Graig Nettles points out in The Bronx Zoo, reliever Sparky Lyle's memoir of the 1978 Yankees, some little boys dream about ...
Larry Bowa Sees Red There's playoff fever in Philadelphia, where the combustible manager has his disgruntled Phils headed for a wild-card berth--or a colossal flameout
In between outbursts of joy and rage, manager Larry Bowa typically watches ... National League wild-card lead by one game over the Florida