Jeffrey Loria

Giancarlo Stanton has signed the hugest contract in the history of baseball: 13 years and $325 million. The guy is only 25 years old and could easily make anyone his age really go through a "what the hell am I doing with my life" type of moment.
A new name, new uniforms, and a new ballpark didn't help draw fans to Marlins Park during its inaugural year in 2012, when
"I'll be at 140 by the end of the season," he says. So they're last in every offensive category that matters -- hits, runs
Los apachurrados Marlins, no solo tienen que sufrir al propietario Jeffrey (El Destripador) Loria, sino también algo terriblemente maligno que ha invadido a sus peloteros.
Guess that open letter to Marlins fans wasn't all that convincing, huh? Here are seven jaw-dropping photos of the more than
Like most lifelong Marlins fans, Fort Lauderdale resident Dan Barton is over the team's miserly owner Jeffrey Loria. Marlins
"Since the teams control all revenue streams, they don't necessarily need to make a huge investment in talent or curry good
First, the Marlins alienated every taxpayer in Miami with their stadium deal. Then they pissed off every casual fan with
In Miami, we are all too familiar with government using our money incorrectly. Defending the financing plan is impossible -- our last mayor lost his job because of it. And by the way, whoever gave you the "it's not public money" sound bite ought to have their head examined.
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That seems unlikely, considering photos from the first day of individual game ticket sales showed four people in line at
It was a laugh reading Loria's self-serving screed in South Florida's three newspapers on Sunday until you realized he's
One year after hosting the nationally broadcast "Opening Night" of the 2012 MLB season and trotting a revamped, star-studded
This cannot be repeated often enough. The public should never, ever pay for a stadium or arena for a pro sports team again.
LeBatard hammered Samson with questions about the fans' distrust of this ownership group and the appearance the Marlins pulled
Marlins fans may no longer surprised by fire sales, but they smart even more when you're holding a $2.4 billion bill for
Here is how the con worked. The Florida Marlins owners whined, and they brayed, and they swore up and down that they couldn't
When Jose Reyes comes back to Citi Field, give the man the respect he deserves. He wanted to remain a New York Met. He really did. But, the offer wasn't right.
Americans will eat about 7 billion hot dogs between Memorial Day and Labor Day, and 20.5 million are expected to be served
Here's what Twitter users thought of the event: Eventually, shortstop Hanley Ramirez took the ball from Ali's right hand