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Andre Dawson got 'chills' when he saw Marlins OF Giancarlo Stanton get hit in the face by a pitch

Andrew Dawson knows the feeling, which was why when he finally saw the replay of Marlins outfielder Giancarlo Stanton being hit in the face by an 88 mph fastball on Thursday he felt a chilling sensation. 513 more words

Tom D'Angelo

Miami Marlins face Red Sox, Yankees at home and on road in 2015

The Miami Marlins home schedule for 2015 received a jolt with the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees both coming to Marlins Park.

The Marlins play both AL East teams four times each, twice at home and twice on the road, it was announced today when… 292 more words

Tom D'Angelo

Verily the Grass Doth Appear Greener in Yonder Meadow

I thought saw a sheep once, but I looked away for a moment and it was gone.


Despite Marlins turnaround, Giancarlo Stanton still not ready to make long term commitment

The Marlins may be on the verge of the biggest turnaround in the majors and still in contention for a wild card with a month remaining in the season, but that hasn’t necessarily resonated with its superstar and MVP candidate, Giancarlo Stanton. 371 more words

Tom D'Angelo

Jacob Turner's struggles a reminder of Miami Marlins' bad trade with Detroit

With right-hander Jacob Turner on the way out, it’s a good time to look back at the trade that brought him to Miami from Detroit in late July 2012. 246 more words


The Woman: Part 1

Grand-maman dropped my younger sister and I off at our home, a small two bedroom upstairs unit condo with a Spanish tile roofing. As I approached the screen to the front door at the top of the narrow stairwell, an unfamiliar woman opened the door from the inside. 764 more words

Piscine Urges

When one walks into the home, one encounters, among other things, a large empty glass tank. Surrounding this monstrosity are objects of inane value, pens of dubious quality, forlorn candy wrappers missing their inhabitants and much more depending upon my energy levels at the end of the day for cleaning up. 443 more words