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4th Annual IRA Fun Cruise

Howdy, Beatriz & Ingrid here! Today marks six weeks since our return from the IRA Fun Cruise. If you have never cruised with the questies and Walter before, you are in for a treat. 236 more words


Hazelwood West Alum Loses Salary Arbitration Case

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — Newly-acquired Miami pitcher David Phelps came up short in his quest for a higher salary, Friday.

A St. Louis native (Hazelwood West HS), Phelps was given a $1.4 million salary by arbitrators Mark Burstein, Dennis Archer and Sylvia Skratek rather than his request of $1,875,000. 100 more words


David Phelps loses arbitration case against the Marlins

David Phelps, whom the Marlins acquired from the Yankees in December, has lost an arbitration hearing with his new team.

That means Phelps will be paid $1.4 million instead of $1.85 million following a season in which he missed time on the disabled list and threw 113 innings with a 4.38 ERA. 29 more words

Playlist: "O Love that will not let me go"

Sharing the lyrics and a video of this old yet ever new hymn, written by George Mattheson, and published in 1882. In various seasons of life, it has been a source of comfort and this rendition by David Phelps is simply beautiful. 161 more words


Marlins Top Latos In 1st MLB Salary Arbitration Of Year

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ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — The Miami Marlins have defeated pitcher Mat Latos in Major League Baseball’s first salary arbitration case this year that went to a hearing. 166 more words


Marlins Avoid Arbitration With Closer Cishek And 3 Others

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MIAMI (CBSMiami/AP) — Steve Cishek and the Miami Marlins closed out a deal in an effort to avoid arbitration.

The closer will receive $6.65 million for the one-year contract. 139 more words


Miami Marlins Avoid Arbitration With Four Players

The Miami Marlins avoided arbitration with four players Friday.

Miami and closer Steve Cishek agreed to a one-year deal worth $6.65 million, according to Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald… 128 more words

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