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Fish Bites: Anniversary of the Bartman

As the tumbleweeds continue to roll through the Miami Marlins newswire, this edition of Fish Bites is dedicated to the notorious Steve Bartman who etched his name in baseball history 10 years ago.

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Chicago Cubs: Steve Bartman's spokesman blasts Harry Caray restaurant boss - Sun Sentinel

Ten years to the week of the infamous Steve Bartman incident in 2003, spokesman Frank Murtha is still defending his client after a decade filled with different companies profiting off of Bartman's demise.

Miguel Cabrera: A Brief FishFan Retrospective - Marlin Maniac - A Miami Marlins Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

New Marlin Maniac scribe Laura Georgia does an extremely solid retrospective piece on Miguel Cabrera's opening days as a Marlin while transitioning to his current career as the most feared player in the league with Detroit.

10 Years Later: Steve Bartman Remains A Tragedy

10 years after that notable incident, Deadspin uses a fantastic excerpt from Will Leitch (Deadspin founder) book to bring a unique opinion surrounding the Steve Bartman situation.

Winter Leagues: Arizona Fall League: Statistics | Events

Last week marked the return of the Arizona Fall League which will allow the likes of Colin Moran, Andrew Heaney, etc to continue developing their skills during the offseason. After a week, the following link will showcase the latest AFL statistics for some of Miami's more intriguing prospects.

Developing a new Marlins Way << The Fish Pond

WIth the offseason clearly underway, Marlins beat writer Joe Fisaro describes the hopeful change that Miami will be hoping to go through during the winter.

Around the League

Grading the unwritten rules: The Dodgers' celebrations - Baseball Nation

Through the first four games of the NLCS, tensions continue to heat up between the Dodgers and Cardinals and they're mainly revolved around one single thing; Celebration.

The Roller Coaster That Is Yasiel Puig | FanGraphs Baseball

FanGraphs' Eno Sarris breaks down Yasiel Puig's controversial triple against Adam Wainwright while giving his unique perspective on Puig's status in the game.

Anonymous Red Sox bullpen key to success. | : Wendy Thurm

Despite being low-profile names, the arms in Boston's bullpen has probably been the biggest reason why they're currently leading their ALCS series against Detroit.

The Greatest Scouting Report of All Time - Baseball Nation

25 years after the legendary home run by Kirk Gibson, Rob Neyer discovers an interesting and somewhat cryptic that was done right before that fateful night.

The most exciting games of 2013, part two

The folks at Hard Ball Times are breaking downing and listing some of the most exciting games of the 2013 season including one that features the Miami Marlins. Spoiler: They didn't win.

At Fish Stripes

2013 Marlins Season Review: Marcell Ozuna - Fish Stripes

The Miami Marlins started Marcell Ozuna in the majors earlier than expected, and the mediocre results at the plate were completely expected.

2013 Marlins Season Review: Giancarlo Stanton - Fish Stripes

Giancarlo Stanton was supposed to carry the 2013 offense for the Miami Marlins, but injury and struggles led to a difficult season at the plate.

Marlins history: Reviewing Steve Bartman and the Cubs - Fish Stripes

Yesterday was the ten-year anniversary of the Steve Bartman incident during Game 6 of the 2003 National League Championship Series between the Chicago Cubs and the Marlins. How does it look from the Marlins' side ten years later?

This Day In Marlins History: Marlins roar back for Game 6 win in "Bartman Game" - Fish Stripes

On this day in team history, the Marlins exploded for eight runs in the top of the 8th inning to overcome a 3-0 deficit and take Game 6 of the 2003 NLCS. This is the infamous Bartman game, in which the Cubs fan appeared to steal an out from Moises Alou.