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Marlins Morning News: Freeeeeeeeeeee Fallllllllllling

Marlins notes and plenty of unusual things happening in MLB

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Blurb goes here about how the Marlins gave away another one.

Atlanta made a classy move by offering free tickets to Floridians for this weekend’s Miami-Atlanta series.

If it feels like our team has endured more injuries than most this season, you might want to see the numbers.

Marlins Park is going to be prepared for whatever Hurricane Irma is bringing.

FOX Sports Florida is featuring a special program on Dee Gordon after Sunday’s game.

This isn’t the most awkward way I’ve seen a guy get fired, but it’s pretty close. Apparently, this is how Jeter and company do things in anticipation of a proctology exam.


Another lifelong major leaguer is headed toward the field of dreams. Gene Michael, architect of the the Yankees of the 1990’s, passed away at age 79.

Speaking of the Yankees, Aaron Judge’s bat woke up in time to move into second place for the most home runs by a Major League rookie.

As if the Nationals needed any more firepower, they called up their top prospect, Victor Robles.

If you’re into odd baseball records, Will Middlebrooks did not disappoint Wednesday.

In other odd news, Universal Windows Direct CEO, William Barr, was probably rooting against Cleveland last night.

If you need another reminder that some things are bigger than baseball, check out this nice story about a young lady that isn’t going to let life keep her down.