The Marlins beat the Braves in the first ever MLB game in the state of North Carolina
One of the most lopsided division in baseball includes two of the best teams in the league (the Mets and Nationals), and two of the worst (Braves and Phillies). Meanwhile the talented but flawed Marlins look poised for a 13th straight season somewhere in the vast middle.
In an effort to return to international dominance, Cuba may allow expatriates to play for the Cuban National Team in the future.
The Miami Marlins have an impressive young core. They're on bubble in the NL, which features several powerhouses and several rebuilding clubs.
Agent Bart Hernandez, who works primarily with Cuban-born players, has been indicted on charges of human trafficking, according to an ESPN report.
The Royals and free agent righty Ian Kennedy are progressing towards a contract. That story and more is in Friday's hot stove recap.
First Jay Z, and now Marc Anthony has ventured into the agent business. What's the hook for the ballplayers?
The Dodgers are aiming high in free agency and the trade market despite a desire to reduce payroll. What moves do they have cooking? Plus more news.
"They're a joke," says the executive of one team who can't understand how the Marlins' revenues can be lower than those of teams long embroiled in unsuccessful endeavors to get new stadiums.

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