Florida Marlins Could Fire Manager After Today

Posted: 5th October 2009 by Bill Mckillop in MLB
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Jeffrey Loria, the owner of the Marlins, seems to be upset that his team did not make the 2009 postseason. He is so mad he may even fire manager Fredi Gonzalez in the upcoming weeks. Loria and his executives will meet about theáfutureáof the team. There is some that Gonzalez could be out, with wacky but effective Bobby Valentine to be the new skipper. If Loria wants to upgrade managers and go with Valentine toátry to improve, thenáI can respect that. Much has been made about the fact that the Marlins have the lowest payroll in all of baseball at $36-37 million. The Marlins were only six games out of the Wild Card and finished with 87 wins. The Marlins had the best payroll cost per win in all of Major League Baseball at $423,149.43 per victory. The Major League average is $1,090,122.40 ...

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