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LA Dodgers pitcher Josh Beckett says he’ll be ready for season

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Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Josh Beckett said on Monday that he and his right arm will be ready for the start of the 2014 season.

The 33-year-old last July had a rib removed by surgery to alleviate a nerve condition that was affecting his right arm.

He and recently-signed Paul Maholm will compete for the fifth spot in the Dodgers pitching-rich rotation.

Beckett started his career with the Florida Marlins and has also played for the Boston Red Sox.

His career stats are impressive: 132 wins 100 losses, with an ERA of 3.94, 1,794 strikeouts. He has been an All-Star three times and a World Series champion twice.

Florida Marlins no more; get used to Miami Marlins


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The Florida Marlins have officially changed their new name to Miami Marlins.

The name change came at their new ballpark in a ceremony commerating a new stadium, a new manager and a new name.

The franchise, which was established in 1993, also introduced their new uniforms with a new logo, and new colors of orange, blue, black and yellow.

The changes made are emphasizing the team’s move from the suburban multipurpose stadium of Sun Life Stadium to a much cozier stadium near downtown called  Miami Ballpark.


Info courtesy of the Miami Marlins

McKeon to go back into retirement from Marlins


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Florida Marlins manager Jack McKeon is retiring now that the regular season has ended.

The 80-year-old wants to remain with the franchise as a consultant.

McKeon has managed the Kansas City Royals, Oakland A’s, San Diego Padres, Cincinnati Reds and Florida Marlins twice.

His final managerial record reads 1,972 games, 1,035 wins, 964 losses and a .518 winning percentage.


Info compiled from Radio, TV & MLB news

Strasburg will be put on innings limit in 2012 by Nationals


Stephen Strasburg in June 2010 (photo by dbking via wikipedia commons)

Washington Nationals right-hander Stephen Strasburg will be on an innings limit next season as he progresses with his comeback from reconstructive surgery on is pitching elbow.

Strasburg had his ligament-replacement surgery last September, then returned to the Nationals this month.

He’ll be making his fifth start of his comeback against the Florida Marlins on the last day of the 2011 MLB regular season which is Wednesday.

Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo told the media on Sunday that he has a pre-determined amount of innings that Strasburg will throw next year. Speculation has it around 160-165 innings.

Info compiled from Radio, TV & the Washington Nationals

MLB announces 2012 schedule; Marlins opens at home in new ballpark


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Major League Baseball has announced its 2012 schedule.

The Florida Marlins, who will be renamed the Miami Marlins in 2012, will open next season in their new ballpark a day before the rest of the major league teams get started. The Marlins will play the St. Louis Cardinals on April 4.

The MLB schedule will open in midweek for the second straight year, with six opening games on April 5 and eight on April 6.

The 2012 season will end on Wednesday, October 3.

Info compiled from Radio, TV & MLB news

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