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Marlins fire Bonds, keep Prado, Suzuki

The Miami Marlins fired hitting coach Barry Bonds on Wednesday, along with third base coach Lenny Harris and bullpen coach Reid Cornelius.  Miami also announced a $40-million, three-year contract with third baseman Martin Prado, who would have been eligible for free agency, and exercised a $2-million...
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