Derek Jeter and company may be looking to trim payroll once they take the reins of the Marlins
It’s staying for good.
Maybe incoming minority owner Derek Jeter won't be getting rid of that thing after all
Earlier in August a game between the St. Louis Cardinals and Kansas City Royals was briefly interrupted by a feisty kitten that ran onto the field. Bryce Harper injured his knee during an awkward play at first base Derek Jeter wantsShow More Summary
Derek Jeter was the talk of the owners meeting. The soon-to-be Marlins co-owner will be part of baseball’s ownership circle once the deal is approved.
Recent editorials from Florida newspapers: ___ Aug. 12 The Miami Herald provides a checklist to the Miami Marlins' new owners, who include Derek Jeter: Is that a dark cloud rolling … Click to Continue »
Jeter, the former Yankees star, has always had a vision. And if all goes as planned, he will see it become reality when he becomes an owner of the Miami Marlins.
Outgoing owner Jeffrey Loria has had a love affair with the Bronx Bombers for years.
The group led by Derek Jeter that agreed to buy the Miami Marlins has to see Stanton as a keeper despite his hefty contract.
Nothing is sacred to the former Carl Icahn foil. Not even Derek Jeter.
It looks like Derek Jeter’s ownership group is soon going to be running the Miami Marlins. The move still needs the approval of the other Major League owners, but once that happens, it will be over and done. With their arrival, the legendary Marlins Park home run statue may be over and done with as […]
Derek Jeter will have a lot to answer for if this goes through. The new Miami Marlins owners are likely to remove the gaudy, 60-foot tall home run sculpture, according to Jon Heyman, and you should be devastated. The gory details: One...Show More Summary
Monday’s Say Hey, Baseball looks at a rough weekend for Seattle, Bryce Harper’s knee injury, and Derek Jeter’s potential first blow against fun. On the morning of August 10, the Mariners were in sole possession of the second American League wild card. Show More Summary
He and Jeter have known each other for more than 20 years and are close friends.
Miami Marlins confirm signed agreement to sell team to Derek Jeter group
The Miami Marlins finally have a new owner as Jeffrey Loria agreed to sell the team for $1.17 billion to an ownership group. This could signify a potential rebirth for one of baseball’s more hapless franchises. The ownership group is...Show More Summary
On Friday, it was reported that Miami Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria agreed to sell the team to Derek Jeter’s group for $1.2 billion, with Jeter expected to run baseball operations. With new ownership, some changes are expected, including one that might sadden fans of sculptures that light up, spray water, and make fish paintings fly. Show More Summary
An investment group led by a New York businessman and Players Tribune editor-in-chief Derek Jeter has made the winning bid to buy the Miami Marlins, according to multiple reports. [ more › ]
Saturday’s Say Hey, Baseball includes Derek Jeter in Miami, a do-over on the trade deadline and a big injury to an important Cub. Down in Florida, much of this year has been spent trying to figure out who will be running their favorite baseball team. Show More Summary
Derek Jeter will be the new face of the Marlins and the baseball and business man, and everyone in the MLB offices in N.Y. are ecstatic.