General Manager Ozzie Guillen is making his return from suspension after making pro-Castro comments, infuriating the strong Cuban-American fanbase located in Miami.
Guillen apologized for his comments, served his time and is back in the dugout for Tuesday's contest versus the Cubs.
But off the field, another member of Marlins management had an interesting choice of words for the media.
Monday night featured many pitches getting whacked, only for them to die in the outfield.
"We're not worried about the dimensions," Samson said, according to CBSSports.com's Danny Knobler. "We're still learning this ballpark, and so are our fans and players."
And there's nothing wrong with that. A new stadium takes a while to get used to, even for its own tenants. Besides, if the walls are in fact too far ...
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