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MARLINS FOR SALE? HUIZENGA FED UP WITH THE LEAGUE PROBLEMS?
Published September 16, 1994
Wayne Huizenga said yesterday that he would consider putting the Marlins up for sale if MLB remains in disarray going into the '95 season: "My decision on whether or not to ever sell the Marlins depends on what happens next year. I will wait and see if the owners and players make any progress. I don't know what happens after that." Huizenga, asked if he regretted getting involved in baseball, said laughing: "I wonder that a lot." Huizenga will have lost about $10M from the season. A sale is something he would not consider until next year. He said he will give contract extensions to both manager Rene Lacheman and GM Dan Dombrowski (Amy Niedzielka, MIAMI HERALD, 9/16).