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Marlins' Samson Reflects On First Half As Team Heads Into The Break Unrepresented At ASG
Published July 9, 2012
SWIMMING ALONE: MLB.com's Joe Frisaro noted Samson "spoke with an MLB representative about the decision to not take another Miami player as a replacement." MLB "had no comment on Samson's remarks." When asked if he was given a reason why no Marlins replacement was selected, Samson replied, "I can't say that I had one" (MLB.com, 7/8). In West Palm Beach, Joe Capozzi noted the "shutout is shocking because the Marlins’ roster includes players with a combined 24 All Star nods." Samson said, “Listen, there’s nothing you can do about it except to say that I wish our guys would have ... I wish our first half would have gone differently, obviously" (PALMBEACHPOST.com, 7/8).