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Marlins, Blue Jays Today Could Complete Mammoth Trade
Published November 14, 2012
Miami sports radio host Paul Castronovo wrote on his Twitter feed: "@Marlins fool me once, shame on You, Twice shame on me. Fool me 3 times, I'm not going to any more games. Feel bad for the baseball guys." CBSSports.com's Jon Heyman tweeted: "This was supposed to be a routine owners meeting highlighted by vote on nat'l tv deals. Marlins-jays trade has spiced it up." ESPN's Buster Olney: "Another consideration for MLB as it reviews this trade: the Marlins will be held up as cautionary tale for cities asked to build ballparks." "Late Show" writer Eric Stangel: "Out of habit, David Stern just tried blocking some of the Marlins trades."