Craig Tatum

#28C,
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 225
Bat: R
Throw: R
Born:
College: Mississippi State
Birth Place: Hattiesburg, Mississippi
Draft: 2004 3rd round by the
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    AP source: Jeter doesn't have money needed to buy Marlins

    A person familiar with the negotiations says Derek Jeter has told the Miami Marlins he still doesn't have the necessary money to buy the team but is close. The person described the status of the Marlins' sale talks to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the team isn't discussing the negotiations publicly. The person said Jeter, a 14-time All-Star shortstop, met with Major League Baseball and Marlins officials in New York on Thursday and provided an update on his efforts to raise the needed money with other investors. The person said multiple other groups remain in the mix to purchase the team. Jeter's group bid about $1.3 billion to buy the Marlins from Jeffrey Loria. A similar

  • Puerto Rico will host MLB series in 2018, first time since the Zika scare
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    Puerto Rico will host MLB series in 2018, first time since the Zika scare

    Remember last season, when Major League Baseball squashed its plans to have the Pittsburgh Pirates and Miami Marlins play a series in Puerto Rico due to concerns about the Zika virus? It looks like MLB and everyone else involved is ready to try again. That's because MLB announced on Wednesday that the Cleveland Indians and Minnesota Twins will play a two-game set at Hiram Bithorn Stadium come April 17-18, 2018: MLB hasn't played a regular season game outside of North America since 2014, when the Arizona Diamondbacks and Los Angeles Dodgers started the season in Australia. Meanwhile, Puerto Rico hasn't hosted regular-season baseball since 2010 -- that's when the then-Florida Marlins clashed with

  • Marlins Morning News: Fish Fried by Nats
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    Marlins Morning News: Fish Fried by Nats

    After watching the Marlins walk off against them the night before, the Nats’ big boppers made sure it wouldn’t happen again, and they defeated the Fish 12-3 last night. Edinson Volquez came apart in the fifth inning when he gave up four of his six earned runs. Marcell Ozuna homered again for Miami, his 19th. This is your kind reminder to Vote Ozuna into the All-Star game, which (as you will recall) is in Miami this year. He is currently fifth in the outfield balloting while the third (read: final starting) and fourth spots are being held down by the less deserving Jason Heyward and Ben Zobrist. He needs has to close a gap of a little over 100,000 votes in the next eight days. You can vote five