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27-Apr-2009

  • It's never too early for football fever (Sun-Sentinel)

    For fans at draft party, baseball's just a bump on road to NFL season While the Marlins were on the field at Dolphin Stadium warming up for Saturday night's game against the Phillies, there was an NFL Draft party going on in the Club Zone.


  • Wilson receives Navy?s Silver Dolphin insignia (The McPherson Sentinel)

    PEARL HARBOR, Hawaii - On April 3, Blake William Wilson, 2nd Class Naval Petty Officer, was awarded the Silver Dolphin Submarine Warfare Insignia.


  • Fans receive Miami Dolphin experience at CityPlace (WPTV West Palm Beach)

    CityPlace will make the dreams of many South Florida sports fans come true, today.


  • Report of another dead dolphin in Navesink River (Asbury Park Press)

    Officials are searching a Monmouth County river for the remains of another dolphin.


  • Warriors too much for Dolphin softball team (Florida Keys Keynoter)

    Kelley Struyf came inches from matching the game-winning home run she hit last week against Key West High School.


  • Slumping Marlins aim to rebound versus Phils (FOX 16 Little Rock)

    The Florida Marlins will try to snap out of their current funk when they resume a three-game series versus the NL East-rival Philadelphia Phillies tonight at Dolphin Stadium.


  • Miami Dolphins fans embrace daring choice in NFL draft (Miami Herald)

    Give the kid this much credit, at least. Miami's newest sports star had been a Dolphin for about, oh, five minutes Saturday, and already he led the league in confidence.


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