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17-Mar-2009

  • Random Evidence of a Cluttered Mind: Yes, Miami is a great sports town (Miami Herald)

    Aquick South Florida sports checklist: World Baseball Classic games going on at Dolphin Stadium; Miami hosting NCAA Tournament March Madness games; best golfers in world roaming across Doral's Blue Monster; best tennis players on deck on Key Biscayne; Dwyane Wade and Heat angling for NBA playoffs; Panthers with great shot to end playoff drought; young Marlins preparing for promising season; ...


  • Team USA fares better against the Dutch (Sun-Sentinel)

    Sunday, the United States lost its second Most Valuable Player in as many days. It didn't make a difference against the Netherlands, whose run as World Baseball Classic darlings appeared headed for its end at Dolphin Stadium.


  • U.S. Beats Netherlands to Avoid Elimination at Baseball Classic (Bloomberg)

    March 15 (Bloomberg) -- The U.S. beat the Netherlands 9-3 to avoid elimination at the World Baseball Classic. Jimmy Rollins of the Philadelphia Phillies had a home run and four runs batted in as Team USA opened an 8-0 lead after six innings at Dolphin Stadium in Miami.


  • Home runs power Venezuela past Netherlands 3-1 (Fox Sports)

    Miguel Cabrera and Jose Lopez each had solo home runs to power Venezuela to a 3-1 win over the Netherlands in the second round of the World Baseball Classic on Saturday. In his first game back at Dolphin Stadium, Cabrera reached back to his Florida Marlins' days with a line drive over the left-center field wall in the fourth that gave Venezuela the lead for good.


  • Blue Dolphin Energy Company Reports Fourth Quarter and Year End Results (GlobeNewswire via Yahoo! Finance)

    HOUSTON, March 13, 2009 -- Blue Dolphin Energy Company , an independent oil and gas company with operations in the Gulf of Mexico, today reported financial results for the three and twelve month periods ended December 31, 2008.


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