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18-Sep-2008

  • Recap: Florida vs. Houston (Miami Herald)

    Alfredo Amezaga drove in four runs and Jorge Cantu added a grand slam, as the streaking Florida Marlins pounded the Houston Astros, 14-2, in the middle installment of a three-game series at Dolphin Stadium.


  • Volstad Outpitches Oswalt As Marlins Top Astros (WFTV 9 Orlando)

    Chris Volstad tossed eight brilliant innings to lead the streaking Florida Marlins to a 5-1 win over the Houston Astros in the opener of a three-game series at Dolphin Stadium.


  • REPLAY LIVE WEBCAST: Hawkeye football chat with Gary Dolphin (The Gazette)

    Gary Dolphin, the voice of the Hawkeyes, joined Gazette sportswriter Scott Dochterman again this week to discuss Iowa football.Replay their comments from this week's chat below -- and remember to visit us each Wednesday at 5:45 p.m. during the football season to chat live with Dolphin and Dochterman!


  • Houston Astros (80-70) at Florida Marlins (78-72), 7:10 p.m. (Miami Herald)

    Right-hander Ricky Nolasco seeks a second win against Houston this season when the Florida Marlins host the Astros in the middle game of a three-game series at Dolphin Stadium.


  • Massimo's serves Northern Italian with flair (Miami Herald)

    Just five miles from Dolphin Stadium, Massimo's Italian Cuisine sounded like the perfect place to meet friends for a pregame dinner. We weren't expecting white tablecloths and candlelight, flowing ivory curtains and abstract art in this easily missed storefront restaurant on Miramar Parkway. Yet no one balked at our baseball T's. Ambitious Massimo's is upscale, but not snooty.


  • Dolphin researcher's method decried as `cruel' (Miami Herald)

    In a weathered boat called Out2Sea, student researcher Jennifer Lewis has logged thousands of hours over nine years on the water off Key West, photographing and studying the playful bottlenose dolphins.


  • Marlins Announce 2009 Home Schedule (Local 10 Miami)

    MIAMI -- The Florida Marlins announced their home schedule for the 2009 regular season Wednesday. In addition to the 15 other National League clubs, the Marlins will host AL East foes, the New York Yankees, Baltimore Orioles and Tampa Bay Rays in Interleague games at Dolphin Stadium.


  • Rare blue whale spotted off Kerry coast (RTÉ News)

    A blue whale, the largest living animal on the planet, has been spotted off the coast of Co Kerry. Observers with the Irish Whale and Dolphin Group believe this is just the second validated sighting ever - and the first time one has been photographed in Irish waters.


  • Dishy picks (Daily Dispatch)

    Animal Planet, 12.25pm: Animal Park ? A sea otter narrowly escapes the jaws of death in a shark attack, and Kate finds out how you test the heart rate of a dolphin.


  • Former Dolphin Gus Frerotte to start for Vikings (Sun-Sentinel)

    EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) _ Out with the new, in with the old. With the passing offense sputtering in two losses to open the season, Minnesota coach Brad Childress decided the Vikings can no longer afford to let 25-year-old quarterback Tarvaris Jackson learn on the job.


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