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Planet Money's Jacob Goldstein Joins Pushkin Industries Team
Veteran journalist, writer, and podcast host Jacob Goldstein joins Pushkin Industries as Executive Producer.
Offishial news: Roberto Clemente Day; injury updates
High-A Beloit at Lake County, 12:00 p.m.
FCL Marlins vs. FCL Nationals, 12:00 p.m.
Low-A Jupiter at St. Lucie, 12:10 p.m.
Triple-A Jacksonville at Norfolk, 7:05 p.m.
Dolphins place DT Raekwon Davis on injured reserve, will miss at least next three games
The Dolphins have placed defensive tackle Raekwon Davis on injured reserve, the team announced Tuesday, sidelining him for at least the next three games.
What a catch: fans use American flag to save cat who fell from football stadium's upper deck
It was the most breathtaking moment of the Sept. 11 football game between the Miami Hurricanes and the Appalachian State Mountaineers, and it didn't even happen on the field.
The Marlins need to be prepared to let people go
The Marlins are trying to put themselves in a good position to compete in the upcoming seasons.
Heat sign summer league players Potter, Smart, Smith
With Labor Day behind us, the NBA season is gearing up. The Miami Heat will begin training camp Sept. 28. And that means some rookies will compete for a two-way roster spot.
Brian Anderson To Undergo Shoulder Surgery
Marlins third baseman Brian Anderson will undergo surgery next week to repair a subluxation in his left shoulder, the team informed reporters ( including Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald).
Igor Oistrakh, Soviet-Era Violinist (and a Son of One), Dies at 90
His father, David, was one of the 20th-century's finest violinists, but Igor more than held his own as a musician and interpreter performing throughout the West.
The Heat kept Tyler Herro under contract. Will he remain in Miami?
Anthony Chiang of the Miami Herald reported Friday that the Miami Heat picked up the fourth-year option on Tyler Herro's contract.
FL Altered How It Measured COVID Deaths, Making It Look Like They Were Declining
The Florida Department of Health (DOH) has changed the way it reports deaths from coronavirus in the state to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), a move that some have said gives the false appearance of a decline in pandemic-related deaths.