2018 MLB Predictions, News, Notes, and Odds: Jeter looking to rebuild Miami Marlins

Written and authored by Major League Baseball Expert Analyst Al Presto. Charliessports.com produces it for MLB Betting news and notes.

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Teams are heading to spring training as the 2018 Major League Baseball season is right around the corner.

Former New York Yankees shortstop is looking forward to the next chapter, and he’s putting everything on the line as the CEO of the Miami Marlins.

After eighteen years of and a World Series title, former owner Jeffrey Loria unloaded the Miami Marlins for a healthy profit. Many in South Florida believe he ran a con job in the City of Miami and they are right.

What they don’t understand is city commissioners were willing participants in the growing culture in one of the fastest growing cities in America.

Marins Park cost the city plenty in taxpayer dollars, and the product is average at best.

Enter Jeter and the group led by Bruce Sherman who bought the franchise and unloaded high salaries which threw fans into a rage of anger.

Loria brung a World Championship to the area, ripped off the city, and then dumped the team, it’s the American way, morally or not it’s how it is. Sherman and Jeter will do the same thing if the price is right.

Slugger Giancarlo Stanton is now a member of the New York Yankees, and a cast of others are also on new teams.

Jeter is a hall of fame player, but the jury is still out on how well he’ll do in the front office.

The organization suffered a major setback a few years ago when All-Star pitcher and fan favorite Jose Fernandez died in a boating accident. The tragedy is still felt in the mostly Cuban immigrant community in South Florida.

Forward to the 2018 MLB season, the Miami Marlins are predicted to finish near the bottom of the standings in the National League.

However, Jeter is optimistic as ever telling local media we haven’t played a game so far os in his mind we are in the playoff race.

Miami is taking the blueprint from the Houston Astros organization, starting from the bottom by developing players in the minor league system.
It happened before under the leadership of Jim Leyland in 1997 and Jack McKeon in 2003 with virtually unknown players.

After winning World series in those years, management dismantled the roster each time which again left fans feeling slighted. Miami is known as the “MAGIC CITY” and who knows how a group of young, hungry players will perform without pressure.

Jeter believes in discipline and players will do it his way or hit the road.

Many think Jose Fernandez would still be alive if a set of team rule were in place. What was he doing out late at night when the team was going to take the field early the next day.

Jeter understands what it takes to win and will do anything to produce.

Who knows what he has up his sleeve but people with his DNA are nearly unstoppable and will work tirelessly to get the job done in any fashion.

Bovada.Lv, list the 2018 Miami Marlins at 80 to 1 to win the World Series.

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