(Photo+Video) MLB Superstar Jose Fernandez Dies In Tragic Accident

Miami Marlins ace Jose Fernandez was killed in a boating accident Sunday morning. The Baseball world is in shock and saddened, wishing that it was all a nightmare. Fernandez and two friends were on a speed boat, when they crashed into rocks. The Florida Wildlife Commission confirmed that Fernandez died because of the impact of the crash, he did not drown. Fernandez, whom was not only not afraid of water, he was familiar with it as he came to the US from Cuba by sea.

(Photo) MLB: Lil Wayne Says He Needs Season Tix For Miami Marlins After They Hire Don Mattingly As Manager

The Miami Marlins hired a new manager yesterday and in the process gained a new, famous fan. The Marlins hired former Dodgers manager and Yankees great, Don Mattingly, to manage their team for hopefully at least the next four seasons. Apparently that made Lil Wayne very happy.

(Video) MLB: Eww, GROSS! Fan Caught Wiping Armpit at Game Then Making Friend Smell His Hand

This is just gross.  SMH.  Some guy at the National/Marlins game decided to wipe his armpit with his bare hand, then smell it himself, then decided to share that odor with the person sitting next to him.  What the f*ck?!  I would have punched him in the face. Lol.  C’mon son. Check it out…

(Video) MLB: LOL, Whoops! Dad Goes After Baseball, Watch What Happens To Baby in Stroller

I’m pretty sure this guy is in trouble with his wife.  A fan at the Marlins-Mets exhibition game got a little too excited about trying to catch a ball.  He went for the grab —- and left his baby boy in a wagon as it rolled down a hill.   But hey — there is a bright side — you made SportsCenter!  Lol.  Check it out…

(GIF) MLB: Topless Fan Jiggles Breasts Behind Home Plate

Well this is different (for lack of words).  Why is this fan doing this?! LMAO. SMH.  Gotta slow down with the alcohol people! Check it out…

MLB: Blue Jays & Marlins Agree To Blockbuster Trade!

The Miami Marlins and Toronto Blue Jays have agreed to a multiple-player trade that would send shortstop Jose Reyes and pitcher Josh Johnson to Toronto, sources told ESPN. Also going to Toronto would be pitcher Mark Buehrle, catcher John Buck and infielder-outfielder Emilio Bonifacio. GameTimeGirl

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