Jeff Loria has given baseball fans plenty of reason to revile him during his time as owner of the Miami Marlins. His latest managerial musical chairs moves certainly have not helped him to change this fact.
It has been two weeks since the Miami Marlins shocked the baseball world by firing their manager and replacing him with their current general manager, Dan Jennings. So far, it has been the disaster that other managers may have secretly been rooting for.
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The move was shocking because unlike other sports, there is typically a very clear line between the manager and the front office in Major League Baseball. Rarely does one person try to be both the coach and the person in charge of player personnel…