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Mark Brown/Getty ImagesLast offseason [url=][/url ] , Derek Jeter helped strip the Miami Marlins roster of its best players. Now, he's going after the most identifiable feature of Marlins Park.The Miami Herald's Douglas Hanks reported Tuesday the Marlins received approval fromMiami-Dade County(Florida) to remove the team's home run sculpture from center field. The sculpture will instead sit outside the stadium.Some are sad to see the unique piece go:Jesse Spector jessespectorWhen do you think was the precise moment Derek Jeter started hating fun? Was it when he made the stands catch against the Red Sox?Andy Martino martinonycThis sculpture is a work of art by Red Grooms. Beauty is subjective but to discard this work is so small-minded. Baseball is middle school, and Grooms鈥?work was deemed uncool. Art dealer Jeffrey Loria, for his flaws, knew what he was doing here. Ugh ugh ugh IKO5Fg633YJon Heyman JonHeymanagree with martinonyc 100 percent. what jeter knows about art couldnt fill a thimble. jeffrey loria may not have been a great mlb owner but he knew art. and he knew Miami. lrkyaxjR79The sculpture's days were numbered as soon as Jeter and his ownership group took control of the Marlins from Jeffrey Loria."I just don't think they're all that crazy about it [url=]Jeff Mathis Jersey[/url] ," Miami-Dade County MayorCarlos Gimenez said in January regarding the group's attitudes toward the artwork, per Hanks. "I'm not a fan. We're looking at it. ... We'll see if anything can be done."It's too bad the Marlins are doing away with what was one of the trademark features of its stadium. The sculpture wasn't to everybody's tastes, but it helped Marlins Park stand out.On the plus side, the Marlins ranked last in home runs and attendance. More people might actually get to enjoy the home run sculpture once it's outside the ballpark. LOS ANGELES (AP) — Clayton Kershaw and the Los Angeles Dodgers want some more time to consider their possible future together.The three-time NL Cy Young Award winner and the team agreed to extend the deadline on his opt-out decision by 40 hours until 1 p.m. PDT Friday.The team made the announcement a couple hours before the initial 9 p.m. PDT deadline Thursday.Kershaw can opt out of the last two years and $65 million of his contract to become a free agent for the first time in an 11-year big league career spent entirely with the Dodgers. They drafted him in 2006.If he opts out, he could negotiate with any team [url=][/url ] , including the Dodgers.He signed a $215 million, seven-year contract in January 2014 that calls for salaries of $32 million next year and $33 million in 2020.Kershaw was 9-5 with a 2.73 ERA this season.At 30, he remains one of baseball’s premier pitchers. But the left-handed ace had two separate stints on the disabled list for the fourth time in five years this season, and his fastball velocity has decreased.Despite all of his individual accolades, the seven-time All-Star has yet to win a World Series. The Dodgers lost in the Fall Classic for the second straight year [url=]Babe Ruth Jersey[/url] , falling 4-1 to Boston on Sunday.Kershaw lost Games 1 and 5 against the Red Sox, and he is 9-10 with a 4.32 in the postseason in his career, including 1-4 with a 6.06 ERA in elimination games. He is 153-69 record with a 2.39 ERA during the regular season.
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