Samson wants Marlins to play faster
JUPITER, Fla. -- The Miami Marlins needed barely two hours to win their 2013 season finale, in part because their pitcher threw a no-hitter.
That's one way to speed up the pace of play.
But the other games during Miami's last homestand were also low-scoring and tended to drag, with several taking around three hours.
That's too long, says team president David Samson. Win or lose, he wants the Marlins to do it faster this year.
"Pace of game is about our fans," ...
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