“There is no plan to sell,” Miami owner denies media reports

Bruce Sherman, owner of the Miami Marlins, denied the possibility of a sale raised by the press.

Local media such as the ‘Miami Herald’ reported on the 25th (Korean time) the position of owner Sherman on the ‘LA Times’ report that the Marlins could be sold soon.

Previously, the LA Times, citing unnamed sources, referred to Miami as a “soon-to-be-sold team” along with the Baltimore Orioles.

To begin with, he denied the possibility of a sale. “The Miami Marlins are not for sale,” Sherman said. While I owned the club, it was not subject to sale, and it will not be for as long as I am alive,” claiming the LA Times’ report as “irresponsible reporting.”

“It has been and always will be a great privilege to own this great club,” he said. We want to see our loyal fans at the opening match on March 30,” he added. 스포츠토토

Sherman bought the Marlins ahead of the 2018 season. He has since gone on to record a record of 287 wins and 420 losses. In the aftermath of the novel coronavirus infection (Corona 19) pandemic, it was the only one to advance to the postseason in 2020, when a 60-game shortened season was held.

This offseason, he is serious about strengthening his power. Through a trade with the Minnesota Twins, they acquired Luis Araez, who ranked first in batting average in the American League last season, and veterans such as infielder Gene Segura and right-hander Johnny Cueto.

Prior to this, the team’s ace Sandy Alcantara extended a five-year contract for $56 million, and Abizail Garcia and Jorge Solaire also agreed to multi-year contracts. As of opening day, the total annual salary is expected to be $90.35 million. It’s below league average, but it’s set to be the fourth-highest in club history.

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