This is what David Samson really thinks of the people of Miami and all of the loyal fans who have supported the Marlins since the beginning. You won't see Joe Frisaro reporting on this kiddies.
SAD DAY FOR THE MARLINS!!!
I think it's amazing how candid he was. I think it wasn't the best decision he could make. The team has been nothing but positive right now. Adding a negative light now is just awful.
Samson has always been an arrogant crude troll. He's shown nothing but contempt for the Marlins fans from the beginning. Several years ago at Fan Fest, he addressed long-time ticket owners and told them that they had never heard of the Marlins before he and Loria got here.
With the way they've backloaded some of these contracts, I'm hoping they plan to sell the team at the end of 2012. The team has to be more attractive and more valuable now that Loria and Samson conned the politicians in Miami-Dade out of the $600M for a stadium. If that happens, Loria could set his sites on his real goal - owning the Mets, who should be for sale after this season because of the Madoff mess.
Or they may be planning to do yet another fire sale after the season. Nothing would surprise me with these clowns.
The sad thing is that despite how awful Loria and Samson are, they're the best Marlin owners we've ever had.
So your logic is that it's fine because he got away with it. Samson is an awful human being (if you can even call him one), and he deserves nothing but the worst in life.
looks like he was misquoted. http://miami.cbslocal.com/video/6823562-samsons-tale-of-the-tape/#.T1oeMndaIwR.email
expect a correction from the miami today. not from anyone else like the herald because they are a bunch of divisive tabloid journalists.
i was at all three games there. didn't have a single problem parking. the Herald, not surprising, misrepresented exactly how difficult it was to park...how far you have to walk...etc. There were certainly kinks but that is why you have soft openings. Did you go to one of those games and have a problem? In all seriousness I would like to know about it. I have a friend that works at the Parking Authority - they have the unfortunate task of managing that parking even though the Marlins/City owns the garages - and he is determined to make the parking experience as smooth as possible.
I am going to post a thread asking- thanks for giving me the idea.