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Today at 12:00 PM - May 28, 10:00 PM

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27MaySteve's Ride for the Red Cross 2019
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Today at 10:00 AM - May 31, 06:00 PM

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27MayHistoric Memorial Day Tour 2019
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Today at 09:30 AM - 12:30 pm

Miami City Cemetery

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21 hours ago The Splash Zone 5/26/19: Ryan Fitzpatrick Stands Out During Dolphins OTA’s
Welcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours. All eyes are on Josh Rosen as everyone hopes he finally leads the Dolphins to the promised land and becomes the franchise quarterback fans have been waiting for since Dan Marino. But Ryan Fitzpatrick may throw a wrench in the plans as the veteran is not going to go down without a fight. Fitzpatrick has the upper hand as he has been with the team a tad longer and has been part of a ton of offenses, while Rosen is just entering his second season. The quarterback battle is going to be an interesting one to watch, but a lot of us believe Rosen will win the job during the preseason. You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below. Report: Ryan Fitzpatrick stands out in Miami OTAs, so far – ProFootballTalkThe new-look Dolphins have a new coaching staff and new quarterbacks. During this year's OTAs, the new quarterbacks are looking better than last year's collection of throwers. Dolphins Offseason Miami Dolphins Named Pop Warner NFL Team Of The YearPop Warner Little Scholars, the nation’s oldest youth football, cheer and dance organization and the only one with established academic standards, will honor thousands of its young student-athletes at the 59th Annual All-American Scholars Banquet on Saturday, May 25th at the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront. 'This one's for pushups!' Miami Dolphins coach Brian Flores stokes competitive culture - Sports - The Palm Beach Post - West Palm Beach, FLDAVIE — "This one's for pushups!" Dolphins coach Brian Flores said.And soon, there were push-ups. As in, the entire defense did pushups after Miami's offense scored a red-zone touchdown during an organized team activitity practice last week. Phinsider News You May Have Missed Miami Dolphins News 5/24/19: Kenyan Drake Just Wants More Wins - The PhinsiderWelcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours. Phinsider Radio: DeVante Parker, Kenyan Drake vs Kalen Ballage, Josh Rosen vs Ryan Fitzpatrick, and much, much more! - The PhinsiderListen to this week’s episode of Phinsider Radio. Your ears will thank you! The Gase Race Heats Up In The Big Apple - The PhinsiderWell, that didn’t take long. Just four months after having been hired by the New York Jets to become their head coach, Adam Gase has won a stunning power struggle in New York and engineered the... NFL Free Agency 2019: Miami Dolphins meet with Connor Barwin as potential pass rush upgrade - The PhinsiderThe Miami Dolphins may say they have the pass rushers they need for the 2019 season, but it still seems like there is a giant question mark surrounding the defensive end/outside linebacker position... Biggest ‘What If’ in Dolphins history - The PhinsiderA couple of days ago, our old friend and former contributor to The Phinsider Ryan Yousefi posed at the Miami New Times an article looking at the "Five Biggest "What If’s" in Miami Sports History."...
FishStripes has new update
1 day ago Marlins extend losing streak to 2 games, after getting shutout 5-0
Sandy Alcántara ran into trouble in the fourth, while Miami's offense was nowhere to be found. The Marlins were shutout this afternoon in a 5-0 loss to the Nationals. Patrick Corbin pitched a complete game, and held the Fish to just four hits. Sandy Alcántara had an implosion inning, and the rest was history. Sandy Alcántara: 5 IP, 6 H, 4 ER, 2 BB, 2 K Patrick Corbin: 9 IP, 4 H, 0 ER, 1 BB,5 K The Fish and Nats started off today’s game quiet enough. The Fish had stranded singles in both the first and second inning. Harold Ramirez was able to extend his hitting streak to five games. Alcantara was moving through the Nats lineup without much issue. He had back to back 1-2-3 innings to start his afternoon. HIT STREAK EXTENDED @Marlins outfielder Harold Ramirez singles to right as he extends his hit streak to 5 games and gives the Marlins a runner on base!Watch all of the action live NOW on FOX Sports Florida and FOX Sports Go!#JuntosMiami #MLB pic.twitter.com/a9tRVijbbX— FOX Sports Florida (@FOXSportsFL) May 25, 2019 The first sign of trouble came in the third inning. Alcántara has been notoriously bad when it comes to the third inning. His earned run average for the third inning was at 12, and he had given up 19 hits. Victor Robles started the inning off with a double. Yan Gomes followed this up with a 5-pitch walk. Luckily for Alcántara, Corbin was up next. He was able to strike him out on 3 pitches. With only one out in the inning the Fish got Trea Turner to ground into a double play. ?? DOUBLE PLAY ??@Marlins get out of trouble again keeping it scoreless through three.#JuntosMiami #MLB pic.twitter.com/OI64seZmx5— FOX Sports Florida (@FOXSportsFL) May 25, 2019 Now that the trouble was behind him everything looked to be smooth sailing, or so we thought. The next inning turned into everything that the last inning could of been. The Nats started off the inning with two bloop singles. The Marlins caught Adam Eaton over-running second base, tagging him out in the process. But the Nats were far from done. This slide is a cheat code and proves that Soto is The Juan.#TheMatrix // #OnePursuit pic.twitter.com/55R5RnyIep— Washington Nationals (@Nationals) May 25, 2019 Juan Soto scored the first run with a single to right field. Matt Adams was walked next, and a wild pitch moved up the base runners to second and third. Brian Dozier then hit into a fielder’s choice to third baseman Brian Anderson. With Soto running home, Anderson's throw was wide left, allowing the run to score. Robles was then hit by a pitch that thankfully just grazed by his cheek. Gomes was next with the bases loaded. He swung at the first pitch sending it down the foul line past first base. The ball looked like it was going to be foul without a doubt, until it was not and all three runners reached home safely. That was a total of 5 runs in this one inning. Alcántara finished the inning, but the 5 runs were more than enough for the Nats. The Fish's bats were held in check by the Nats. Two of the four hits were by Ramirez. Miguel Rojas and Garrett Cooper had the other two hits. The Fish do not want to start an extended losing streak now. They will have ace Caleb Smith on the mound against Erick Fedde, game time 1:35. Marlins vs. Nationals box score (MLB.com) Fish Picks answer key Corbin Under Under Yes Nationals
The Phinsider: The SB Nation Miami Dolphins Blog has new update
1 day ago Phinsider Question Of The Day (W/ Live Thread, General Discussion) 05/24/2019
Tonights Phinsider Question Of The Day is how confident are you with Kenyan Drake as the teams starting and primary running back this season? Has he shown enough to carry the load or should the team still be looking around for a trade or a cap casualty or a late camp cut? Give us your thoughts below. As well as this almost nightly post serving as the Phinsider Question Of The Day post it will also serve as a live thread meaning that pretty much anything is up for discussion so long as you continue to follow all of the site rules. If you are, for whatever reason, not aware of or need a refresher of the sites rules please check the “library” tab under the “more” tab at the top of the front page. The page not only has all of the sites rules but also has a ton of good tips to make your blogging experience here much more enjoyable or at least more smooth.
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1 day ago Sandy Alcantara start falls apart in nightmare 4th inning
After cruising through three scoreless innings, Alcantara allowed five runs on four hits in the fourth. It was a total mess. Sandy Alcantara cruised along early in a start Saturday afternoon against the Washington Nationals at Nationals Park, tossing three shutout innings. The Marlins right-hander was coming off his first career complete game shutout last weekend versus the New York Mets, seemingly turning around his inconsistent 2019 campaign. However, the fourth frame Alcantara pitched in D.C. was one he’d rather forget. After surrendering back-to-back hits to Adam Eaton and Anthony Rendon, 20-year-old sensation Juan Soto came through with an RBI single to right. Moments later, Soto beat the tag at home plate, after Brian Anderson threw the baseball high to Bryan Holaday, extending the Nationals’ lead to 2-0. Your browser does not support HTML5 video. With the bases filled and one out, Yan Gomes’ double blew open the game, as Washington expanded its lead to 5-0. Your browser does not support HTML5 video. Some bad luck for Alcantara on that bases-clearing hit—measured by Statcast at a 55.5 mph exit velocity and five-degree launch angle, similar batted balls in previous MLB games have produced a .090 batting average. That being said, he has only himself to blame for getting into the jam in the first place, which included a dangerously high fastball that grazed Victor Robles in the cheek. Alcantara would last five total innings on Saturday, tossing 82 pitches. His overall ERA increased to 4.50.

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Bougainvillea's Old Florida Tavern

7221 SW 58 Ave. , South Miami Fl, 33143
Play-YA Mondays - $2 Bud Light and $5 Jager. Beer Pong, Old School Nintendo games, board games and more! FREE Power Pizza for all customers!

Foxhole

1218 14th Ct , Miami Beach FL, 33139
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690 SW 1ST CT , Miami FL, 33130
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