Could Loria be the Worst Owner in Sports?

“Now that the 2013 baseball season is under way, let’s take a moment to commemorate the first anniversary of one of the biggest shakedowns in the history of the game — and the con artist who pulled it off: Jeffrey Loria.” - Jonathon Mahler

Jonathan Mahler is a sports columnist for Bloomberg View. He is the author of the best-selling “Ladies and Gentlemen, the Bronx Is Burning,” the basis for the eight-part ESPN mini-series. He is also a longtime contributor to the New York Times Magazine and the Times Book Review, Mahler has written for numerous other publications including the Washington Post, Slate, the New Republic and New York magazine.

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3 comments on “Could Loria be the Worst Owner in Sports?
  1. Loria Loather says:

    Oldie but goodie: In popularity poll, Miami Marlins’ Jeffrey Loria ekes out a win over Fidel Castro (

    New sadness: Marlins’ Terrible Home-Run Sculpture Cost More Than Most of Their Roster (

  2. JB says:

    He sold our expos to Washington and will likely do the same to the Marlins. Isn’t paid more than the whole team together? This guy is a scam!

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