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A public relations firm representing Betcris.com, a sports book casino and poker room, distributed a news release Friday indicating the company's willingness to bridge the Marlins' stadium funding gap by offering a lucrative contract for naming rights to the proposed new ballpark.

Betcris.com might contact Major League Baseball to arrange a meeting.

The Marlins declined comment.

MLB president Robert DuPuy indicated in a May 12 letter to local politicians that the stadium project needs an additional $45 million in funding, including $15 million in land acquisition near the Orange Bowl.

This sounds like a company just wanting to get some attention.

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STADIUM PITCH

A public relations firm representing Betcris.com, a sports book casino and poker room, distributed a news release Friday indicating the company's willingness to bridge the Marlins' stadium funding gap by offering a lucrative contract for naming rights to the proposed new ballpark.

Betcris.com might contact Major League Baseball to arrange a meeting.

The Marlins declined comment.

MLB president Robert DuPuy indicated in a May 12 letter to local politicians that the stadium project needs an additional $45 million in funding, including $15 million in land acquisition near the Orange Bowl.

This sounds like a company just wanting to get some attention.

Betting and baseball. Don't think ol' Selig is going to like this association.

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STADIUM PITCH

A public relations firm representing Betcris.com, a sports book casino and poker room, distributed a news release Friday indicating the company's willingness to bridge the Marlins' stadium funding gap by offering a lucrative contract for naming rights to the proposed new ballpark.

Betcris.com might contact Major League Baseball to arrange a meeting.

The Marlins declined comment.

MLB president Robert DuPuy indicated in a May 12 letter to local politicians that the stadium project needs an additional $45 million in funding, including $15 million in land acquisition near the Orange Bowl.

This sounds like a company just wanting to get some attention.

Betting and baseball. Don't think ol' Selig is going to like this association.

What is the other option? Move them to Las Vegas? :grin:

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