Marlins' Loria Can't Stay Out of the Way

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JUPITER, Fla. -- The focus should be on the players, Jeffrey Loria said Tuesday.

So he held a press conference.

"It would be nice if there was some positive," Loria said.

So he chose this week to finally return to public view.

He just doesn't get it, does he? He's no more in touch with reality than he was three springs back, when he declared the Marlins should make the playoffs -- with a team that ultimately couldn't even win more games than it lost.

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