Marlins Bring Fans Back Baseball is as hot as ever in South Florida these days; the scrappy Florida Marlins are tied 2-2 with the New York Yankees in the World Series. But big crowds and enthusiasm haven't always been lavished on the Marlins franchise. NPR's Tom Goldman reports.
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Baseball is as hot as ever in South Florida these days; the scrappy Florida Marlins are tied 2-2 with the New York Yankees in the World Series. But big crowds and enthusiasm haven't always been lavished on the Marlins franchise. NPR's Tom Goldman reports.