Logan Morrison Gives Hanley Ramirez a Piece of His Mind

Sources told Miami Hearld reporters Clark Spencer and Manny Navarro that Marlins outfielder Logan Morrison, whom earlier this month had choice words for club owner Jeffrey Loria over the dismissal of hitting coach John Mallee, lashed out at Hanley Ramirez, whose season wOBA currently stands at a paltry .278, for being “the last to stroll in before new manager Jack McKeon addressed the team for the first time on Monday.” Morrison reportedly speculated whether “his tardy behavior could be the reason why he is hitting just .200.”

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