Armando Salguero

April 9, 2013 12:01 AM

Armando Salguero: Miami Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria can’t be trusted

The snake oil salesman of an owner apparently didn’t want to sample his own concoction up close so he skipped out on watching the Marlins’ home opener from his usual elitist perch next to the home dugout Monday evening.

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About Armando Salguero

Armando Salguero

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Armando Salguero has covered South Florida sports since 1982. He's covered the Dolphins since 1990. He is a Pro Football Hall of Fame selector and annually votes on the Associated Press All-Pro team. He has worked nationally for ESPN and also writes general sports columns for the Miami Herald.

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