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Marlins jog, Stanton hits, Loria talks (videos)

   JUPITER -- Ozzie Guillen addressed the club in a 30-minute, closed-door speech this morning, after which the Marlins hit the back fields at Roger Dean Stadium for their first full-squad workout of spring training under a gray sky.

   Jeffrey Loria spoke with reporters as he's done on this day in each of his 11 spring trainings as Marlins owner. I asked how long he intends to maintain ownership of the Marlins. His response: "As long as I live. I love this team"

    Only newsworthy event of the first workout was Chris Coghlan being hit in his right elbow by a Jose Alvarez pitch during live batting practice. Coghlan ended his hitting session and was taken to the training room, but said later he should be OK.

    Marlins hit the field for first full-squad workout

   Loria talks to media

Stanton faces live pitching 

Mike Stanton faces live pitching

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mfan

let's hope for a fatal accident

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