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Report: Creditors Nipping at Marlins '97 World Series Hero Livan Hernandez

"I love you Miami?"

For Livan Hernandez, maybe not so much anymore.


According to a Detroit News blogger's report, Hernandez -- the Marlins' 97 World Series MVP -- is facing foreclosure on his $1.3 million Miami home. The report also details other lawsuits directed at Hernandez and his financial issues. Hard to believe that Hernandez could be in this much trouble, considering he's made $50 million in baseball salary since he broke onto the scene in '97.

Hernandez, now in the twilight of his career, spent the latter part of last season with the Nationals.

Here's the report: http://apps.detnews.com/apps/blogs/taxingdetroitblog/index.php