MIAMI (AP) — Derek Jeter says the Miami Marlins’ performance, attendance and business operations have been a problem.
Shadows at Marlins Park don’t bother him, however.
Speaking to the media Friday for the first time since the season began, Jeter said he’s unhappy with the team’s awful start and confirmed a recent shake-up on the organization’s business side.
However, the Marlins CEO and former New York Yankees shortstop shrugged off complaints by the Washington Nationals that visibility was dangerously poor at a recent 1 p.m. game at Marlins Park with the retractable roof open.
Jeter said Marlins players haven’t raised the issue with him.