For two years, the Florida Marlins have been committed to operating amajor league team on a shoestring budget, squeezing as much as possibleout of one of the lowest player payrolls in baseball.

In that environment, no revenue-producing stone goes unturned. Lastweek, the team sued its insurance carrier, Lloyd’s of London, over adisability policy the Marlins took out on former infielder BobbyBonilla.

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