What is it about expansion teams winning the World Series that brings out the worst in baseball owners? In 1997, the champagne corks were still damp in the Pro Player Stadium clubhouse when Florida Marlins owner Wayne Huizenga started chopping up his club for parts. It seemed an all-time record for baseball chutzpah—until last week, when the buzz from the Arizona Diamondbacks' thrilling battle with the Yankees was allowed to last all of 48 hours before baseball dropped its latest bombshell: a 28-2 vote of owners to wipe two ball clubs off the face of the map, effective before next... More >>>