Jeter, Bush join forces in bid to buy Marlins

Jeter, Bush join forces in bid to buy Marlins

Jeter, Bush join forces in bid to buy Marlins

News of Jeter and Bush's bid to buy the Marlins has been confirmed by the Associated Press.

Jeb Bush and retired New York Yankees star Derek Jeter have joined forces in their bid to buy the Miami Marlins, according to published reports.

Rothbaum, Jeter and Bush's top competition, has been a biotech investor for 25 years and founded Quogue Capital LLC in 2002, according to Bloomberg.

"The ultimate goal is on the ownership side, but not right now", Jeter, 42, said in November.

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Jeter has expressed interest in owning an Major League Baseball team for years - and has even gotten the blessing of the Steinbrenner family.

Jeb's older brother and former president George W. Bush was a part owner of the Texas Rangers from 1988 to 1998.

During the Marlins home opener, team President David Samson he would not address any prospective buyers. He said owner Jeffrey Loria, 76, might sell before the end of the season - or not at all.

"That will be odd". "But there is life after baseball, and sometimes the opportunity that presents itself is not always necessarily where you played".

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