Normally, of course, when a club wins the World Series, it inspires so much good will that it forges a generation of new permanent fans for a club. But, Wayne Huizenga’s fire sale in the wake of the 1997 win, which began with the trade of Moises Alou 22 years ago this week, poisoned Miami forever after. Mike and Bill look back on the Marlins early history, their incredible championship run, and their shameful selloff. Plus, happy birthday to Jimmy Dykes and Dan Petry!