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Will Wayne Huizenga really lose $30 million this year on the Florida Marlins? Since Huizenga won't show his books to the public, no one can say for sure.
But even the magazine that says the Marlins operating income was in the black last year acknowledges that the team could be losing big bucks.
Financial World estimates that the Marlins last season turned an operating income of $2.8 million on revenue of $55.8 million. The magazine's numbers don't include depreciation, amortization of player costs or interest expenses, said deputy editor Michael Ozanian, which could make its estimate of operating income rosier than Huizenga's actual net income.