Things you maybe didn’t know about Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria: in 1968 he wrote a book drawing life lessons from the Peanuts comic strip. You can see the book jacket here. I actually own the book second-hand and have read it, although I can’t seem to locate my copy at the moment. It’s typical of the genre, philosophical but not deeply so, and painfully earnest in its approach; you would probably only enjoy reading it if you’re a serious Peanuts afficionado, as I was at one time (as a kid I read nearly all the strips going back to 1952 as well as a biography of Charles Schultz). Of course, I also found it a bit amusing for the time-capsule nature of a book commenting on life in 1968.