Split 2-2, city commissioners to reconvene with fifth memberBy Alden Gonzalez / MLB.comMIAMI -- As if the Marlins hadn't already gone through enough hurdles with their proposal for a new stadium in 2012, Friday's appearance before the Miami City Commission gave them at least one more.At a stage the Marlins figured to get past in the morning before facing the county in the afternoon -- where they would need nine of 13 votes to finally have approval -- the stadium deal went on its biggest roller-coaster ride yet.Close to eight hours, one climax-building motion and two recesses later, the two sides decided to continue their meeting on March 12 at 9 a.m. ET, rather than kill the deal after the final roll call ended at 2-2 -- with the Marlins needing three out of four for approval."I do not...

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