It’s Double A baseball at Major League prices in Miami, writes the Herald’s Barry Jackson.

If you are a Marlins season-ticket holder irate over the team’s latest dismantling, which likely concluded with Wednesday’s trade of Juan Pierre to the Cubs, you can call talk radio and spew invective, you can tear up your poster of the 2003 World Champions, you can even stick pins in a Billy the Marlin doll.

What you can’t do is get your money back.

The team said this week it will not grant refunds to season-ticket holders — a position that put already fuming fans in an even fouler mood.

The Marlins also won’t reverse an earlier decision to raise single-game ticket prices for next season. (Prices will be announced soon.) Season-ticket prices also have increased for some seats.

Detroit has signed P Kenny Rogers to a two-year, $16 million contract.

Catcher Ramon Hernandez, most recently of San Diego, has reached terms with Baltimore on a four year, $27.5 million pact.