Patrick Reusse: Brandon Kintzler's tale of resurrection grows with Miami Marlins

The Rittenhouse in Philadelphia is promoted as being a five-star hotel. The rooms shown in advertising images appear as if they would be a nice place for a return, after a day on the town, or a night at the ballpark.That outlook seems to change when you are there for a week with orders not to leave the room.“We were allowed to go downstairs to get food, which wasn’t that good,” Miami Marlins pitcher Brandon Kintzler said. “That was it. I was going crazy by the third day. The windows were bolted shut, so you couldn’t get any fresh air.“We couldn’t work out. I would check to see if the hallway w…

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