Found February 26, 2013 on FOXSports.com:
PLAYERS: Jeffrey Loria
TEAMS: Miami Marlins
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A cluster of media stood outside the Miami Marlins clubhouse, awaiting the arrival of owner Jeffrey Loria, when outfielder Bryan Petersen walked past.
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