Found November 11, 2011 on Fox Sports Florida:
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MIAMI -- The Miami Marlins unveiled their new uniforms Friday night. They'd love to fill them with some superstars. Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria confirmed that a trio of top free agents, first baseman Albert Pujols, shortstop Jose Reyes and left-handed starting pitcher Mark Buehrle, visited with the team this week. Pujols, the hottest free agent on the market, toured Miami's new stadium during the day Friday. "He's terrific," Loria said about Pujols after a gala event at the stadium in which the team was official remained from Florida Marlins, the new logo was introduced and the new uniforms were modeled by current players. "I can only tell you that he loves the stadium. He liked being here. He loves the flavor of Miami as I do and everybody else here does. And we're hopeful that some of these deals will happen." The Marlins have made offers to all three players. However, dollar amounts are uncertain. Loria emphasized these are different days f...
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