Found March 14, 2012 on Larry Brown Sports:
PLAYERS: Gaby Sanchez
TEAMS: Miami Marlins
Those of you who have had a chance to view pictures or video of the Marlins new amusement park stadium know that there is a lot going on there. Most notably, the Miami ballpark features an obnoxious structure in center field that will whirl and twirl when someone from the home team hits a homer. The park also boasts 40 feet of aquariums where a backstop should be. As expected, the fish-filled aquariums are raising concerns for the Animal Rights foundation. The way the Marlins are testing the durability of the tank glass probably won’t put their minds at ease. According to the New Times Broward-Palm Beach, the Marlins say they tested the glass on the tank by having first baseman Gaby Sanchez fire baseballs at it. He was reportedly clocked at 84 mph. While Mat Roy of Living Color Aquariums — the company that designed the structure — insists the tank is insulated from stadium vibration and protected from heat, Don Anthony of the Animal Rights Foundation of Florida does not sound amused...

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1st Known Miami Marlins Baseball Hat Robbery In Connecticut!

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Miami Marlins Theme Song

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Arms Continue Dominance

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Hellickson yields three runs in loss to Marlins

PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla. (AP) -- Anibal Sanchez was dominant in his spring debut, striking out four in two scoreless innings and leading the Miami Marlins to a 4-2 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays on Wednesday. The right-hander, whose debut had been pushed back due to soreness in the back side of his right shoulder, allowed two hits. Jeremy Hellickson, making his second spring start...

Braves 2, Marlins 2(10)

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