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Marlins Update: March 1st
- Updated: March 1, 2012
Former Miami Sound Machine member, music producer, and Mr. Gloria Estefan, Emilio Estefan was chosen by Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria to produce the Opening Night festivities at Marlins Park. Estefan’s first matter of business was naming Jose Feliciano as his choice to sing the inaugural National Anthem at the park.
In other Marlins News :
- “MARLINSANITY!” New Miami Marlins’ manager, Ozzie Guillen and shortstop, Jose Reyes made the cover of this weeks’ Sports Illustrated. Click Here to read more.
- “The Petey & LoMo Show” Marlins’ outfielders, Logan Morrison and Bryan Petersen are starting their own youtube show, called “The Petey & LoMo Show.” Their show pitch? Two big leaguers with a common goal: Trying to conquer boredom, while away from the field, during spring training.
- “Mike is now Giancarlo” The Miami Marlins’ right fielder, Mike Stanton wants to be called by his true, given name Giancarlo, his full name being Giancarlo Cruz Michael Stanton. Click Here to read more about Giancarlo “Mike” Stanton.
- “¿Lo Viste?” Last year, Emilio Bonifacio and Omar Infante created “¿Lo Viste?” which in English means… Did you see that? “Every time we do something good, we came up with that,” says Bonifacio on his newly coined term. So keep your eyes peeled Marlins’ fans, every time Bonifacio or Infante put two fingers over one eye after making an amazing play, they are asking each other and you in the stands or at home, “Did you see that?” or “¿Lo Viste?”