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Plan to Move Home-Run Sculpture to Miami’s Museum Park is Dead

The proposed plan to move the home-run sculpture Derek Jeter doesn’t want in Marlins Park to Miami’s Museum Park is dead.  But, that doesn’t mean the sculpture is safe from relocation.  Read more here.

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Marlins Park Legal Drama Begins Today

A Thursday morning hearing will serve as the opening act of a legal drama between Jeffrey Loria, former owner of the Miami Marlins, Derek Jeter, a current owner, and Miami-Dade County, longtime owner of the team’s ballpark.  Read more here.   Meanwhile, the drama over the home-run sculpture continues.  Read more here.

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Jeter Wants Home Run Sculpture Removed

Derek Jeter may get an assist from Miami-Dade in ridding Marlins Park of its kitschy home run sculpture, which the new owner and the county’s mayor both want removed.  Read more here.

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Could Marlins’ Home Run Sculpture be Removed Under New Ownership?

Jeffrey Loria has reportedly agreed to sell the Miami Marlins to a group fronted by former New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter.  With the smoke clearing, more information about the new group and its plans are surfacing, including the possibility that the mechanical home run sculpture in left-center field could be removed.  Read more here.

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Marlins Gaudy New Home Run Sculpture Coming Together

Despite the many critics (we have our own opinion), pop Artist Red Grooms continues to work on his mechanical, carnival-like home run sculpture that will take up residence beyond the centerfield wall at the new ballpark for the Miami Marlins.  Read more here.  FYI:  We have tentative plans to be in Miami for opening day, so we’ll take plenty of ballpark photos to share with everyone.  Stay tuned.

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