MIAMI (May 12, 2017) — FOX Sports Florida, the statewide television home of the Miami Marlins, will be premiering an all-new episode of “Marlins ClubHouse” tonight at 6 p.m. “Marlins ClubHouse” is a magazine-style show hosted by FOX Sports Florida analyst and former Marlins outfielder Preston Wilson.
Below is a rundown on Friday’s new episode:
— My Journey: A baseball diary of Marlins players and coaches journey to the big leagues. Infielder Derek Dietrich details his path from Parma, Ohio, to Miami.
— In the Community: The Miracle League of Miami-Dade is an inspiration for all of South Florida, providing children with special needs an opportunity to enjoy the thrills of playing baseball. Our Kelly Saco highlights this touching story.
— Fish Farm: Marlins outfield prospect Stone Garrett reflects on his winter ball experience playing down under for the Sydney Blue Sox.
— Future Phenoms: Alex Fernandez ended his career playing for the Marlins after Florida’s first World Series Championship. Presently, he runs a construction company by day and constructs champions on the high school diamond at night at Archbishop McCarthy. We catch up with Alex and meet a talented trio of senior players who are leading the Mavericks toward another possible state championship.
— ClubHouse Feature: FOX Sports Florida’s Jessica Blaylock hangs out with a pair of Marlins for a messy game of catch in Seattle where instead of baseballs. the guys try to catch high-flying fish at the world-famous Pike Place Market. Finally, Marlins veteran Martin Prado gets the “Marlins Moji” treatment from his teammates as the guys describe the team captain using only an emoji.
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