Mayor Carlos Gimenez and the Marlins are talking about removing “Homer,” the $2.5 million sculpture that whirs with moving dolphins and splashing fountains when the Marlins hit a home run.
Mayor Carlos Gimenez and the Marlins are talking about removing “Homer,” the $2.5 million sculpture that whirs with moving dolphins and splashing fountains when the Marlins hit a home run. Mike Ehrmann Getty Images
Mayor Carlos Gimenez and the Marlins are talking about removing “Homer,” the $2.5 million sculpture that whirs with moving dolphins and splashing fountains when the Marlins hit a home run. Mike Ehrmann Getty Images

Derek Jeter wants to evict the Marlins home run sculpture, and the mayor is helping.

January 16, 2018 01:21 PM

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