Maria Hernandez, 9, swings at a ball pitched by her father, Lazaro, in 2013, near the tot lot at at Prince Field.
Maria Hernandez, 9, swings at a ball pitched by her father, Lazaro, in 2013, near the tot lot at at Prince Field. Theo Karantsalis For the Miami Herald
Maria Hernandez, 9, swings at a ball pitched by her father, Lazaro, in 2013, near the tot lot at at Prince Field. Theo Karantsalis For the Miami Herald

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