Miami Marlins third baseman Martin Prado poses for a photo with the July honorees of the Very Prado You student athlete (baseball/softball) program in conjunction with the Miami Herald and the Marlins. Kaitlyn Perdomo (Saint Louis Covenant School), Nathan Betz (Calvary Christian Academy), Noah Cantor (North Beach Elementary School), Ayron Diaz (West Hialeah Gardens Elementary School), and Nicholas Pavlou (Herbert A. Ammons Middle School) were recognized for their academics and sportsmanship at a ceremony behind home plate before the Marlins game against the Philadelphia Phillies at Marlins Park. Prado provided an autographed certificate of achievement, four game tickets, food and beverage, parking, and a Very Prado You T-shirt. The honorees also attended batting practice.
Miami Marlins third baseman Martin Prado poses for a photo with the July honorees of the Very Prado You student athlete (baseball/softball) program in conjunction with the Miami Herald and the Marlins. Kaitlyn Perdomo (Saint Louis Covenant School), Nathan Betz (Calvary Christian Academy), Noah Cantor (North Beach Elementary School), Ayron Diaz (West Hialeah Gardens Elementary School), and Nicholas Pavlou (Herbert A. Ammons Middle School) were recognized for their academics and sportsmanship at a ceremony behind home plate before the Marlins game against the Philadelphia Phillies at Marlins Park. Prado provided an autographed certificate of achievement, four game tickets, food and beverage, parking, and a Very Prado You T-shirt. The honorees also attended batting practice. Photo By Jim Varsallone
Miami Marlins third baseman Martin Prado poses for a photo with the July honorees of the Very Prado You student athlete (baseball/softball) program in conjunction with the Miami Herald and the Marlins. Kaitlyn Perdomo (Saint Louis Covenant School), Nathan Betz (Calvary Christian Academy), Noah Cantor (North Beach Elementary School), Ayron Diaz (West Hialeah Gardens Elementary School), and Nicholas Pavlou (Herbert A. Ammons Middle School) were recognized for their academics and sportsmanship at a ceremony behind home plate before the Marlins game against the Philadelphia Phillies at Marlins Park. Prado provided an autographed certificate of achievement, four game tickets, food and beverage, parking, and a Very Prado You T-shirt. The honorees also attended batting practice. Photo By Jim Varsallone

Very Prado You: Marlins, Prado honor student athletes for July

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