TOP HONOREES: Miami Marlins outfielder Christian Yelich (left) and Billy the Marlin (right) congratulate Charles Calli (Doctors Charter School), Damani Downs (Maddie Ives Elementary School), Connor Goodman (Miami Country Day School), Mason Koczwara (Ruth K. Broad Bay Harbor K-8 Center) and Sofia Rodriguez (Springview Elementary School) during a ceremony for them as the June honorees of the Miami Marlins/Miami Herald Team Player Program at Marlins Park. These standout student athletes were recognized for their academics, community involvement and sportsmanship, before the Marlins game against the St. Louis Cardinals.
TOP HONOREES: Miami Marlins outfielder Christian Yelich (left) and Billy the Marlin (right) congratulate Charles Calli (Doctors Charter School), Damani Downs (Maddie Ives Elementary School), Connor Goodman (Miami Country Day School), Mason Koczwara (Ruth K. Broad Bay Harbor K-8 Center) and Sofia Rodriguez (Springview Elementary School) during a ceremony for them as the June honorees of the Miami Marlins/Miami Herald Team Player Program at Marlins Park. These standout student athletes were recognized for their academics, community involvement and sportsmanship, before the Marlins game against the St. Louis Cardinals. Photo By Jim Varsallone
TOP HONOREES: Miami Marlins outfielder Christian Yelich (left) and Billy the Marlin (right) congratulate Charles Calli (Doctors Charter School), Damani Downs (Maddie Ives Elementary School), Connor Goodman (Miami Country Day School), Mason Koczwara (Ruth K. Broad Bay Harbor K-8 Center) and Sofia Rodriguez (Springview Elementary School) during a ceremony for them as the June honorees of the Miami Marlins/Miami Herald Team Player Program at Marlins Park. These standout student athletes were recognized for their academics, community involvement and sportsmanship, before the Marlins game against the St. Louis Cardinals. Photo By Jim Varsallone

Christian Yelich, Miami Marlins honor student athletes at Marlins Park

July 19, 2015 12:15 AM

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