Miami Marlins reliever Bryan Morris and Billy the Marlin congratulate Javen Harris (Florida International Academy), Rocco Nappi (Pembroke Pines Charter Middle School), Francisco Soto (St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic School), Adrien J. Reina (Our Lady of the Holy Rosary-St. Richard School) and David Tamen (North Beach Elementary School) for being for the July honorees of the Miami Marlins/Miami Herald Team Player Program. The standouts were recognized during a ceremony before the Marlins game against the Washington Nationals at Marlins Park.
Miami Marlins reliever Bryan Morris and Billy the Marlin congratulate Javen Harris (Florida International Academy), Rocco Nappi (Pembroke Pines Charter Middle School), Francisco Soto (St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic School), Adrien J. Reina (Our Lady of the Holy Rosary-St. Richard School) and David Tamen (North Beach Elementary School) for being for the July honorees of the Miami Marlins/Miami Herald Team Player Program. The standouts were recognized during a ceremony before the Marlins game against the Washington Nationals at Marlins Park. Photo By Jim Varsallone
Miami Marlins reliever Bryan Morris and Billy the Marlin congratulate Javen Harris (Florida International Academy), Rocco Nappi (Pembroke Pines Charter Middle School), Francisco Soto (St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic School), Adrien J. Reina (Our Lady of the Holy Rosary-St. Richard School) and David Tamen (North Beach Elementary School) for being for the July honorees of the Miami Marlins/Miami Herald Team Player Program. The standouts were recognized during a ceremony before the Marlins game against the Washington Nationals at Marlins Park. Photo By Jim Varsallone

Miami Marlins honor Javen Harris, Rocco Nappi, Adrien Reina, Francisco Soto, David Tamen

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