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01.06.2019 02:42
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MILWAUKEE (AP) —lwaukee Brewers in Game 1 of their National League Division Series against the Colorado Rockies.The veteran outfielder , who hit .346 with five homers over the final seven games of the regular season, will hit behind table-setters Lorenzo Cain and Christian Yelich.A third-place hitter for most of his career, Braun has been hitting lower in the order at times this season, especially with the emergence of power-hitting first baseman Jesus Aguilar.But the Game 1 lineup has second baseman Travis Shaw and Aguilar following Braun. Third baseman Mike Moustakas, catcher Manny Pina Joe DiMaggio Jersey , shortstop Orlando Arcia and pitcher Brandon Woodruff round out the rest of the lineup.The Rockies will lead off with a formidable top three of center fielder Charlie Blackmon, second baseman D.J. LeMahieu and third baseman Nolan Arenado.He’s followed by left fielder David Dahl, shortstop Trevor Story and right fielder Carlos Gonzalez. First baseman Ian Desmond, catcher Chris Iannetta and starter Antonio Senzatela round out the lineup. Mark Brown/Getty ImagesLast offseason, Derek Jeter helped strip the Miami Marlins roster of its best players. Now Mickey Mantle Jersey , he's going after the most identifiable feature of Marlins Park.The Miami Herald's Douglas Hanks reported Tuesday the Marlins received approval fromMiami-Dade County(Florida) to remove the team's home run sculpture from center field. The sculpture will instead sit outside the stadium.Some are sad to see the unique piece go:Jesse Spector jessespectorWhen do you think was the precise moment Derek Jeter started hating fun? Was it when he made the stands catch against the Red Sox?Andy Martino martinonycThis sculpture is a work of art by Red Grooms. Beauty is subjective but to discard this work is so small-minded. Baseball is middle school, and Grooms鈥?work was deemed uncool. Art dealer Jeffrey Loria, for his flaws, knew what he was doing here. Ugh ugh ugh IKO5Fg633YJon Heyman JonHeymanagree with martinonyc 100 percent. what jeter knows about art couldnt fill a thimble. jeffrey loria may not have been a great mlb owner but he knew art. and he knew Miami. lrkyaxjR79The sculpture's days were numbered as soon as Jeter and his ownership group took control of the Marlins from Jeffrey Loria."I just don't think they're all that crazy about it," Miami-Dade County MayorCarlos Gimenez said in January regarding the group's attitudes toward the artwork , per Hanks. "I'm not a fan. We're looking at it. ... We'll see if anything can be done."It's too bad the Marlins are doing away with what was one of the trademark features of its stadium. The sculpture wasn't to everybody's tastes, but it helped Marlins Park stand out.On the plus side, the Marlins ranked last in home runs and attendance. More people might actually get to enjoy the home run sculpture once it's outside the ballpark.

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