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MIAMI - Mat Latos sat in the left-field plaza at Marlins Park as he reminisced about attending the first game in franchise history when he was 5 years old.A few feet away, Michael Morse shared his memories of going to the same game.The two new teammates are South Florida natives who grew up Marlins fans, and they joined their favourite team as a result of deals last week. The Marlins also acquired Dee Gordon, a Central Florida native who attended games in Miami as a youngster when his father, former major leaguer Tom Gordon, pitched against the Marlins.Its a blessing to be able to play for a team you grew up watching, Latos said. You take pride in that. This your home turf.The Marlins held a celebratory news conference Friday to welcome the newcomers. Shortly after the session disbanded, the Marlins busy front office added two more players, acquiring infielder Martin Prado and right-handed pitcher David Phelps from the New York Yankees for right-handed pitcher Nathan Eovaldi, first-baseman Garrett Jones and minor league right-handed pitcher Domingo German.Several hours later, they were at it again, shipping NL comeback player of the year, third baseman Casey McGehee, to San Francisco for a pair of right-handed minor league pitchers, Kendry Flores and Luis Castillo.Morse, who was born in Fort Lauderdale, was 11 when he sat in the upper deck in right field watching the Marlins first game in 1993. He remembered the questionable called strike on the franchises first pitch from Charlie Hough.It was a little outside, Morse said with a laugh.Latos said he went to 15 to 20 games a year as a kid and afterward would chase players outside the stadium seeking autographs.I cant express how amazing it is to come home, Latos said.The right-hander, who further strengthens Miamis solid rotation, was acquired in a trade with the Reds. Gordon, a leadoff hitter and All-Star second baseman, was obtained in a seven-player trade with the Dodgers. Morse, who is expected to play first base and bat cleanup behind Giancarlo Stanton, signed a $16 million, two-year contract as a free agent.This is home, Morse said. This is where Ive grown up. This is where my wifes home is. Her family is from here. My family is from here. My soon-to-be first child will be from here. This is unreal.As Marlins fans Morse and Latos know all too well, the team hasnt been the playoffs since its World Series championship season in 2003. But the newcomers agree the flurry of off-season moves has positioned the Marlins as potential contenders in the NL East.They want to win, and theyre showing it right now, Morse said — and that was before the trade with the Yankees was disclosed. This organization is on the rise once again, and Im so happy to be a part of it. ORLANDO, Fla. - Montreals Victoria Poon highlighted a big day for Canadian swimmers by winning the 100-metre freestyle on Saturday to conclude the U.S. Grand Prix competition. Poon was third at the turn but charged to the finish in the last 25 metres, and finished with a time of 55.20 seconds. "I tried to keep my head in my own race and not worry about the others," said Poon, a two-time Olympian. "For me the finnish to the race is always the most important part.dddddddddddd." Sandrine Mainville of Montreal was fourth. Open water world championship medallist Eric Hedlin of Victoria came in second in the 1,500 metres, clocking 15:17.29. Hilary Caldwell of White Rock, B.C., also a medallist at last years worlds in Barcelona, was second in the 200-metre backstroke. Dominique Bouchard of North Bay, Ont., was fourth. ' ' ' nfl jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China cheap jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic cheap nfl jerseys nfl shop wholesale jerseys
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