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Marlins Cancel Today's Home Game After Jose Fernandez' DeathPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 09 / 25 / 16
The Marlins canceled today's game against the Braves after P Jose Fernandez was killed this morning "along with two friends in a boat crash off South Beach." Marlins President David Samson said, "When you talk about a tragedy like this, there are no words. There is no playbook. We will play...
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