What would you do if you caught a home run ball sitting in the outfield at a road park? Also, have you also wondered what a player goes through off the field? You'll find out in this week's #FishStripes.Our Tweet of the Week comes from pitcher Ricky Nolasco and he is trying to stay optimstic after going 1-6 in Chicago and Pittsburgh:
Well that road trip didnt go as planned...hopefully Miami treats us better👍— ricky nolasco (@RNolasco47) July 23, 2012
Atlanta comes to town starting Monday, so there might be a little hope for Miami after the Braves come off a wild weekend in Washington.
One more tweet, and this one comes from a fan that Logan Morrison retweeted:
Our Video of the Week comes from the Pittsburgh series, and even though none of three games went the Marlins' way, Friday was off to a good start:
Prior to the All-Star Break, Giancarlo Stanton had to get knee surgery and miss the festivities in Kansas City. Showtime's "The Franchise" caught every part of that:
Make sure to check out @SHOSports for more details on air times.
The Marlins visited the Friendly Confines where Carlos Lee unpacked on a grand slam. Luckily, a Marlins fan caught it.
Now, when a fan catches a homer out in the bleacher seats at Wrigley Field, the tradition is that the fan is supposed to throw the ball back. Except when the fan roots for the road team.
Watch here to see whether the fan throws it back or keeps the souvenir.
Make sure to also stay here on FishStripes to catch all Miami Marlins news and game recaps.