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Derek Jeter's group might get rid of the Marlins' home run sculpture

On Friday, it was reported that Miami Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria agreed to sell the team to Derek Jeter’s group for $1.2 billion, with Jeter expected to run baseball operations. With new ownership, some changes are expected, including one that might sadden fans of sculptures that light up, spray water, and make fish paintings fly. According to Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports, the home run sculpture that lives in Marlins Park might be going away: One thing someone connected to the Jeter group has suggested will likely go: the home run sculpture in left-center field that was designed by artist Red Grooms and has been the subject of controversy.
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