Although he's now playing against the Miami Marlins when they wrap up a four-game set with on Thursday, Marcell Ozuna's time in South Florida was certainly productive. In more than four years with the Marlins, Ozuna hit 96 home runs, played in two All-Star games, won a Silver Slugger Award and a Gold Glove. His rocket for an arm made him tough to run on in left field and on this day five years ago, he made perhaps his most memorable throw as a member of the Marlins. At 36-36, the Marlins were seeking to get over .500 as they hosted the New York Mets at Marlins Park on June 20, 2014. The Marlins enjoyed a 3-0 lead. An RBI groundout by Adeiny Hechavarria in the first inning put Miami on the board.
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