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A call up has Brian Moran ‘flooded with emotion.’


Brian Moran could barely contain his emotions. The left-handed relief pitcher glanced around the visitor’s clubhouse, soaked in the environment, and finally accepted the reality. He’s with the Miami Marlins. He’s a Major League Baseball player. Moran was one of three players called up before Tuesday’s series opener against the Pittsburgh Pirates. (Miami Herald)

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