The Marlins totally Marlins'd the first pitch of the Major League Baseball season

Oct 12 2017 Washington DC USA Chicago Cubs fans celebrate after defeating the Washington Nationals in game five of the 2017 NLDS playoff baseball series at Nationals Park. Mandatory Credit Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

The Marlins totally Marlins'd the first pitch of the Major League Baseball season

The other is ruining his legacy by being associated with the Miami Marlins.

Leavy, in his trademark Marlins orange uniform top and visor, has become one of American sports' most famous fans, frequently sitting in high-profile seats for, by his estimate, an average of 285 sporting events a year. At a town hall meeting with new owner Derek Jeter-in which Marlins Man pulled the "do you know who I am?" card on Jeter-Marlins Man said he wanted to throw out a first pitch and have the team run a Marlins Man Mondays promotion.

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Ah, opening day, a fresh start, a chance for teams to put their best foot forward - and for the Miami Marlins, the team that traded away all its best players this offseason and became baseball's punchline again, none of that fresh-start stuff happened. Leavy said he has been offered better deals from other teams.

Marlins Man has officially cut ties with the organization he blindly supported for the past 25 years, and he says he is considering taking his loyalty elsewhere for the 2018 Major League Baseball season.

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So ... no more "Marlins Man".

According to Leavy, an earlier discussion with the Marlins was not productive: "They said that I did nothing for the team, I don't promote the Marlins, nobody buys season tickets because of me, nobody buys advertising because of me, and they don't care what I do".

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