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Marlins Park outfield wall is actually a green screen

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Inspired by WGN's recent efforts to make a Cubs-Marlins broadcast interesting by using the Marlins Park outfield wall as a green screen, I have several suggestions for how this amazing idea should be put to use.

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The first rule of entertaining an audience is to know your audience, which is something people that broadcast Marlins games onto actual televisions need a little help with, even though there's only three people that would tune in anyway. But capture their attention with quality visuals, I say!

Here are some wonderful ideas to entertain your audience, Miami Marlins people. You can call me directly if you need more. Let me get out of the way and let the artwork speak for itself:

1. MARIO

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2. MOVIE PREVIEWS!

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3. BREAKFAST

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4. AN OLD EPISODE OF ROSEANNE

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5. JOSE REYES POINTING AT THINGS WITH CRUTCHES

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6. A MIAMI HEAT GAME

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H/T /r/baseball

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