Marlins Turned That Dancing Kid Into Their New Mascot for Day
Last week, video of a little kid busting out into some seriously sick dance moves after he found himself on the Marlins' Jumbotron went viral on the Internet. It was the most anyone has paid attention to anything related to the Marlins in a long, long time.
So, of course, the team tried to catch lightning in a bottle twice. They invited the young boy, named Jonathan, to last night's game, set him up with a radio interview, had him throw out the first pitch, and recorded him dancing again.
First, the team followed the Dancing Kid to a radio interview with El Zol where he naturally broke out some more dance moves.
Then, of course, he appeared on the Fox Sports Florida broadcast.
With help from Billy the Marlin, he then threw out the first pitch.
Then he wound up with some primo seats and danced some more.
Oh, did he dance.
So there you have it: a professional sports team hitched themselves to the wagon of a small child for some attention.
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