Miami Marlins home run feature, with music!

It’s amazing how well they actually go together..

Join the Stop The Wave Movement!
http://www.stopthewave.net
http://www.twitter.com/stopthewave

http://www.facebook.com/stopthewave

Original Videos:
Music – http://youtu.be/hw2HtRQ2U8Y
Video – http://youtu.be/wJqm8ybv4Uw

Miami Marlins Park Opening Night Retractable Roof

On opening night, April 4, 2012, the Miami Marlins opened up Marlins Park officially to the public. The game ball was delivered by Muhammed Ali and the anthem was sung by Jose Feliciano. A sold out crowd attended and witnessed the first ever retractable roof in south Florida unfurl itself in front of the home crowd.

Adam Greenberg – Today Show – Miami Marlins

http://www.lurongliving.com/adam-greenberg In 2005, Adam Greenberg’s baseball career began and ended in one pitch, when the Chicago Cubs player was struck in the head. NBC’s Kerry Sanders reports on the movement to give Adam a second chance and Matt Lauer introduces David Sampson, President of the Miami Marlins, who has a surprise in store. This story aired on September 27th, 2012 on The Today Show.

Sport Eagle TV Special – 4th Annual Oktoberfest Olympics

The beer is about the flow for the next three weeks at the latest installment of the Oktoberfest in Munich.

Two of the local sports teams, 1860 Munich of the Bundesliga’s second division and EHC Red Bull München met up for some fun at a local brewery.

Follow 1860 Munich @TSV1860

Follow EHC Red Bull München @RedBullMuenchen

Follow us on Twitter @SportEagleTV

The Grind – Pro Football & Mental Disorders: NFL Star Brandon Marshall Reveals How He Suffered In Silence

Football may be his first love, but Brandon Marshall is no longer playing for himself. After persevering through legal issues and a Border Line Personality Disorder diagnosis, the Chicago Bears wide receiver has regained control of his life. We follow the five-time Pro Bowl athlete as he gears up for the 2014-2015 NFL season, all while aiming to erase the stigma of mental health disorders