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By Ted Cruz
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Topic - Jeff Conine
As moving day nears for the Florida Marlins, Jeff Conine stands in front of the dugout, the crack of batting-practice swings echoing in the cavernous stadium. He looks up toward a sea of empty seats and remembers when they were full.
"There is no sound like this place full with 65,000," Conine said. "You can't duplicate it anywhere else in baseball, because nowhere else could hold that many people. It was amazing."
"If I was to say I'm sorry to see it go, I'd be lying _ big time," Conine said. "There are some good memories here for sure, but I won't shed a tear when we move."