Marlins Execute Perfect Silent Treatment For Marcell Ozuna’s Home Run (Video)


It took 27 games, but Marcell Ozuna finally hit his first home run of the season Thursday night.

The Miami Marlins outfielder broke out last season with 23 home runs, but he’s been mired in a power outage so far this season. He finally broke out against the San Francisco Giants, though, with an absolute rocket of a home run Thursday.

The Marlins decided to have a little fun with the 24-year-old when he returned to the dugout after circling the bases. As Ozuna came down the dugout steps, his Marlins teammates gave him the old silent treatment.

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We’ve seen this countless times before, usually on someone’s first career home run. However, that player’s teammates usually give up on the gag after a couple seconds. As you can see in this one, the Marlins pulled it off really, really well, even congratulating other players who scored on the blast while Ozuna walked to the end of the dugout by himself.

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