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Florida Minor League team to hold 'Mourning Night' for loss of LeBron

The fallout will be swift.

Florida Minor League team to hold 'Mourning Night' for loss of LeBron

(Jason Miller/Getty Images)
(Jason Miller/Getty Images)

The fallout will be swift.

LeBron James' move back to Cleveland will set off a wave of reactions across the country, some of which are being prepared right now... but one Florida State League team in the Twins' MiLB system seemed more ready than anyone else.

The team was quick to outlaw jersey burning. But free admission will be given to anyone wearing Miami Heat LeBron James gear and a massive card for LeBron will be passed around. Anyone trying to get rid of their LeBron jerseys will get to do so at a GOODWILL station. The crying stations are also real.

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Say the Miracle, "As the Beatles could not last, so too must the Heatles break up."

Indeed.

Justin Klugh Sports Producer
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