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Clevelander at Marlins Park looking for a pool boy

Think you can serve as a little eye candy for the ladies?

The Clevelander at Marlins Park might be interested in your services.

Men 21 years or older can submit a photo of themselves (The Clevelander people want you to keep it tasteful!) and the reason why they’ll be the best pool boy Marlins fans have ever seen to poolboy@clevelander.com. The deadline for submissions is Thursday. The five finalists selected will then attend a judging at the Marlins-Nationals game at 7:10 p.m. next Saturday.

"Pool boy hopefuls should know their way around the water, and feel comfortable in a swimsuit, interacting with guests, Clevelander dancers and pool goers as well as serving as eye candy and party starter all in one package!," the release from The Clevelander states.

The pool boy will then work and be stationed in the famous pool side chair at Clevelander Marlins Park during select Marlins home games starting with the home stand against the San Diego Padres on July 27th.


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Marlins Human Resource Dept.

All interested parties will have to be approved by Samson...wear pink to interview..twinks only.

Leo Orestes Barberie

Craig Minervini
The Hurricanes PA Guy
Norman Braman
Sammie Smith(Work Release??)
Nick Johnson
Heath Bell
Verne Lundquist
Chip Caray

That is only a preliminary list. I'm consulting some elderly ladies up here in the Carolinas. There is no clear cut favorite among them as of the moment.

There have been a few candidates among marlins fans but only if they conduct a breath holding exhibition for 30 minutes.


I don't get it. Hold their breath in case they have to work under water, right?

Leo Orestes Barberie

Sorry!! I meant Marlins executives holding breath under water.


See, I thought you were talking about something to please the ladies. My mom, Eleanor Clementine Laurelbowie, would not have been pleased with my line of thought.
I wonder whether the umpires would consider calling the game off because of the heat. They're the ones who will really have it rough, because while the players can duck into the dugout or clubhouse to cool off for long stretches, the umps have to be out there for every play. They better have some stretchers and IVs ready.

Flav C

With this heat, expect a lot more pitches way out of the zone being called "strikes". The umpires will want this game to zoom by.

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