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7 Night Caribbean Cruise   Nov 29, 2014 • Aboard the MSC Divina
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Day   Date • 2014 Port Arrive Depart
1   Sat, Nov 29 Miami   7:00 pm
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2   Sun, Nov 30 At Sea - -
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3   Mon,Dec 1 At Sea - -
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4   Tue, Dec 2 Philipsburg/St. Maarten 9:00 am 6:00 pm
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5   Wed,Dec 3 San Juan/Puerto Rico 8:00 am 4:00 pm
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6   Thu, Dec 4 At Sea - -
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7   Fri,Dec 5 Great Stirrup Cay 8:00 am 5:00 pm
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8   Sat,Dec 6 Miami 7:00 am  
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KEVIN SEITZER  The current hitting coach for the Toronto Blue Jays, he was an All-Star third baseman with a career .295 batting average in over 6,000 plate appearances in 12 years in which he hit over .300 in 7 of those years. He played for the Kansas City Royals, the Milwaukee Brewers and the Cleveland Indians and led the league in base hits in 1987 with 207.

JUAN MARICHAL  Hall of Fame pitcher who won over 20 Games 6 times with the San Francisco Giants. He won 243 games with an incredible 244 complete games. In 1968 he was 26-9 with 30 complete games and in 1969 he had a 2.10 ERA and he was the All-Star Game MVP in 1965. Nicknamed "The Dominican Dandy", he is one of our All-Time Greats and still beloved in San Francisco and idolized in his native Dominican Republic.

AMOS OTIS  A 5 time All-Star centerfielder for the Kansas City Royals who won 3 Gold Gloves. He was in the AL MVP hunt 4 times and was one of the fastest players in baseball who hit for both power and average. In six World Series games he hit .478 with 3 HR's for Kansas City. He was a rare 5 tool player.

JOHN DENNY  The National League's Cy Young award winner in 1983 with the Philadelphia Phillies when he was 19-6 with a 2.37 ERA in 243 innings pitched. He also pitched for the St. Louis Cardinals, Cleveland Indians and Cincinnati Reds and won a total of 143 games and pitched 2,148 innings in a fine Major League career.

STAN BAHNSEN  Is your Player/Host. His Rookie records of a 2.05 ERA in 267 innings as a starting pitcher still stand today. He won 17 and was the 68' Rookie of the Year and ranks 5th All-Time at Yankee Stadium with a 2.65 ERA. He won 21 in 72' as a White Sox, pitched for the A's and Expos and has 146 wins in 2,529 innings.
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