Rafael Furcal jokes in the dugout with the rest of his team before the start of the Legends Never Fade celebrity softball game.
Rafael Furcal jokes in the dugout with the rest of his team before the start of the Legends Never Fade celebrity softball game. Keith Alan Jacobs For The Sun News
Rafael Furcal jokes in the dugout with the rest of his team before the start of the Legends Never Fade celebrity softball game. Keith Alan Jacobs For The Sun News

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