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Help Marlins' Petersen Make a Movie

Miami Marlins outfielder Bryan Petersen is making a documentary film about the American dream. According to the Palm Beach Post, the movie will be produced by LEGIT Films, an LA-based company that Peterson founded this year with friend K.C. Holiday.

The best part (outside of the fact that a Major League Baseball player is making a movie, that is) is that YOU can be a part of it.

Joe Capozzi:

There’s a Youtube video in which Petersen, Holliday and co-producer Joe Coleman introduce the idea and ask viewers to film themselves answering six questions.

“We’re looking for a subject for our documentary,’’ Petersen says in the video. “It could be you. It could be someone you nominate.’’

Petersen said he also has sought video contributions from Marlins teammates Logan Morrison, John Buck and Greg Dobbs.

“I’m sure there will be athletes that will help us out,’’ Petersen said.

“We’re trying to get as much information as to what people think the American dream is and we’ll go from there. We’re just trying to get the idea out.’’

What do you think of Peterson's film aspirations and will you participate? Tweet us @MLBFanCave and leave a comment below.

Miami Marlins outfielder Bryan Petersen is making a documentary film about the American dream. According to the Palm Beach Post, the movie will be produced by LEGIT Films, an LA-based company that Peterson founded this year with friend K.C. Holiday.

The best part (outside of the fact that a Major League Baseball player is making a movie, that is) is that YOU can be a part of it.

Joe Capozzi:

There’s a Youtube video in which Petersen, Holliday and co-producer Joe Coleman introduce the idea and ask viewers to film themselves answering six questions.

“We’re looking for a subject for our documentary,’’ Petersen says in the video. “It could be you. It could be someone you nominate.’’

Petersen said he also has sought video contributions from Marlins teammates Logan Morrison, John Buck and Greg Dobbs.

“I’m sure there will be athletes that will help us out,’’ Petersen said.

“We’re trying to get as much information as to what people think the American dream is and we’ll go from there. We’re just trying to get the idea out.’’

What do you think of Peterson's film aspirations and will you participate? Tweet us @MLBFanCave and leave a comment below.