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Reyes, Hanley dye hair in Marlins color

Reyes, Hanley dye hair in Marlins color
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JUPITER, Fla. -- They're together on the left side of the Marlins infield. Away from the field, they regularly play PlayStation. Now, they've colored their hair together.

Since the Marlins have red-orange as a prominent color, Reyes and Ramirez each has decided to go with red-orange hair.

Ramirez tweeted a picture of the two.

Second baseman Omar Infante said, "I'm next, papi."

Reyes says he wants to get Emilio Bonifacio to do it, too. But Bonifacio doesn't have much hair to work with.

JUPITER, Fla. -- They're together on the left side of the Marlins infield. Away from the field, they regularly play PlayStation. Now, they've colored their hair together.

Since the Marlins have red-orange as a prominent color, Reyes and Ramirez each has decided to go with red-orange hair.

Ramirez tweeted a picture of the two.

Second baseman Omar Infante said, "I'm next, papi."

Reyes says he wants to get Emilio Bonifacio to do it, too. But Bonifacio doesn't have much hair to work with.

This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.

Miami Marlins, Hanley Ramirez, Jose Reyes