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Twins farm club razzes fickle Miami Heat fans


When Miami Heat fans poured out of American Airlines Arena Tuesday night -- convinced that their somewhat-beloved team was going to lose to the San Antonio Spurs in Game 6 of the NBA Finals -- they missed an historic comeback.

Miami 103, San Antonio 100 in OT, setting up tonight's Game 7.

Recognizing a "spur of the moment" promotion when they see it, the Forth Myers Miracle -- the Twins Class A affiliate -- pounced.

They're selling tickets to tonight's game against the Jupiter (Fla.) Hammerheads for $3 to anyone wearing Miami Heat gear.

But there's a catch.

According to to the team's official website, to get the discount -- one must enter Hammond Stadium through the exit gates. And one must stay the entire nine innings.

Well played.

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