On Saturday WPLG meteorologist Julie Durda threw the ceremonial first pitch at the Marlins vs Mariners game. And aced it. Shortly before that she spent a few hours with Marlins pitcher AJ Ramos learning to warm up, exercise and how to throw the ball well. And apparently he thought her well.
Despite all the training and warming up though, Julie says she was sore after the throw and had to ice her arm. But at least it was worth it. Also, the Marlins beat the Marines
WPLG morning meteorologist Julie Durda will be throwing the first pitch at the Marlins vs Mariners game on Saturday. Yesterday she spent some time at Marlins Park with team pitcher AJ Ramos getting tips on what to do to get ready for her big day.
In the TV news business you never know when your competitors might become your colleagues. The people in this photo have all collectively worked at every one of the English stations here before getting assembled at WPLG. Well except Gio Benitez he’s at ABC News though you see his reports on WPLG.
L to R: Roland Steadham now WPLG weekend meteorologist, was the chief meteorologist at WTVJ until 2005 and worked at WSVN before that. Trent Aric joined WPLG in 2004 and on occasion went up against Steadham during hurrican coverage in ’04 and 2005. Julie Durda. And former WFOR reporter Gio Benitez now reporting at ABC News.