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MIAMI _ A devilish grin lined the face of center fielder Preston Wilson after he had done nothing more than take a few steps back to snag a lazy fly ball. There was nothing particularly remarkable about the catch, nor had it come at some critical point in the game or the season.
It was routine in every aspect except one.
The ball hit by Javy Lopez of the Braves on Monday would have been a home run in almost every ballpark other than Pro Player, and Wilson was unable to mask that fact. The Braves hit two other long balls Tuesday _ one by Chipper Jones and another by Andruw Jones _ that also had home run written on them. But they, too, descended into an …