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Ashton Kutcher & Preggo Mila Kunis Step Out For A Dodgers Date Night!

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These cuties!!

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher stepped out on Wednesday night to cheer on the Los Angeles Dodgers — and even though the home team lost 10-2 to the Cubs to tie the NLCS 2-2, it looks like a good time was had by all!

The 38-year-old and the expecting actress were adorably twinning in matching white jerseys and took the field to announce the starting lineup and meet some of their favorite players.

As the That '70s Show alums stood next to the athletes during the National Anthem, we couldn't help but notice the couple's personalized apparel — Mila had "Kutcher" with the number one on the back while Ashton's has "Kutcher," but with the number two.

LOLz! That's right, bb!

Related: Ashton Yells At Laura Prepon For Not Telling Him About Getting Engaged

Take a look at some of the highlights from their date night out (below)!

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Tim Tebow Hits A Home Run On His VERY First At Bat As A Pro Baseball Player! Watch!

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Tim Tebow may have just started playing pro baseball, but it already looks like he's ready for the major leagues!

On Wednesday, the former quarterback hit a home run during his first at-bat as a professional player in the New York Mets instructional league!

The 29-year-old hit the homer on the first pitch he saw in the game against the St. Louis Cardinals' minor league team, causing fans to go crazy! (Probably a slightly smaller crowd than he's used to…)

Related: Orioles Star Explains Why MLB Can't Protest National Anthem

Though he's one of the oldest players in the instructional league games in Florida, Tebow's great first impression at the plate is a good sign the superstar athlete could advance through the Mets' system at full speed.

Unfortunately, the hot streak didn't continue for the 255-pound outfielder, who grounded out in his second at-bat… oh well! That's still batting .500!

But since the ex-NFL champ hasn't been playing ball since his junior year of high school in 2005, we don't blame for being a little rusty!

Ch-ch-check out Tebow's knock one out of the park (below)!!!

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José Fernández Reportedly Upset With Pregnant Girlfriend Before Fatal Boat Crash — See Haunting Texts From Friends Begging To Keep Him 'Cool'

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More details have surfaced surrounding the night of José Fernández's fatal boat accident.

The Miami Marlins pitcher was reportedly upset after having an argument with his girlfriend — who is pregnant with their first child — so, he asked two friends to join him for an ill-fated boating joyride.

Eddy Rivero and Emilio Macias were killed along with the 24-year-old when Fernandez's 32-foot fishing boat crashed into a jetty early Sunday morning.

Video: Marlins Hold Tribute For José At First Game After Crash

According to The Miami Herald, the friends joined the athlete only after his Marlins teammates turned down the offer to go on the late night cruise.

Marlins outfielder Marcell Ozuna told the publication:

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Miami Marlins Hold Touching Tribute For José Fernández During First Game Following His Tragic Death — See The Poignant Pictures

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The Miami Marlins somehow managed to play through the pain and tears on Monday night just a day after the death of José Fernández.

Beating the New York Mets only made the team more emotional after the game during a tribute to the deceased pitcher, who was killed in a boat crash this weekend.

Related: José Seen At Miami Hot Spot 90 Minutes Before Crash

The team and fans honored the 24-year-old, with every player wearing Fernández's No. 16 jersey, as a video of the athlete played throughout the stadium to a trumpet version of Take Me Out to the Ball Game.

After the Marlins' win, the team placed their hats on the pitcher's mound in honor as the crowd chanted Fernandez's name:

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José Fernández Seen At Miami Hot Spot 90 Minutes Before Fatal Boat Crash

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The Miami Marlins are still trying to process the tragic death of star pitcher José Fernández, who was killed in a boat crash over the weekend.

Now, more details have surfaced about the events surrounding the 24-year-old's ill-fated night.

According to TMZ Sports, the 24-year-old was at a popular Miami waterfront party spot at least 90 minutes before the crash.

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Fernandez and at least one other person who died in the accident were at American Social Bar & Kitchen around 2 a.m. on Sunday morning.

Though the restaurant wouldn't divulge any details on if alcohol was served to the MLB star or his friends, a rep confirmed that

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Miami Marlins Teammates, Officials Break Down During Emotional Press Conference Surrounding The Death Of Star Pitcher José Fernández

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We're still reeling from the death of such a young, promising talent who had such fun on the baseball field.

ICYMI this morning, Miami Marlins star pitcher José Fernández died overnight in a boating accident in Miami, and the team canceled their game today after reeling from the unimaginable tragedy.

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A few hours ago, the Marlins held a press conference about Fernández, and as you can see by watching the club's President of Baseball Operations, Mike Hill, speak (above), José clearly meant a LOT to that team.

Players, coaches, manager Don Mattingly, and the club's front office executives all gathered in the stadium to meet the media and discuss the tragedy that took place overnight.

It wasn't just Hill breaking down with emotion, though — team President David Samson spoke, too, reading off a statement from him and owner Jeffrey Loria:

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Miami Marlins Star Pitcher José Fernández Killed In Boating Accident

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This is unimaginably tragic.

Miami Marlins star pitcher José Fernández was killed in a boating accident in Miami early Sunday morning, the MLB team has confirmed. He was just 24 years old.

Related: Actor Bill Nunn Dead At 62

The pitcher and two other unidentified people were pronounced dead early Sunday after a Coast Guard patrol found a 33-foot boat overturned on a jetty about 3:30 a.m. local Miami time, according to Coast Guard Chief Nyxolyno Cangemi.

The accident is currently being investigated by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.

The Marlins, who were set to play the Atlanta Braves today, have canceled their game in light of the tragedy surrounding Fernández (pictured above, left, laughing with an umpire during a game last week).

The team did release a statement on the matter, though (below):

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