MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Ever since it was first revealed, the “sculpture” built in left-centerfield at Marlins Park has been controversial, mainly due to its look. But it’s not fans that may change the sculpture, instead it may be left-handed hitters.

Marlins hitters say the sculpture could give left-handed batters facing right-handed sidearm pitchers a big headache.

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“If it is an issue, it can no longer be there,” Marlins utility player Greg Dobbs told CBS4 news partner the Miami Herald. “I won’t be the only left-handed hitter saying something. If other teams have a problem with it, they’re definitely going to voice their concern to the league.”

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Marlins officials said it’s not going to be an issue. The sculpture will be activated at various points throughout the game, typically after a Marlins home run.

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