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Dancing Marlins fan Jonathan Esponda is a ladies’ man

The dancing Marlins fan who went viral last week has been identified and was even invited out to Marlins Park Tuesday to throw out the ceremonial first pitch before the game.

The young boy in question is 9-year-old Jonathan Esponda, who says he learned his dancing skills from his parents at home.

Apparently Esponda was caught on the fan cam after a Phillies-Marlins game last year, but the video was not shared on social media until recently. Esponda was 8 at the time and went nuts after realizing he was on camera. The youngster was tracked down by local Spanish radio station Nuevo Zol 106.7 FM and did an interview with them, which you can see below.

The interview at the top was done by FOX Sports Florida, and reporter Allison Williams says Esponda was a big hit at the park. She also Esponda is a real ladies’ man and was kissing girls’ hands upon meeting them.

Jonathan Esponda kiss

This kid is a natural born star.

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Dancing Miami Marlins fan returns, with less moves (Video)

The Miami Marlins realized that Giancarlo Stanton and his 500-foot home runs are not enough to draw crowds to the stadium, so they decided to turn to what’s undeniably baseball’s greatest attraction: dancing Marlins kid.

The same kid who captured the internet’s attention last week when his crazy dance moves went viral was at Tuesday’s home game against the Phillies. He was apparently with some guy named Dancing Tony:

Marlins Dancing Kid even got some time on camera with FOX Sports Florida:

I dunno, I kinda feel like Dancing Kid was shown up by Dancing Tony and his knee-switching move:

Marlins dancing kid

Dancing Tony BROUGHT IT.

Little kid kills it on fan cam with crazy moves (Video)

I haven’t been able to take my eyes off this Vine video since the moment I first saw it.

That kid is amazing. He’s got the tongue wag working, the chest pound going, and he already knows how to gyrate his hips like a pro.

Someone enter that kid in a talent show. Now. He will win.

Look at this face of determination:

Marlins kid fan cam

Kid’s a star. And was this at Marlins Park Monday? Sure looks like it.

Video via @RayvenTirado
H/T Jimmy Traina