Starlin Castro takes teammates out on his Miami boat

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The Cubs are finishing up their three-game series in Miami, and shortstop Starlin Castro gave his friends/ teammates the opportunity to take advantage of the boat he owns in the Miami area.

Enjoying beautiful Miami on Starlins boat @juniorlake @starlincastro1324 A video posted by Pedro Strop (@pstroop) on Jun 2, 2015 at 1:04pm PDT

Pitcher Pedro Strop and outfielder Junior Lake joined Castro on his boat for a day on the water.

A video posted by Pedro Strop (@pstroop) on Jun 2, 2015 at 12:09pm PDT

The Cubs-Marlines series is tied and Wednesday’s game will be the rubber match. Maybe a day on the water will allow these players to clear their head and get back to their winning ways.

I love miami A photo posted by Pedro Strop (@pstroop) on Jun 2, 2015 at 12:02pm PDT

Castro, Strop and Lake, whom are from Dominican Republic, have formed a strong friendship this season. It seems like these guys do everything together.

Omw to miami con los homie @pstroop @jorgesoler68 @juniorlake #flowmiami #1eroDios

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