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See smaller Fort Myers Miracles fans had the opportunity to test drive cars during the Miracles' 'Rest The Vest' Night at Hammond Stadium on Monday. The event was in honor of retiring Ohio State football coach Jim Tressel. Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News

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Fort Myers Miracles fans had the opportunity to test drive cars during the Miracles' "Rest The Vest" Night at Hammond Stadium on Monday. The event was in honor of retiring Ohio State football coach Jim Tressel. Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News

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  • Fort Myers Miracles fans had the opportunity to test drive cars during the Miracles' 'Rest The Vest' Night at Hammond Stadium on Monday. The event was in honor of retiring Ohio State football coach Jim Tressel. Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
  • Ann Morelli of Ft. Myers takes the opportunity to show her tattoo in exchange for Miracle memorabilia during the Miracles' 'Rest The Vest' Night at Hammond Stadium on Monday. On top of memorabilia, fans who brought a sweater vest in honor of retiring Ohio State football coach Jim Tressel, had the chance to test drive cars from Classic Cars of Florida. Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
  • Fort Myers Miracle fans had an opportunity on Monday night to receive Miracle memorabilia for showing their tattoos during the Miracles' 'Rest The Vest' Night at Hammond Stadium on Monday. On top of memorabilia, fans who brought a sweater vest in honor of retiring Ohio State football coach Jim Tressel, had the chance to test drive cars from Classic Cars of Florida. Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
  • Rich Swanger of Cape Coral takes the opportunity to show his tattoo in exchange for Miracle memorabilia during the Miracles' 'Rest The Vest' Night at Hammond Stadium on Monday. On top of memorabilia, fans who brought a sweater vest in honor of retiring Ohio State football coach Jim Tressel, had the chance to test drive cars from Classic Cars of Florida. Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
  • Fort Myers Miracle fans had an opportunity on Monday night to receive Miracle memorabilia for showing their tattoos during the Miracles' 'Rest The Vest' Night at Hammond Stadium on Monday. On top of memorabilia, fans who brought a sweater vest in honor of retiring Ohio State football coach Jim Tressel, had the chance to test drive cars from Classic Cars of Florida. Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
  • Fort Myers Miracle fans had an opportunity on Monday night to receive Miracle memorabilia for showing their tattoos during the Miracles' 'Rest The Vest' Night at Hammond Stadium on Monday. On top of memorabilia, fans who brought a sweater vest in honor of retiring Ohio State football coach Jim Tressel, had the chance to test drive cars from Classic Cars of Florida. Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
  • Barbara Tillotson of Ft. Myers donates two sweater vests during the Miracles' 'Rest The Vest' Night at Hammond Stadium on Monday. The donation was in honor of retiring Ohio State football coach Jim Tressel. Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
  • Fort Myers Miracles fans had the opportunity to test drive cars during the Miracles' 'Rest The Vest' Night at Hammond Stadium on Monday. The event was in honor of retiring Ohio State football coach Jim Tressel. Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
  • Fort Myers Miracle fans had an opportunity on Monday night to receive Miracle memorabilia for showing their tattoos during the Miracles' 'Rest The Vest' Night at Hammond Stadium on Monday. On top of memorabilia, fans who brought a sweater vest in honor of retiring Ohio State football coach Jim Tressel, had the chance to test drive cars from Classic Cars of Florida. Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
  • Bill and Linda Lane of Ft. Myers take the opportunity to show her tattoos in exchange for Miracle memorabilia during the Miracles' 'Rest The Vest' Night at Hammond Stadium on Monday. On top of memorabilia, fans who brought a sweater vest in honor of retiring Ohio State football coach Jim Tressel, had the chance to test drive cars from Classic Cars of Florida. Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
  • Ann Morelli and her husband Rick of Ft. Myers take the opportunity to show her tattoos in exchange for Miracle memorabilia during the Miracles' 'Rest The Vest' Night at Hammond Stadium on Monday. On top of memorabilia, fans who brought a sweater vest in honor of retiring Ohio State football coach Jim Tressel, had the chance to test drive cars from Classic Cars of Florida. Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
  • Ohio State fans Adam Davie (left) and John Fejes (right) show off their Buckeyes gear at Monday’s Fort Myers Miracle game. The Miracle were holding a special “Rest the Vest Night” to poke fun at the Ohio State football team’s off-field troubles.

The Fort Myers Miracle baseball team had a promotion on Monday, June 6, 2011, for fans to donate their sweater vests in honor of the resignation of Ohio State football coach Jim Tressel. Fans could also show a tatoo and receive free Miracle memorabilia. Ohio State football players got in trouble for trading memorabilia for tatoos.

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