Marlins Stadium Construction (6/16/11)

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Marlins Stadium 19
Construction workers are lifted to the rafters of the new Marlins Stadium in Little Havana as they work to get the stadium ready for next spring.
(Source: CBS4)
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Marlins Stadium 18
A construction worker helps set a pane of glass for the outfield wall at Marlins Stadium in Little Havana.
(Source: CBS4)
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Marlins Stadium 1
This is the view of Marlins Stadium you will see driving by the growing complex.
(Source: CBS4)
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Marlins Stadium 16
A worker checks the welding of part of the outer skeleton of Marlins Stadium in Little Havana.
(Source: CBS4)
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Marlins Stadium 15
Cranes and forklifts are in the outfield in June 2011, but next year, it will be fans in the stands and Logan Morrison manning centerfield.
(Source: CBS4)
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Marlins Stadium 12
It's just a reflection, but the new Marlins Stadium will show off the downtown area of Miami while also being part of the new skyline for Miami.
(Source: CBS4)
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Marlins Stadium 14
Fans along the third base line will be right up on the action as the foul line will run right along the first row of seats.
(Source: CBS4)
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Marlins Stadium 13
If a Marlins hitter pulls a ball into the left field stands, this is where you should be sitting to have the best chance at catching the ball.
(Source: CBS4)
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Marlins Stadium 11
Cranes lift up parts to the roof of the new Marlins Stadium in Little Havana.
(Source: CBS4)
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Marlins Stadium 10
Billy the Marlin even donned a hardhat to take in the sites of Marlins Stadium rising from the ashes of the Orange Bowl.
(Source: CBS4)
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Marlins Stadium 9
It may be full of reporters now, but next season, this will be the dugout of the Florida Marlins at the team's new stadium in Little Havana.
(Source: CBS4)
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Marlins Stadium 8
The view from the cheap seats above the first base line will be luxurious, especially compared to those in Dolphins Stadium.
(Source: CBS4)
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Marlins Stadium 7
The screen is not complete, but players and fans will see this raise above the right-center field area to show everyone the latest technological advances.
(Source: CBS4)
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Marlins Stadium 6
While the new stadium will be cushy, this is where you'll have to leave the family truckster when you take in a Marlins game at the new stadium.
(Source: CBS4)
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Marlins Stadium 5
The escalators are getting installed, but it's still going to be several months before the plastic is taken off and fans can use them at the new Marlins Stadium.
(Source: CBS4)
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Marlins Stadium 4
Wanna see some television while at the Marlins game? This screen is only partially completed and will stand over the right-center field area and entertain and inform fans during a game.
(Source: CBS4)
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Marlins Stadium 3
The windows in the outfield will open up as was demonstrated during a media tour on 6/16/11 at the new Marlins Stadium in Little Havana.
(Source: CBS4)
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Marlins Stadium 2
Box seats on the first base line will give you a great view of the Marlins trying to pull out a victory against NL East foes.
(Source: CBS4)
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Marlins Stadium 1
Cranes continue to put together the outer shell of the Marlins Stadium in Little Havana.
(Source: CBS4)

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One Comment

  1. Paul says:

    After watching David Samson on your evening newscast, it seems that the Marlins’ ownership/management do not realize how deeply they have alienated this community. We all want to pull for our home team and to have a beautiful new stadium, but the taxpayers have been lied to, cheated, and stolen from by this organization. I, for one, will not set foot in that stadium until the terms are renegotiated — FAIRLY!!! Even then, it will be hard to look at Samson or Loria and to believe anything which they have to say. How about it? Anyone else want to join this boycott to correct the corruption?

    1. Ed says:

      I will join you Paul! I agree with you 100%. They are a bunch of crooks!!!

  2. Hello says:

    Someone needs to EDIT the caption on the main page. It reads: The Florida Marlins new stadium in Little Haiti is progressing on schedule and on budget, according to the Marlins. It’s now 70 percent complete and this is a quick view of what the stadium looks like as of mid-June 2011.

  3. Al says:

    I say change the name to “Loser Stadium”! That will cover the team, the owners, the taxpayers and the fans.

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