It’s a given the Miami Marlins are going to struggle to put fans in the stands after the tumultuous offseason of trading away almost all Major League-caliber players. But it turns out no one wants to see the Marlins even at home.
While the Marlins continue searching for their first home win of the season, it’s becoming just as difficult to find fans in the stands at the multi-billion dollar Marlins Park.
Miami Dolphins fans have been loyal to the franchise despite a decade of failure and not winning a Super Bowl in nearly 40 years. But even though the team is showing signs of life this season, the fans’ patience may be running out.
The Miami Marlins and Miami-Dade County taxpayers put hundreds of millions of dollars into Marlins Park. One-third of the way through the season, attendance at the new park is improving.
The Miami Marlins continued their April misery Monday when they lost again to the Arizona Diamondbacks, 9-5.
Sun Life Stadium will no longer have a nose-bleed section. At least when it comes to Marlins games.
A South Florida high school student who is proud of his perfect attendance record would like to benefit other Miami-Dade County students for their attendance.