Claude Delorme

Two parking grarages (left) are located on the north side of the new Marlins stadium. November, 2011. (Source: CARL JUSTE / MIAMI HERALD STAFF)

City To Marlins: Pay Us For Storing Your Stuff

While the Marlins struggled to fill up seats last season, they have no problem filling up a parking garage with their stuff – without permission from the city.


As days go the new Marlins stadium is becoming more complete for the 2012 baseball season, and newly named roads have bridged the past with the present and future. (Source: CBS4)

Streets Renamed Near New Marlins Ballpark

It’s no secret that big changes are on the way for the Florida Marlins come April, and now the team has changed the names of the streets surrounding their new ballpark, and that’s not all.


Miami Marlins Stadium Construction

Marlins Stadium Gets Green Home Run For Environmental Design

The Florida Marlins have changed their colors, their team logo and they are going green. The new stadium is standing out for its environmental efforts.



Glare From Marlins New Stadium Will Soon Be Dimmed

Drivers on I-95 and State Road 836 will soon have relief from the distracting glare caused by the top of the new Marlins Stadium.


(Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)

New Marlins’ Stadium 70% Complete

Next year at this time you’ll be able to cheer on the Miami Marlins with a cold brew and a hot dog at their new home in Little Havana.