Miami Marlins President David Samson is running over 50 miles Friday, and he’s doing it all say thank you and to raise money for charities.
It’s truly a new era for the Miami Marlins as the team has agreed to pay $40,000 to convert four municipal lots into parking for residents living around the stadium.
The 2012 baseball season hasn’t even begun but the Miami Marlins have already scored a home run—not on the field, but in the kitchen.
The Miami Marlins President has been in hot water since an article surfaced this week quoting him saying “We’re not the smartest people in Miami,” a quote he adamantly denied.
The Miami Marlins have both been a source of pride and a national embarrassment. The team has a brand new stadium, new roster, and the same old attitude towards local fans.
The Miami Marlins are now just a little over a month away from opening their brand new ballpark and when it does open, it’s going to have some serious star power for the opening night festivities.
The Miami Marlins haven’t been afraid to spend big money during the offseason, but they were hoping they might save a little on pitcher Anibal Sanchez.
The Miami Marlins can’t “play ball” without a field but that all changed Thursday when crews began rolling out the playing field for Miami’s new Major League Baseball park.
A day after CBS4 News revealed that an inspector on the new Marlins ballpark falsified records concerning critical welds supporting the retractable roof, city officials announced plans to increase their oversight of the project.
Roy Fastabend has been a welder for 35 years and a certified inspector for the last fifteen. It was his job to make sure the columns and beams connected to the retractable roof at the Marlins Stadium were constructed and welded correctly.