The Miami Marlins blew up the roster, traded away every talented player not named Giancarlo Stanton, and left a bad taste in the mouths of taxpayers. But, the Marlins will still try to appeal to its fans at the team’s “Winter Warm Up” scheduled for February 9 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
When Josh Johnson throws out the first pitch of the first inning at Marlins Park Wednesday night, it will be the culmination of years of political wrangling and infighting with a brand new stadium, logo, and team.
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 time for speculation and talk has finally ended for the Miami Marlins. In less than 48 hours, the Marlins will take the field to open the regular season for the first time at Marlins Park.
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.
For Hanley Ramirez, at least, the Miami Marlins’ new home seems to be a hitter’s park.
For the first time in the history of Miami Marlins Park, a baseball game will be held at the stadium.
The Florida House of Representatives has decided to side with taxpayers in the city of Miami in a dispute over who will pay the property taxes on the new Marlins Park in Little Havana.
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.