The Miami Marlins messed up quite a few things in the last few years. But you’d hope they could get the date right on the team’s first no-hitter in Marlins Park, but you’d be wrong.
By this point in the franchise’s history, nothing the Miami Marlins try to get fans out to Marlins Park is that surprising. Still, sometimes it appears the powers that be in charge of the Marlins may be ready to try out for the sequel to ‘Dumb & Dumber.’
Crews are polishing the Marlins Ballpark, prepping for a second season in Little Havana. Opening day will be historic for the team, especially how they fill the seats.
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.
There comes a time when a team hits rock bottom in a season that started full of promise and descended into misery. For the Miami Marlins, Wednesday may be the day the team hit rock bottom this year.
Miami Marlins fans looking to see Jose Reyes, Hanley Ramirez, and others in action at the new Marlins Park should circle Saturday on the calendar.
If you want to be one of the select few, who will get the first chance to see the Miami Marlins take on a Major League team in the new Marlins Park, circle February 18 on your calendar.
The Miami Marlins are about to embark on their most anticipated seasons in years and Wednesday the team finally revealed when fans can get their hands on single-game tickets.