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.
It’s official: Miami has a new baseball team with a new home, but there are a lot of familiar faces. Say goodbye to the Florida Marlins, and say hello to the Miami Marlins.
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.
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.
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.
There are just seven games left for the Florida Marlins and their home at Sun Life Stadium. Once the final out is made on September 28th, the Florida Marlins will be no more.
Approximately one year away from Opening day in Little Havana, the new Marlins Ballpark is reaching another milestone- the installation of the last major structural piece of steel to be installed on the retractable roof.
Just over one year before the new Marlins stadium is scheduled to host its first game, the team is getting ready to show off a milestone in the construction process – the topping off of the signature retractable roof.
The Florida Marlins are warming up for the start of baseball season with two historic milestones on Tuesday.