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The Miami Marlins have made some changes since the end of last season, both to the team and the ballpark it calls home.

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The biggest player news of late is the signing of pitcher Wei-Yin Chen to an $80 million deal and the $50 million extension given to last season’s National League batting champion Dee Gordon.

Marlins Park is also undergoing some not-so-subtle changes, as the outfield walls are being moved in and lowered.

With all the news surrounding the team lately and spring training being right around the corner, lets revisit some of the more fun moments at Marlins Park since it opened in 2012.

Mother’s Day Treat: Giancarlo Stanton’s grand slam walkoff homerun against the Mets.

Scoreboard Breaker: Stanton cracks another grand slam, this time breaking a panel on the left field scoreboard.

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Closing Day No-No: Henderson Alvares tosses a no-hitter on the last day of the 2013 season.

Dee’s Wheels: Dee Gordon hits the first inside-the-park homerun in Marlins Park history.

The Great Sea Race: Every game fans can cheer on these random sea creatures as they race around the ballpark.

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