Marlins Park is not a particularly moody beauty. You can catch her at the annual home opener, when there’s an announced crowd of 34,439 and plenty of buzz, or on just about any other night of the season, when it’s entirely possible an entire row will present itself for your exclusive use.
Here is a look at the Miami Marlins 2013 promotion schedule. This does not include Groupon offers, and still the Marlins are practically giving away tickets.
This year, Miami decided to use different brands of turf at Marlins Park than they did in the 2012 season. The new field is noticeably greener and slicker, and the players are working on getting used to it.
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The Miami Marlins put up a remarkably low attendance mark for their second home game of the season, as attendance dropped from 34,439 in the home opener to just 14,222 last night. Surprisingly, this is one of their smallest drop-offs in team history.
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