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The Baseball Music Project

If you are a baseball and music lover who can't make it out to the game on Friday, there is another option.

No, it's not just an extended version of "Take Me Out to the Ballgame." The Baseball Music Project, founded in 2004, brings together the work of talented historians, writers, composers, arrangers, and performers to present a unique look at the sport. It uses an orchestra, 73 musicians strong, for propulsion and punctuation.


The Baseball Music Project, meanwhile, offers a sunnier version of the game's history, with carefully arranged versions of songs such as "The Baseball Polka" and "The Umpire Is a Most Unhappy Man." Don't worry: The vocal talent is major league.

If this something you might like to attend, here are the details:

A Celebration of our National Pastime through Music and Pictures.
Dave Winfield, Narrator and Host
with Musical Accompaniment by Florida Classical Orchestra

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Buy a ticket to The Baseball Music Project for $25 using the promo code MARLINS789 and get a free ticket to a Florida Marlins game! Redeem one ticket for The Baseball Musical Project at Dolphin Stadium Box Office (no cash value) and receive one free ($1 service fee) Bullpen Box ticket to any Marlins' Sunday - Thursday regular season home game. Limit two tickets per customer. Exp. 9/27/07. Cannot be combined with any other offer.

Being an aficionado of baseball music from the past, it is right up my alley and perhaps you will enjoy it too. If such is something you fancy, or you just want some exposure to the music, make your way to the Carnival Center.  You will be glad you did.