Miami is reportedly suing a season ticket holder for failing to pay for two seasons worth of tickets, according to Forbes' Darren Heitner.
The case reportedly was filed over a year ago but has not discussed until this point. That could indicate the Marlins now have a desire to work toward a resolution.
Most notably, several documents have been requested:
Axelband has served a first request for production of documents in conjunction with his filing of a motion to dismiss the action. Among Axelband’s requests is that the Marlins provide a copy of any and all profit and loss statements for 2011 and 2012 and all financial documents, including but not limited to tax returns, state and federal for the plaintiff for 2011 and 2012.
Miami is having a fair amount of success on the field, so it's unlikely this serves as any kind of a distraction. However, it might attract the eyes of fans with interest in ending their season ticket deals.