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Offishial news, 2/12/21: Marlins Park nearly ready for fans; radio host Monte Harrison

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Marlins Park prepping for return of fans

Although the sale of single-game tickets for 2021 Marlins home games continues to be delayed, the team has spent all winter insisting that in-person attendance will be permitted this coming season. The Opening Day bundle (which includes three games) and partial/full-season ticket plans have been available online for months.

A key step in “building guest confidence,” the Marlins announced Thursday that their ballpark is in the process of being awarded the WELL Health-Safety Rating.

Marlins Communications

Coinciding with this news, the team posted job listings for a handful of seasonal positions that will be based at Marlins Park (guest services event staff, ticket operations event staff, etc.).

We finally have start times for all of the home games, too. Sticking with the philosophy that went into the original 2020 schedule, the Marlins have moved up 16 weekday games from the traditional 7:10 p.m. ET to 6:40 to make them more convenient for young children.

Walk-off links

  • One more plug for The Offishial Show. Alex Krutchik, Daniel Rodriguez and I recorded it Wednesday night with a focus on Adam Duvall and Brandon Kintzler. Coming next week to the Fish Stripes podcast feed, we will have a special Marlins-related interview.