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Marlins Park



Park Name: Marlins Park
Tenants: Miami Marlins (National League)

Opened: 2012
Address: 501 Marlins Way, Miami, Florida 33125
Dimensions: 344' (L), 407' (C), 335' (R)


The roof at Marlins Park opens up by sliding over the main entry plaza, creating a canopy over the ballpark gate.


The ballpark was built on the former site of the Orange Bowl football stadium, and sculptures outside the third base gate show the former stadium's marquee lettering as if it had fallen from the building during demolition.


The view from behind home plate at Marlins Park.


The view from down the first base line.


The view from down the third base line.


The grandstand at Marlins Park, as seen from center field.


The pressbox and luxury suites behind home plate.


The upper deck at Marlins Park. As the team does not draw very well they rarely sell seats on the top level.


The backstop behind home plate features fish tanks with live fish in them.


Box seats at the bottom of the seating bowl are separated from the rest of the grandstand by a tiled walkway.


The right field bleachers feature two decks of seating.


The left field stands, a much smaller seating section than in right.


The Clevelander, a working night club, sits behind the fence in left center field. It features live music and a pool for fans to use during games.


Table seating at the Clevelander looks out onto the field from behind the left field wall.


Tabletop seating is also located underneath the bleachers behind the left field fence.


The ballpark features several bar areas along the concourse.


The concourse at seating areas at Marlins Park are covered in colored tiles, with each corner of the park having its own color. Areas between sections feature transitions in the tiles.


Support poles along the concourse feature photos depicting the day's Marlins starting lineup.


A mural along the concourse celebrates the history of the Orange Bowl stadium that once stood on the ballpark site.


The park features a Bobblehead Museum, which showcases bobblehead giveaways from each major league team. The entire case shakes, bobbling every one.


A giant art piece celebrating the city of Miami sits behind the center field wall and lights up and rotates when the Marlins hit a home run.


A set for Marlins pre-game television sits behind the sculpture on the outfield concourse.


Marlins Park features a live DJ on the concourse behind the left field foul pole.


The retractable roof, often closed to protect fans from the hot and humid weather of Little Havana.


The large window in left field is also retractable, and opens when the roof does.


The view of downtown Miami from the left field window.


The curves and corners of the outfield wall at Marlins Park.


The outfield fence rises in height in front of the home bullpen in right field.


The huge scoreboard hangs over the field in the right field corner.


The outfield wall lowers in height in front of the visitor's bullpen, and a secondary scoreboard hangs over the left field corner of the park.


The Miami Marlins on the field during a game at Marlins Park.


The art piece in center field is activated following a Marlin home run.





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