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  • colocolo
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    Interesting news from yesterday, prior to the SWEEP of The Nat's......

    Before roof can close, rain cancels BP in Miami

    http://miami.marlins.mlb.com/news/ar...k_mia&c_id=mia

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  • colocolo
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    for 19 frikken years, we were FORCED to drive North to nowhere land.....C'mon Broward commons..Lets start driving South !!!!

    The difference NOW is that we have a baseball stadium, and NOT a mammoth field of nothing !!!!! :cap:

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  • colocolo
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    Marlins say fences at ballpark won't be moving in .......


    http://sports.yahoo.com/news/marlins...8877--mlb.html

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  • colocolo
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    Next game I've got tickets to is in June, when the Rays visit Miami, but I'm sure I will be back there before..Trying to get a few friends together to go in May again.

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  • colocolo
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    Pictures from the Mets visit and loss for Saturday May 12, 2012.

    http://s623.photobucket.com/albums/tt312/Jano_Webon/

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  • colocolo
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    Was there today and got more pics....I really didnt even have to take pictures of the 2 HUGE columns on the South Side...I climbed up there, and there is blockage...Minimal but its there...Also from my seating section today in the outer right hand field there was blockage from the foul pole if you are in the Vista Section...So 98% of the seats are awesome, but it is not 100% perfect from every seat...
    But over the crap we had for 19 years. I take this one and Fly !!!!!

    And of course newer pics will make it here by tomorrow !!! No Doubt

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  • colocolo
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    Originally posted by colocolo View Post
    Whom ever wants to $tep up to the plate for the naming rights, more power to them.

    Marlins Park has to be the "Darling" of the MLB.
    And dont forget Folks, that as soon as someone with the CA$H comes to BAT....Marlins Park will most definetely have a new name...The SPONSOR helps pay the bills in a huge manner !!!!

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  • colocolo
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    Hopefully the roof will be opened this time, eventough rain in excessive amounts is forecasted for the entire S Fla weekend.

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  • colocolo
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    Goinn again this Sat 5-12...Mid day game vs the Mets...I will do my best to get pics by the huge concrete columns to acertain the amont of obstruction they present to the paying patrons in those Sections.

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  • colocolo
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    Originally posted by colocolo View Post
    In 2011 they averaged 19.000 fans at Timbaktu ????

    That is padded up and down and from side to side !!!!

    There is NO way the sum of all, divided by the home stands it could have averaged that many people..No way Jose.
    Maybe average of tickets SOLD, but that many people at that Hole with Walls that Robie built ??

    Never.

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  • colocolo
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    In 2011 they averaged 19.000 fans at Timbaktu ????

    That is padded up and down and from side to side !!!!

    There is NO way the sum of all, divided by the home stands it could have averaged that many people..No way Jose.

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  • colocolo
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    The Marlins president also blamed April's rainy weather for the difficulties with the grass, as the stadium roof was closed more than expected last month. The team may have to replace all the grass on the field before too long.

    "I would say the sod had as difficult an April as the team did," Samson told the Herald. He says the team remains confident it can keep grass alive in the retractable roof stadium.

    But if that fails, it seems like the team can afford to replace the sod every once in a while. Through 11 home games, the team is averaging attendance of 30,681, up 61 percent from 2011, when the team averaged attendance of 19,007. Their attendance numbers will likely improve when school gets out, as usually happens every season throughout MLB.

    And unlike their deal at Sun Life Stadium, where the team split gate proceeds with the Dolphins (the stadium's owners), the Marlins get to keep all the gate at Marlins Park. They'll need the dough if the outfield grass keeps dying.

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  • colocolo
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    Originally posted by colocolo View Post
    Sunday, April 29, 2012 . The Place ROCKS ...36,000 Fans as per the Marlins Website.




    So that people can see them in this here pages...

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  • colocolo
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    Whom ever wants to $tep up to the plate for the naming rights, more power to them.

    Marlins Park has to be the "Darling" of the MLB.

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  • Chef Bill
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    Originally posted by colocolo View Post
    I dont care about detractors and or jealouzy...Marlins Park its just unreal..I am sure they will be picking up lots more in revenue when the naming rights are sold...I hear in circles Apple might be up to it !!!!!

    Apple Park....sounds lovely :cap:
    They've sure got the bucks to do it. Or maybe Google...

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