Miami Marlins Tickets – The New Marlins

by on March 11, 2012 updated April 19, 2014

Miami Marlins Tickets
It’s a brand new year in the MLB and the Miami Marlins tickets are falling right in with the newness factor. heading into 2012 the Miami Marlins will be enjoying the amenities of a brand new stadium. The New Marlins Ballpark will seat 73,000 baseball fans, bringing Marlins ticket holders a better view of a team that has a new sparkle. They should be able to watch baseball in comfort. Marlins Ballpark has a retractable roof for stormy days and when the sun is shining, hey, let it shine.
After an intense barrage of courting the top free agents in baseball the Miami Marlins ended up with Jose Reyes, Mark Buehrle, and Heath Bell. Signing all these players punished the Marlins payroll account to the tune of almost $200 million but it also breathes new life into the franchise. The Marlins have seemingly cut ties with their past, hoping to improve on their low attendance and get Florida baseball fans into the stands on summer evenings.
As far as the team goes, look for Jose Reyes, an All Star shortstop, to be the man at the top of the order. Reyes bats from both sides and can blaze between bases. From the mound Mark Buehrle should fall into the rotation after Josh Johnson, providing a change of pace that includes pinpoint accuracy and pitching savvy. Heat Bell is a gamble but if he’s healthy he should provide a boost to the relief side.
Overall, things are on the upswing for Miami Marlins tickets. The changes in atmosphere and in the roster send the message that the Miami Marlins intend to become a major player in the National League East.

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