Found March 01, 2012 on No Guts, No Glory:
TEAMS: Miami Marlins
We won’t know until summer is in full swing how good these new Miami Marlins will be, but thanks to the Miami Herald we now know that their ballpark is simply beautiful. There’s no sign of the aquarium that doubles as a backstop, but everything a player or fan would ever need at the ballpark is there. No comes the question, will this entice fans to come out to the ballpark to support their Marlins?Now comes the answer, no. But at least those fans dressed as empty seats will look nice and shiny on television.marlins-park1 ◄ Back Next ►Picture 1 of 10
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