#27: Marlins Park, Miami Marlins

Number of Visits: 2 (2013 & 2016)

With Amy on our honeymoon!
With Amy on our honeymoon!

The ballpark is in a neighborhood a few miles away from the hustle and bustle of Miami. Inside, unique colors are bold, which I found distracting. The walls are painted lime green, mixed with blue and red tiles. Overall, I was disappointed for such a large investment. The retractable roof is perfect for weather delays and to relax in an air-conditioned environment on a hot summer’s day. If they ever decide to update the park with classic ballpark colors, it would appear less gaudy. I understand they want to capture the flavor of Miami, but it really is overboard. Until they do some painting, this ballpark will stay near the bottom of the list. However, they have a neat bobble-head museum on the concourse level.

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Clara’s first baseball game. Matt Harvey vs. Jose Fernandez in 2016.
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