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The Miami Marlins just cannot seem to get any steam going. On the eve of a lengthy road trip against the Tampa Bay Rays and Atlanta Braves, they were unable to get in a final home victory against the visiting Rays. Although the Marlins were able to fight their way back from a 3-0 deficit in the sixth inning, the effort just wasn’t enough. Miami ultimately lost the match at home 4-3. They are sure to need all the support they get when they return from their road trip, so be at Marlins Park on Monday, May 30 when they play the Pittsburgh Pirates. Tickets are available for $3 and up.
The Miami Marlins have started to cool off in recent games, adding three losses to bring their record down to 17-14. Yesterday was especially painful for the Marlins, who are currently at home facing the Milwaukee Brewers. Although Miami was up 2-1 in the bottom of the third inning, they couldn’t hold back the Brewers any longer. Milwaukee went on an epic scoring spree in the fourth, sixth, and ninth inning to win the game handily 10-2. The home crowd was left stunned. Come find out if the Marlins can rally for tonight’s final matchup against the Brewers. Tickets are still available at prices starting as low as just $3.
Last night was an epic occasion for the Miami Marlins, who have been struggling to get any momentum going in the 2016 MLB season. Not only did they face the formidable Los Angeles Dodges, but they also did so in hostile territory at Dodger Stadium. The Marlins struck first in the top of the fourth inning with a single run, however the Dodgers managed to answer with two runs of their own in the bottom of the fourth. Although Miami may have felt defeated in that moment, they managed to score two more runs in the fifth and six innings and ultimately upset the home team. Tickets to their next home game on May 3 against the Diamondbacks are $3.
The Miami Marlins ended their Spring Training games with three cancelled games, two wins and a loss against the Cardinals on March 30. They have headed home and host the New York Yankees in a pair of exhibition games on April 1 and 2. Then, they host the Tiers in their home opener on April 5 as the official start of the season begins. After two games with the Tigers, the Marlins head to Washington to play the Nationals for a three game series starting on April 7. You can still get tickets for all the Marlins' games so that you can see the action in person. Prices to the home opener start at $17.
3/16/16 - The wait is almost over for fans of the Miami Marlins. With the home opener on April 5th, there is less than three weeks remaining before the official season starts again. You can attend the home opener and cheer the Marlins on to a great season for just $18. There is no need to wait that long, however. If you just need to scratch your Miami Marlins itch, be sure to get tickets for a preseason game, currently happening nearly every day. Up next, the Marlins will be hosting the Detroit Tiger, who will also be their opponents in the home opener. Tickets for the March 19th matchup are available starting at just $37.
9/23/15 - The Miami Marlins have been fighting to get out of a four-game losing streak they were suffering from just last weekend. During their match up against the Philadelphia Phillies on September 23, the Marlins pulled out all of the stops and beat the Phillies 4-3. This game was nothing short of exciting as the Marlins pushed it into a full eleven innings. Thanks to the quick grab from Dee Gordon, from the Marlins, they were able to put a stop to the Phillies in the top of the eleventh. The Marlins, Justin Bour received the perfect pitch in the eleventh inning and launched a home run to win the game. Watch the Marlins hit the green grass against the Atlanta Braves on September 25. Tickets are still available to purchase.
9/16/15 - After breaking their four game winning streak with two losses, the Miami Marlins are on their way to another winning streak. They lost the first game of three against the Mets, but then came back to win the next two to take the series. The second night, they easily beat the Mets 9-3, largely thanks to three runs in the fourth and fifth innings. The next night they made sure they would beat the Mets by shutting them out and scoring six runs of their own. The Marlins may not have any real hope for a post season this year, but they can hurt the chances of other teams, similar to what they did to the Mets. Their next opponents are the Nationals for a four game series that starts on the 17th. Tickets remain available for $2.
9/9/15 - The Miami Marlins may be third in their division, but that will al change if they keep winning as much as they are. After their four-game winning streak last week, the Marlins have not been able to build up a very long winning streak, but they are still winning far more matches than they are losing. In fact, out of their last nine games, they came away with a strong victory in seven. Their record is 59-81, so they have a long way to go, but for the moment, the Marlins are on a roll. Only one home set remains before they head out on the road again, so be sure to catch them in action while you can. These upcoming games against the Washington Nationals promise to be exciting.
9/3/15 - The Miami Marlins haven’t had the season they were hoping for. However, the team has been on a roll the past few days, sweeping the Atlanta Braves in their three-game series. The Marlins played well offensively during all three games and didn’t give the Braves the chance to catch them on the scoreboard. During their last match up on September 2, both teams scored early on in the second and third innings leaving the Braves ahead by one run. Thanks to the Marlins producing offense and on point defense, the Braves were unable to score the rest of the game which gave the Marlins their third and final win against the Braves. Watch them live when they hit the field against the Mets starting on September 4. Tickets are available for $19 each.
8/25/15 - After losing four consecutive games, the Miami Marlins finally had a win when they faced the Pirates in game two of a four game series. The Pirates were first to score off of an RBI single during the first inning. In the fourth inning, the Marlins tied the game with an RBI double by Justin Bour. A single by J.T. Realmuto turned into an RBI double after an error in the center field. Doubles by Martin Prado, Bour, and Christian Yelich all drove in runs to ensure the win. The two teams play again on the 26th and 27th, and then the Marlins head to Washington to play the Nationals. You still have a chance to see the action in person by purchasing tickets on Razorgator for as little as $10.
8/20/15 - Winners of six out of their last eight games, the Miami Marlins are picking up a bit of steam in the NL East division this week. The Fish picked up their 49th win of the yeah behind a four-hit outing from Ichiro Suzuki, his first in more than two seasons. The celebrated Japanese star recently surpassed the legendary Ty Cobb in hits at the professional level, amassing 4,192 total between Japan and Major League Baseball in the states. Suzuki remains a fan favorite as he enters the final stages of his storied career, and it’s the perfect time to catch one of your last glimpses of this Hall of Famer in the making. Come out to Marlins Park when the Pirates come to town on Monday night—seats start at just $17!
8/12/15 - It’s the point in the season when teams that don’t appear to be playoff-bound start to look for other positives. For the Miami Marlins, a recent three-game winning streak—including a 14-6 thrashing of the Red Sox—is good enough for now. The Fish have had another rough season, thanks in large part to injuries and coaching staff upheaval. Their big win over Boston lifted their season record to 46-68, good for fourth place in the NL East. Miami plays three this weekend in St. Louis versus the Cards at Busch Stadium, followed by a three-game series with the Brewers beginning Monday evening. Tickets are on sale for the Marlins vs. the Brew Crew right now starting at just $4! Get your seats for Miller Park today!
8/5/15 - The Miami Marlins are in one of the worst slump so far this season. Fans were hoping they would be able to score some victories before leaving Miami, but the Marlins could not pull it off. They did manage to end their four-game losing streak, however, taking a tight win over the San Diego Padres on August 2nd with five runs. Unfortunately, their momentum did not stick as the Marlins have lost each matchup since then. They just hit the road to take on the Atlanta Braves in some away games, which may help them to change up their strategy, but now they must deal with playing without the home field advantage. They may have to wait until they return to Miami on August 11th to start dominating again.
7/29/15 - The Miami Marlins ended a three game losing streak when they beat the Nationals in the first of a three game series. The Nationals were the first to score, with a run in the second inning. However, the Marlins tied the game in the fifth. Two runs in the sixth and another in the seventh secured the 4-1 victory. Dee Gordon, back from an injury, hit a triple and was the one to score the go ahead run. Jose Fernandez started on the mound, taking the win. He allowed four walks, but was still able to hold the Nationals to just one run in the six innings he pitched. The two teams meet again on the 29th and 30th, and you can still get tickets to watch it live. Ticket prices start at $18.
7/22/15 - After beating the Reds for three of the four games in the series, the Miami Marlins experienced a four game losing streak. They lost all three games against the Phillies before heading to Arizona to play the Diamondbacks where they lost the first of three games. The next night, they were able to break the losing streak with a 3-0 shut out. Mat Latos was on the mound for seven innings. Mike Morse hit a homer, and Christian Yelich also was able to get some hits to help the Marlins secure the victory. The two teams meet one more time on the 22nd, and then the Marlins head to San Diego for a four game series against the Padres starting July 23. You can still get tickets for as low as $17.
7/14/15 - This most recent set for the Miami Marlins was one of their most impressive this season. They were able to dominate their opponents, the Cincinnati Reds. Even though the Marlins did fail to score on one game, they shut out the Reds in the set's opener, scored eight runs on July 12th, and racked up an unbelievable 14 runs on the 11th's game. They are now preparing to travel to Philadelphia as their series of away games begins. Before returning on July 28th, the Marlins will take on the Phillies, the Arizona Diamondbacks, and the San Diego Padres, all of which are tough opponents. Be sure to keep your eye on the Marlins and get your tickets for their homecoming when they host the Washington Nationals. Tickets start at $22.
7/8/15 - Even with power-hitter Giancarlo Stanton injured for this year’s All-Star Game, the Miami Marlins will still have an active representative in Cincinnati next week: the electrifying Dee Gordon. The speedster second baseman will make his second such appearance, a nice bright spot for a team that hasn’t played to their potential so far this season. Prior to the mid-summer break, the Fish will play host to All-Star third baseman Todd Frazier and the Reds this weekend, another team that’s been scratching to get out of the basement in the National League standings. Tickets are on sale now for each of the four games in the series, starting at $19 for Friday night, $17 for Saturday’s mid-day game, or $22 for Sunday’s matinee match-up. Claim your seats now!
7/1/15 - Four wins in their last five including a sweep of the defending world champs has the Miami Marlins feeling pretty good about themselves. The streak includes consecutive one-run wins, 6-5 and 5-4 to wrap the series at Marlins Park. Perhaps most impressive about the Marlins’ current run is that they’re doing it without superstar slugger Giancarlo Stanton, who’s out for four to six weeks following wrist surgery. Next up for the Fish is a weekend set versus the Cubs at Wrigley Field before they head to another historic ballpark in Boston for interleague play at Fenway starting on 7/7. Secure your seats for Marlins vs. Red Sox now! Tickets are on sale for Tuesday night starting at $17, or be a part of the action Wednesday evening with seats from $21.
6/24/15 - After a strong start against the Yankees, the Miami Marlins ended up drawing the series 2-2, and they have yet to pick back up their momentum. They went one for two against the Reds, and have lost the first of three against the Cardinals. The Marlins started off strong against the Cardinals. Giancarlo Stanton had his 26th home run this season in the first inning when he brought in two runs, and then Adeiny Hechavarria had an RBI single in the second inning to bring them ahead 3-0. However, the Cardinals tied the game up in the fourth and got the go ahead run in the seventh. Tickets are still available for the other two games in the Cardinals series on the 24th and 25th, as well as the rest of the season, with prices starting at $25.
6/16/15 - The Marlins are picking up speed with a two-game winning streak against the Yankees. The series continues in New York and the Marlins’ fans are hoping for a sweep. In Tuesday’s game, the Marlins came out strong with eight runs in the first inning, which is a franchise record. In the fifth, Giancarlo Stanton homered and brought in two runs. With another run in the eighth, the Marlins won with a 2-12 score. The next home game series for the Marlins opens on Tuesday (6/23) against the St. Louis Cardinals. Tickets are on sale now for this evening game, starting at $24. You’ll want to grab your seats now for one of these weekday evening games and come out to show your support for the home team.
6/11/15 - After going 2-4 on their recent six-game road trip, the Miami Marlins might be ready for a little home cooking. The Blue Jays swept Miami in Toronto, taking the third and final game 7-2 behind four home runs—including back-to-back jacks on two separate occasions. Tom Koehler took the loss, his fourth in a season which has mostly seen the Marlins hovering around last place in the NL West. Miami has won their last two series at home, however, and will look to add on when the Rockies come to town for a weekend set. Tickets are on sale now for each game of the series with Friday night seats starting at $15! Get in for Saturday afternoon’s matchup starting at $21 or come out for the early bird game on Sunday with tickets from $16.
6/3/15 - The Miami Marlins are on a two-game winning streak, picking up games against the Cubs and gaining momentum in their season. In Wednesday’s game, the Marlins came out strong with four runs in the second, manager Dan Jennings got tossed out of the game, and in the sixth inning, both benches cleared in a confrontation led by Jose Fernandez. The final score 3-7 showed that the Marlins still have some spark left in their game. The Marlins are out on the road until Thursday (6/11) when they come back home to host the Colorado Rockies in four games. You’ll want to get your tickets now before they’re gone. Prices for Friday’s game start at $20, and there are plenty of great seats available for all of the games.
5/25/15 - The first half of their current road trip hasn’t been very much fun for the Miami Marlins, who were swept in Pittsburgh by a combined 14-4 runs across three games. Having led for just the first inning of the series opener, Miami came out ready again on Wednesday and held a 2-0 lead heading into the bottom of the seventh. In the final half of the frame, though, the Pirates exploded for five runs behind three RBI singles plus an unearned run walked in with the bases loaded. The Marlins will look to put the series behind them as they move on to New York to tangle with the Mets at Citi Field. Seats for each of the weekend’s three games start at just $12!
5/19/15 - The Miami Marlins are now half way through their series of home games and their slump continues. Their last victory was on May 13th, their final away game before returning to Miami. While things are looking bad for the Marlins, they are absolutely not too far gone. They are, after all, only one win behind the fourth place team in the NL Eastern Division, the Philadelphia Phillies. The Marlins only fell short of the Arizona Diamondbacks by one and two points respectively in their last two meets. They are due for an upset soon, so be sure to keep an eye on the Marlins. Tickets for May 21st's game still are available for only $13. Soon the Marlins will be taking on the Baltimore Orioles, which may be their best chance to make a comeback.
5/12/15 - With ten upcoming home games at Marlins Park over the next two weeks, fans of the Miami Marlins will have plenty of opportunities to catch their favorite team. The Marlins are on a three-game losing streak, not faring well while they’re in Los Angeles against the Dodgers. In Tuesday’s game, the Dodgers gave up one run in the first inning for Miami, but then came back strong earning 11 runs in just four innings. The final score of 1-11 was a disappointing finish for the Marlins. This weekend, they host the Atlanta Braves. You can still get great seats for Friday’s (5/15) opening game of the three-game series, starting at $23. On Monday (5/18), the Marlins host the Arizona Diamondbacks for four games throughout the week. Come out and root for the home team!
5/5/15 - After a rocky start to the season, it looks like the Miami Marlins have found their groove. While they still have not managed to get into the positive as far as their wins/losses are concerned, they just finished up a four game winning streak, winning the majority of their matchups against the Philadelphia Phillies and the New York Mets. Unfortunately, when they took on the Washington Nationals, the Marlins were unable to beat them out, losing 4-6. Fans will have to wait and see how they fare in the rest of the set. The loss puts them at 12-14 and 3rd in the NL Eastern Division. They will not return to their home field in Miami until May 15th, but you can already got your tickets for their homecoming, starting at $14.
4/28/15 - This year’s Miami Marlins have been a tough team to figure out. After opening 1-6 at home with a sweep by the Braves and losses to the Tampa Bay Rays, the Marlins won two back-to-back in Atlanta before suffering a four-game sweep at the hands of the resurgent New York Mets. Miami responded by winning five straight before their streak was snapped by—you guessed it—those marvelous Mets. The Marlins responded again on Tuesday night, powering past New York 4-3 on Michael Morse’s RBI single in the bottom of the eighth. The rubber game takes place on Wednesday night at Marlins Park in Florida, and you can be a part of the action starting at $30! Don’t wait though, because ticket supplies are limited!
4/23/15 - The Miami Marlins need a win after losing five in a row. Four of their losses occurred in the four game series against the New York Mets. The Marlins' latest loss occurred in the first of three games against the Phillies that began on April 21. The Phillies got the lead early with two runs in the second inning. The Marlins came back, with a homer by Giancarlo Stanton in the fourth inning and two more runs in the next inning to take the lead. However, the Phillies rallied in the sixth and seventh innings, scoring five more runs to win 7-3. The Marlins will be looking to turn things around on the 22nd when they face the Phillies again. Tickets remain on sale, with prices as low as $17.
4/16/15 - The Miami Marlins came back from losing against the Atlanta Braves on Monday, April 13 to defeat them 8-2 the following day. The Marlins started out the game strong, with three runs in the first inning. Giancarlo Stanton helped out, going 3 for 3, stealing a base, and getting two walks. He also drove in four runs. Dee Gordon also helped the team win by hitting a sacrifice fly in the sixth-inning that drove in two runs. Tom Koehler, who started on the mound for the Marlins, only allowed six hits over the 5 and a third innings he played. The two teams have one more game in this series. Then, the Marlins head to New York to play the Mets on Thursday, April 16 for a four-day series. Tickets remain available, starting at $10.
4/7/15 - Even though the Miami Marlins had the home crowd advantage on Opening Day 2015, they didn’t fare so well against the Braves. Pitcher Henderson Alvarez did his best allowing just two runs for six hits, but the Marlins couldn’t make up another run after the Braves took the lead at 2-1 in the sixth inning. This weekend brings a three games series against the Tampa Bay Rays, beginning with an evening game on Friday (4/10). Tickets start at $26. Saturday offers a late afternoon game, and with tickets starting at $26, you can come out and enjoy America’s favorite game. Wrap up your Sunday afternoon with the final game in this series against the Rays. Enjoy a relaxing game of baseball with your buddies with cold drinks and great food.
3/31/15 - The Miami Marlins have a 13-12 record in the Grapefruit League with one final game before heading home to Marlins Park for Opening Day 2015. The Marlins won Tuesday’s game against the St. Louis Cardinals after coming out strong with two runs in the first two innings, giving them a lead until the seventh inning. The Marlins picked up another run in the ninth, which gave them a 3-2 final score. On Monday (4/6), the Marlins host the Atlanta Braves for the first game in a series of three to open the MLB Season. The Braves will be in Miami for games on Tuesday and Wednesday. Tickets for Monday’s game start at $34, and for Tuesday and Wednesday, tickets start at $17 for each day. Come out to field to catch America’s favorite game.
3/24/15 - The Grapefruit League is wrapping up this week, and the Miami Marlins have an 11-10 record. If you’re in the Jupiter, Florida area, don’t miss out on the Marlins’ final spring training home games. Saturday (3/28) features the Houston Astros as the visitors. Tickets start at $24. Your final chance to see the Marlins at Roger Dean Stadium in 2015 is against the Washington Nationals on Wednesday (4/1). Marlins pitcher Henderson Alvarez looks to be first up in the rotation for opening day when the Marlins play the Braves, but manager Mike Redmond has not made the formal announcement. Injury could change their rotation order. The Marlins haven’t been plagued by injury this spring, but one of their players, Jarred Cosart, is under investigation for gambling tweets.
3/17/15 - The Miami Marlins have the best record in the Grapefruit League at 8-3. In Sunday’s game against the Detroit Tigers, Miami pitcher Dan Haren had four scoreless innings, giving the Marlins a 4-2 win. He gave up two hits, but was saved by a double play in the third inning. Catch the Marlins during spring training when you get your tickets to one of these great games. On Friday (3/20), the Atlanta Braves play the Marlins. Tickets start at $17. Cap off your weekend with a Sunday (3/22) game against the Minnesota Twins. Prices begin at $29 for great seats. Monday, the Marlins host the New York Mets, and on Tuesday, it’s the Boston Red Sox. Enjoy some great baseball and teamwork when you come down to the stadium.
3/11/15 - With just six games down in the Grapefruit League, the Miami Marlins have a 4-2 record. They’re on a two game winning streak with wins against the New York Mets and Washington Nationals. The Marlins had six runs in the second inning in the game with the Mets, then another three runs in the third and eighth innings. They blew away the Mets with a 13-2 final score. On Friday (3/13), the Marlins host the St. Louis Cardinals. You can get tickets starting at $70. On Sunday, it’s the Detroit Tigers. Tickets start at $62. They have a game on Tuesday (3/17) against the St. Louis Cardinals, and on Wednesday they face the Nationals again. Enjoy some great baseball when you come out to Roger Dean Stadium.
3/3/15 - The Miami Marlins are looking at July 16 for to get Jose Fernandez back in the game, but he did get back onto the mound for practice. According to the reports he’s at 50-55 percent of his pre-surgery velocity. He’s been out of baseball since a surgery in May, 2014. The Marlins got two new right-handed pitchers, Mat Latos and Dan Haren, to help their rotation. Their upcoming games in the Grapefruit League are at Roger Dean Stadium in Jupiter, Florida. Thursday (3/5), they host the St. Louis Cardinals. Tickets start at $42. Saturday (3/10) brings the New York Mets to the Stadium. With tickets starting at $32, it’s a great way to spend the afternoon. On Tuesday (3/10), come out for the Washington Nationals. Tickets start at $19.
2/13/15 - If you are a Marlins fan, you are in luck. The Miami Marlins start their preseason earlier than almost any other team. You only have to wait until March 2nd, barely more than two weeks, to see them in action for the 2015 season. They will be taking on the Florida International Golden Panthers and tickets range from $33 to just $1. The action does not stop, however, and the Marlins go right into a game against the University of Miami Hurricanes on March 3rd. The Miami home opener will be on April 6th against the Atlanta Braves. You will have three different opportunities to see these two teams face off, with tickets going for $50 for the first night, and around $20 for the last two.
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