Miami Marlins Tickets

The city that has been nicknamed as the ‘Magic City’ is all set for another season of the beautiful game. It just does not get any better for the residents of the beautiful and vivacious city of Miami. And now this is the chance for you to be a part of the fun and excitement as Miami is all geared up to support its favorite baseball home team. Looking fired up this season, the Miami Marlins are all set to take on their tough competitors from the Eastern Division in the national League of Major League Baseball. Be sure not to miss any of the high octane action, buy your Miami Marlins tickets as soon as possible.

If American Football has drives, then baseball has moments. Baseball's drama builds with every inning and there are moments in between when everything changes. There is an enduring suspense when the pitcher takes time to throw the ball. Endless possibilities follow next which are inherent with every pitch. The Florida Marlins are a professional baseball team founded in 1993 that is worth seeing in action this season. Based in Miami, Florida, the club plays in the Eastern Division of MLB's National League. Presently, the Sun Life Stadium is the home ground of the Marlins where the University of Miami football team and the Miami Dolphins also play.

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The beautiful city of Miami is the perfect setting for those who love a bit of sun as they enjoy America’s favorite past time. Baseball is without a doubt, one of the most favorite pastimes not just in the United States but around many parts of the world. Fans from around the world are ecstatic as they know that the Miami Marlins always deliver an entertaining performance each time they step on to the field.

Hailing from the lovely city of Miami, Florida, the Marlins have made a name for themselves the MLB. The Marlins have a proud history which goes all the way back to 1939 which was their first season in the league. At that time they were known as the Florida Marlins and their home stadium used to be the Sun Life Stadium. The Marlins continued to play their home games in that stadium until 2011 when they moved into the new and more aptly named Marlins Park. This is your opportunity to be a part of all the excitement and fun in the newly established Marlins Park. Buy Miami Marlins tickets and support your team.

Fans of the Marlins are aware that their team has the unique place in history of being the only team to have the perfect record in the postseason. The Miami Marlins are the only team to have gone all the way and win the World Series championship on both the occasions when they made it to the postseason. This happened in the 1997 and the more recent 2003 postseason. What makes it even more noteworthy is the fact that on both these occasions, the Marlins were chosen as the wild card team in the National League.

The Miami Marlins are also the pioneers in introducing a dancing and cheering team for their club. They are known as the Marlins Mermaids and are very popular both with the players and fans. In fact, the trend has caught on with the rest of the league too and now they also have their cheer and dance squads.

Another interesting fact about the 2003 World Series championship was the fact that the Marlins had to adopt the playing style of a new manager when their previous one Jeff Torborg was replaced. Thirty eight games into the season the much older and more experienced Jack McKeon was brought in and the rest as they say is history.  With a dismal record of 16-22 in the first 38 games, McKeon led the recharged Marlins back into the wild card spot. In what would be the perfect ending to a sports version of a fairy tale, the underdogs upstaged the much hyped New York Yankees in six games to take the coveted World Series for the second time in their history. Now you too can be a part of this great baseball club. Buy Miami Marlins tickets to support and root for them as they take on their opponents in the MLB.

2017 MLB season is just around the corner and the players are due to report at the spring training session. Early in the 2016 season, the Miami Marlins seemed to be going strong and it even looked like they would compete for the wildcard spot. A weak offense and injuries to the key players stopped short their run in the league. Perhaps the biggest blow was the tragic death of their ace pitcher Jose Fernandez, who met a boating accident. The Marlins had been active in the offseason, acquiring big replacements and mostly trying to strengthen the offense. The Fish seem to have a young roster in place, with a lot of value and it’s enough to spur the sales of Miami Marlins tickets. 

Miami Marlins Rivals

Tampa Bay Rays

The Miami Marlins have a strong rivalry with the Tampa Bay Rays. The games between these two teams are also known as the Citrus Series. The two sides have dished up plenty of exciting games too. They met for the first time on June 22, 1998 at the Tropicana Field in a game that was won by the Marlins 3-2.

The head-to-head record in terms of games won is quite close between the Marlins and the Rays too. As of May 7, 2018 these two franchises have played each other on 107 occasions. The Marlins have come out on top in 52 encounters whereas the Rays have won fifty five clashes.

The new season is now underway and these two teams will face off once again. It will be very interesting to see how it goes the next time they square-off.

Miami Marlins Depth Chart


The Florida Marlins have reached the postseason only two times, winning the World Series both times (1997, 2003). As the National League Wild Card, they have won the playoffs twice, however they have achieved first place in their division. The Marlins are also on record as the only team to win all of their postseason series to date. Plan is underway for a multi-million ballpark to be built in the city of Miami for the Marlins. The Marlins will be known as the "Miami Marlins"" when their new ballpark opens in 2012. The Marlins take their name from a former minor league team in Miami with the same name, and basically the name is derived from the fish species. The team is known by the nickname "The Fish".

The Florida Marlins recruited Clemente Nunez, a 16-year old Dominican in December 1991 thus making their first-ever signing. Then in June 1992, the University of Miami representative catcher Charles Johnson was selected as their first-ever first round draft pick. Rene Lachemann was the team's first manager who had prior experience of coaching the Milwaukee Brewers and the Seattle Mariners, having played as a catcher also. Lachemann was at that time was managing the Oakland Athletics as a third base coach. The initial lineup of players was developed by the team for the Expansion Draft in the 1992 MLB.

The first game played by the Florida Marlins in their inauguration session was against the Houston Astros where they emerged winners with a 12-8 score. The game was played at the Cocoa Expo Sports Complex before a cheering crowd of 6,696 where the first homer by Florida was hit by Jeff Conine. Their first win was however against the Dodgers in April 1993 with Charlie Hough serving as their starting pitcher. An impressive score of 4-4 was achieved by their star player Jeff Conine with the crowd going crazy over him. Conine was nicknamed "Mr. Marlin" at the end of his tenure with Florida.

The team's first All-Star Game selections were Bryan Harvey and Gary Sheffield. The team secured an attendance of 3,064,847 in the year during which they succeeded the last-place New York Mets by finishing five games. Third baseman Gary Sheffield from San Diego Padres was brought in by the Marlins in exchange for their Trevor Hoffman. Sheffield gave an extraordinary performance as one of the Marlins enhancing the team's image while gaining the status of an all-star himself. With the culmination of 1993 season, the club got its second President in its history, Donald A. Smiley. The 1994 season saw the Marlins finishing last (51-64) in their division, while the fell in fourth place in 1995 with 67-76. Some strategic measures were adopted for the good of the team in 1996 with the director of player development, John Boles replacing Lachemann as the manager of the team.

The Marlins were in preparation for a move to their new ballpark, which was announced in a statement given in January 2010. Captivating moments in the baseball field await you this year. Realize your passions by securing Florida Marlins Tickets!

DEPTH CHART
POSITION STARTER 2nd 3rd 4th 5th
CatcherBryan HoladayTomas TelisChad Wallach  
First BaseJustin Bour    
Second BaseStarlin CastroDerek DietrichMiguel Rojas  
Third BaseBrian AndersonDerek Dietrich   
ShortstopMiguel RojasYadiel Rivera   
Left FieldDerek DietrichBraxton Lee   
Center FieldLewis BrinsonBraxton Lee   
Right FieldCameron MaybinBraxton Lee   
Starting PitcherDan StrailyDillon PetersCaleb SmithTrevor RichardsJarlin Garcia
Relief PitcherJunichi TazawaKyle BarracloughDrew SteckenriderTayron GuerreroOdrisamer Despaigne
CloserBrad Ziegler    
Batting Leaders
BATTING AVGHOME RUNSRBIOBPHITS
Starlin Castro#132B.302Justin Bour#411B4Justin Bour#411B13Brian Anderson#153B.385Starlin Castro#132B29
Pitching Leaders
WINSERASTRIKEOUTSSAVESHOLDS
Caleb Smith#31SP3Caleb Smith#31SP3.83Caleb Smith#31SP65Brad Ziegler#29RP9Drew Steckenrider#71RP7

Miami Marlins Scores and Schedule - 2018

Miami Marlins are currently 5th in NL East. They have played 48 matches, out of which 18 resulted in a victory and 30 were lost, giving the team a winning PCT of 0.375. Miami Marlins is currently 11.5 games behind the leaders. At home they have played 25, won 10 and lost 15. While on the road they have played 23, won 8 and lost 15. Last 10 games played by Miami Marlins have resulted in 4 wins and 6 losses.

The Miami Marlins entered the game with New York Mets with a (17-30) record and 5th in NL East. New York Mets came into the match with a (24-19) record, 1st in AL East

The first pitch between Miami Marlins and New York Mets was thrown . The match ended with a victory for Miami Marlins, as they defeated New York Mets by a score of 5-1.

18-30,5th in NL East

Miami Marlins(18-30)5
New York Mets(24-20)1

Regular Season Schedule/Results
MARCH OPPONENT RESULT W-L WIN LOSS SAVE ATT
Thu, Mar 29
  • vs
  • Cubs
  • L
  • 8-4
0-1 Cishek (1-0) Urena (0-1) 32,151
Fri, Mar 30
  • vs
  • Cubs
  • W
  • 2-1 F/17
1-1 Despaigne (1-0) Butler (0-1) 12,034
Sat, Mar 31
  • vs
  • Cubs
  • L
  • 10-6 F/10
1-2 Strop (1-0) Ziegler (0-1) 13,422
APRIL OPPONENT RESULT W-L WIN LOSS SAVE ATT
Sun, Apr 1
  • vs
  • Cubs
  • W
  • 6-0
2-2 Peters (1-0) Quintana (0-1) 10,428
Mon, Apr 2
  • vs
  • Boston
  • L
  • 7-3
2-3 Johnson (1-0) Richards (0-1) 11,113
Tue, Apr 3
  • vs
  • Boston
  • L
  • 4-2 F/13
2-4 Hembree (1-0) Guerrero (0-1) 14,953
Thu, Apr 5
  • @
  • Philadelphia
  • L
  • 5-0
2-5 Pivetta (1-0) Smith (0-1) 44,488
Sat, Apr 7
  • @
  • Philadelphia
  • L
  • 20-1
2-6 Velasquez (1-1) Peters (1-1) Thompson (1) 33,660
Sun, Apr 8
  • @
  • Philadelphia
  • W
  • 6-3
3-6 Despaigne (2-0) Garcia (0-1) Ziegler (1) 34,326
Mon, Apr 9
  • vs
  • NY Mets
  • L
  • 4-2
3-7 Syndergaard (2-0) Urena (0-2) Familia (5) 7,003
Tue, Apr 10
  • vs
  • NY Mets
  • L
  • 8-6
3-8 Robles (2-0) Ziegler (0-2) Familia (6) 6,516
Wed, Apr 11
  • vs
  • NY Mets
  • L
  • 4-1
3-9 Wheeler (1-0) O'Grady (0-1) 6,150
Fri, Apr 13
  • vs
  • Pittsburgh
  • W
  • 7-2
4-9 Peters (2-1) Kuhl (1-1) 6,852
Sat, Apr 14
  • vs
  • Pittsburgh
  • L
  • 1-0
4-10 Kontos (1-1) Ziegler (0-3) Vazquez (5) 26,816
Sun, Apr 15
  • vs
  • Pittsburgh
  • L
  • 7-3
4-11 Nova (2-1) Urena (0-3) 10,621
Mon, Apr 16
  • @
  • NY Yankees
  • L
  • 12-1
4-12 Severino (3-1) Smith (0-2) 32,525
Tue, Apr 17
  • @
  • NY Yankees
  • W
  • 9-1
5-12 Garcia (1-0) Tanaka (2-2) 34,005
Thu, Apr 19
  • @
  • Milwaukee
  • L
  • 12-3
5-13 Anderson (2-1) Peters (2-2) 26,087
Fri, Apr 20
  • @
  • Milwaukee
  • L
  • 8-0
5-14 Chacin (1-1) Richards (0-2) 28,233
Sat, Apr 21
  • @
  • Milwaukee
  • L
  • 6-5
5-15 Jeffress (2-0) Tazawa (0-1) 37,175
Sun, Apr 22
  • @
  • Milwaukee
  • L
  • 4-2
5-16 Guerra (2-0) Smith (0-3) Hader (3) 37,015
Mon, Apr 23
  • @
  • LA Dodgers
  • L
  • 2-1
5-17 Liberatore (1-0) Barraclough (0-1) Fields (1) 46,909
Tue, Apr 24
  • @
  • LA Dodgers
  • W
  • 3-2
6-17 Steckenrider (1-0) Baez (0-1) Ziegler (2) 39,284
Wed, Apr 25
  • @
  • LA Dodgers
  • W
  • 8-6
7-17 Gonzalez (1-0) Kershaw (1-4) 39,004
Fri, Apr 27
  • vs
  • Colorado
  • L
  • 1-0
7-18 Senzatela (2-1) Urena (0-4) Davis (10) 5,931
Sat, Apr 28
  • vs
  • Colorado
  • W
  • 4-1
8-18 Chen (1-0) Marquez (1-3) Barraclough (1) 9,659
Sun, Apr 29
  • vs
  • Colorado
  • W
  • 3-0
9-18 Smith (1-3) Bettis (3-1) Ziegler (3) 11,203
Mon, Apr 30
  • vs
  • Philadelphia
  • W
  • 8-4
10-18 Gonzalez (2-0) Arrieta (3-1) 5,415
MAY OPPONENT RESULT W-L WIN LOSS SAVE ATT
Tue, May 1
  • vs
  • Philadelphia
  • W
  • 2-1 F/10
11-18 Tazawa (1-1) Rios (3-1) 5,844
Wed, May 2
  • vs
  • Philadelphia
  • L
  • 6-0
11-19 Nola (4-1) Urena (0-5) 5,941
Fri, May 4
  • @
  • Cincinnati
  • L
  • 4-1
11-20 Romano (2-3) Chen (1-1) Iglesias (4) 22,610
Sat, May 5
  • @
  • Cincinnati
  • W
  • 6-0
12-20 Smith (2-3) Mahle (2-4) 19,609
Sun, May 6
  • @
  • Cincinnati
  • W
  • 8-5
13-20 Wittgren (1-0) Finnegan (0-3) Ziegler (4) 19,800
Mon, May 7
  • @
  • Cubs
  • L
  • 14-2
13-21 Hendricks (3-2) Garcia (1-1) 37,333
Tue, May 8
  • @
  • Cubs
  • L
  • 4-3
13-22 Edwards Jr. (1-0) Barraclough (0-2) Morrow (8) 40,051
Wed, May 9
  • @
  • Cubs
  • L
  • 13-4
13-23 Quintana (4-2) Chen (1-2) 34,486
Thu, May 10
  • vs
  • Atlanta
  • L
  • 9-2
13-24 Foltynewicz (3-2) Smith (2-4) Gohara (1) 8,277
Fri, May 11
  • vs
  • Atlanta
  • W
  • 6-3
14-24 Straily (1-0) McCarthy (4-2) Ziegler (5) 9,149
Sat, May 12
  • vs
  • Atlanta
  • L
  • 10-5
14-25 Minter (1-0) Steckenrider (1-1) 12,383
Sun, May 13
  • vs
  • Atlanta
  • L
  • 4-3
14-26 Newcomb (4-1) Urena (0-6) Vizcaino (7) 7,435
Tue, May 15
  • vs
  • LA Dodgers
  • W
  • 4-2
15-26 Wittgren (2-0) Wood (0-4) Ziegler (6) 6,242
Wed, May 16
  • vs
  • LA Dodgers
  • W
  • 6-5
16-26 Steckenrider (2-1) Baez (1-2) Ziegler (7) 5,721
Thu, May 17
  • vs
  • LA Dodgers
  • L
  • 7-0
16-27 Maeda (3-3) Smith (2-5) 13,820
Fri, May 18
  • @
  • Atlanta
  • W
  • 2-0
17-27 Straily (2-0) Wisler (1-1) Ziegler (8) 27,705
Sat, May 19
  • @
  • Atlanta
  • L
  • 8-1
17-28 Newcomb (5-1) Urena (0-7) 37,715
Sun, May 20
  • @
  • Atlanta
  • L
  • 10-9
17-29 Minter (3-0) Guerrero (0-2) 28,352
Mon, May 21
  • @
  • NY Mets
  • L
  • 2-0
17-30 Vargas (1-3) Hernandez (0-1) Familia (13) 22,505
Tue, May 22
  • @
  • NY Mets
  • W
  • 5-1
18-30 Smith (3-5) Wheeler (2-4) 22,195
Wed, May 23
  • @
  • NY Mets
  • W
  • 2-1
19-30 Conley (1-0) Familia (2-2) Ziegler (9) 24,808
MAY OPPONENT TIME (ET) MIA PITCHER OPP. PITCHER
Fri, May 25
  • vs
  • Washington
7:10 PM Urena (0-7) Scherzer (7-1)
Sat, May 26
  • vs
  • Washington
4:10 PM Chen (1-2) Roark (2-4)
Sun, May 27
  • vs
  • Washington
1:10 PM   Strasburg (5-4)
Mon, May 28
  • @
  • San Diego
4:10 PM Smith (3-5) Lauer (1-2)
Tue, May 29
  • @
  • San Diego
10:10 PM Straily (2-0) Ross (4-3)
Wed, May 30
  • @
  • San Diego
10:10 PM Urena (0-7) Richard (3-5)
Thu, May 31
  • @
  • San Diego
10:10 PM Chen (1-2) Lyles (1-1)
JUNE OPPONENT TIME (ET) MIA PITCHER OPP. PITCHER
Fri, Jun 1
  • @
  • Arizona
9:40 PM   Greinke (3-3)
Sat, Jun 2
  • @
  • Arizona
10:10 PM Smith (3-5) Koch (2-3)
Sun, Jun 3
  • @
  • Arizona
4:10 PM Straily (2-0) Godley (4-4)
Tue, Jun 5
  • @
  • St. Louis
8:15 PM Urena (0-7)  
Wed, Jun 6
  • @
  • St. Louis
8:15 PM Chen (1-2) Flaherty (1-1)
Thu, Jun 7
  • @
  • St. Louis
1:15 PM   Mikolas (6-0)
Fri, Jun 8
  • vs
  • San Diego
7:10 PM    
Sat, Jun 9
  • vs
  • San Diego
4:10 PM    
Sun, Jun 10
  • vs
  • San Diego
1:10 PM    
Mon, Jun 11
  • vs
  • San Francisco
7:10 PM    
Tue, Jun 12
  • vs
  • San Francisco
7:10 PM    
Wed, Jun 13
  • vs
  • San Francisco
7:10 PM    
Thu, Jun 14
  • vs
  • San Francisco
12:10 PM    
Fri, Jun 15
  • @
  • Baltimore
7:05 PM    
Sat, Jun 16
  • @
  • Baltimore
4:05 PM    
Sun, Jun 17
  • @
  • Baltimore
1:05 PM    
Mon, Jun 18
  • @
  • San Francisco
10:15 PM    
Tue, Jun 19
  • @
  • San Francisco
10:15 PM    
Wed, Jun 20
  • @
  • San Francisco
3:45 PM    
Fri, Jun 22
  • @
  • Colorado
8:40 PM    
Sat, Jun 23
  • @
  • Colorado
3:10 PM    
Sun, Jun 24
  • @
  • Colorado
3:10 PM    
Mon, Jun 25
  • vs
  • Arizona
7:10 PM    
Tue, Jun 26
  • vs
  • Arizona
7:10 PM    
Wed, Jun 27
  • vs
  • Arizona
7:10 PM    
Thu, Jun 28
  • vs
  • Arizona
12:10 PM    
Fri, Jun 29
  • vs
  • NY Mets
7:10 PM    
Sat, Jun 30
  • vs
  • NY Mets
4:10 PM    
JULY OPPONENT TIME (ET) MIA PITCHER OPP. PITCHER
Sun, Jul 1
  • vs
  • NY Mets
1:10 PM    
Mon, Jul 2
  • vs
  • Tampa Bay
7:10 PM    
Tue, Jul 3
  • vs
  • Tampa Bay
7:10 PM    
Wed, Jul 4
  • vs
  • Tampa Bay
1:10 PM    
Thu, Jul 5
  • @
  • Washington
7:05 PM    
Fri, Jul 6
  • @
  • Washington
7:05 PM    
Sat, Jul 7
  • @
  • Washington
7:15 PM    
Sun, Jul 8
  • @
  • Washington
1:35 PM    
Mon, Jul 9
  • vs
  • Milwaukee
7:10 PM    
Tue, Jul 10
  • vs
  • Milwaukee
7:10 PM    
Wed, Jul 11
  • vs
  • Milwaukee
7:10 PM    
Fri, Jul 13
  • vs
  • Philadelphia
7:10 PM    
Sat, Jul 14
  • vs
  • Philadelphia
4:10 PM    
Sun, Jul 15
  • vs
  • Philadelphia
1:10 PM    

MIAMI MARLINS NEWS AND UPDATES

The Marlins Destroy the Mets

On September 18, 2017 at the Marlins Park, the Miami Marlines destroyed the New York Mets 13-1 in one of the most one-sided encounters of the season. Giancarlo Stanton was at his best once again and scored his 55th home run of what has been quite a brilliant campaign for him. This was also Marlins’ first game at home since Hurricane Irma hit Florida earlier this month. Whether this performance will be good enough to keep them in the race for a playoff place remains to be seen.

Has Derek Jeter Bought the Miami Marlins?

Widespread reports seem to suggest that the deal is almost done and all there is left to do is for the management to make the official announcement. Of course Jeter hasn’t bought the franchise on his own. He is part of a consortium headed by Bruce Sherman, the venture capitalist. As per reports, Jeter is a partner and will also head the franchise’s baseball operations. This is certainly an interesting move. The Marlins haven’t really been setting the league on fire recently and the Marlins fans will be hoping the Jeter can put them back on track.

It was terrible; this is what Wei-Yin Chen had to say about his previous year. The disappointment comes from the fact that Chen got hit on the elbow a lot and finally landed on the disabled list. But Chen is reenergized and reinvigorated for the upcoming 2017 MLB season. Chen was signed as a free agent for five-years for $80 million. Chen says that this season he is all ready to make good on the Marlins’ investment. Fans have high hopes from this left-hander who joined the Marlins on a high note. The 2017 MLB season will be an exciting one for the Marlins’ fans.

Miami Marlins Schedule

MLB season is here and is packed with epic matchups. You can catch all the action live as it happens. Next event featuring Miami Marlins will be Miami Marlins vs. Washington Nationals, held at the Marlins Ballpark in Miami. As of now, the last event, New York Mets vs. Miami Marlins is scheduled for 30-Sep-18 at the Citi Field in Flushing. For complete itinerary of events, please visit our website.

Event Venue City Date
Miami Marlins vs. Washington Nationals Marlins Ballpark Miami, FL Fri May 25 201805/25 07:10 PM
Miami Marlins vs. Washington Nationals Marlins Ballpark Miami, FL Sat May 26 201805/26 04:10 PM
Miami Marlins vs. Washington Nationals Marlins Ballpark Miami, FL Sun May 27 201805/27 01:10 PM
San Diego Padres vs. Miami Marlins PETCO Park San Diego, CA Mon May 28 201805/28 01:10 PM
San Diego Padres vs. Miami Marlins PETCO Park San Diego, CA Tue May 29 201805/29 07:10 PM
San Diego Padres vs. Miami Marlins PETCO Park San Diego, CA Wed May 30 201805/30 07:10 PM
San Diego Padres vs. Miami Marlins PETCO Park San Diego, CA Thu May 31 201805/31 07:10 PM
Arizona Diamondbacks vs. Miami Marlins Chase Field Phoenix, AZ Fri Jun 01 201806/01 06:40 PM
Arizona Diamondbacks vs. Miami Marlins Chase Field Phoenix, AZ Sat Jun 02 201806/02 07:10 PM
Arizona Diamondbacks vs. Miami Marlins Chase Field Phoenix, AZ Sun Jun 03 201806/03 01:10 PM

Miami Marlins Tickets Prices

The average price for Miami Marlins Tickets start from $45. The minimum get in price is $5 for Miami Marlins Tickets at the Marlins Ballpark, Miami. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.

Name City Date Average Ticket Price Get In Price
(Minimum Price)
Miami Marlins vs. Washington Nationals Miami 25-May-18 $48 $7
Miami Marlins vs. Washington Nationals Miami 26-May-18 $50 $10
Miami Marlins vs. Washington Nationals Miami 27-May-18 $49 $5
San Diego Padres vs. Miami Marlins San Diego 28-May-18 $49 $16
San Diego Padres vs. Miami Marlins San Diego 29-May-18 $47 $11
San Diego Padres vs. Miami Marlins San Diego 30-May-18 $47 $11
San Diego Padres vs. Miami Marlins San Diego 31-May-18 $45 $11
Arizona Diamondbacks vs. Miami Marlins Phoenix 1-Jun-18 $51 $9
Arizona Diamondbacks vs. Miami Marlins Phoenix 2-Jun-18 $60 $9
Arizona Diamondbacks vs. Miami Marlins Phoenix 3-Jun-18 $55 $9

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