Marlins Tickets & 2023 Schedule
The Miami Marlins started playing MLB in 1991 as the Florida Marlins, but switched their name to Miami in 2012 to create a closer connection with their home community. Today the Marlins play in South Florida in one of the best ballparks in baseball. Demand for Marlins tickets remains solid because they can offer a lot to fans who attend a game at loanDepot Park (formerly Marlins Park), which is just a first-class experience. They are a winning franchise who has won more than 2,000 games in their history including a handful of games in the World Series. That type of success on the field creates a demand for tickets, which are often among the most affordable in MLB.
The Marlins typically draw the biggest home crowds when they are playing a name-brand opponent like the Boston Red Sox, Chicago Cubs, Los Angeles Dodgers or New York Yankees. The series against the New York teams (Mets & Yankees) will typically draw a lot of visiting fans from New Yorkers who may have moved down to Florida. The Citrus Series is the Marlins series with the in-state Tampa Bay Rays. Marlins home game tickets are not as expensive as some ball clubs, which makes them a great value for fans looking to attend a game.
Marlins Opening Day
The biggest game of the season in South Florida is the Marlins home opener. Fans from across Florida make the trek to loanDepot Park to experience the magic that is MLB Opening Day. Some fans from out of state will even fly in to see Opening Day in Miami, which typically offers amazing baseball and beautiful, warm weather.
2023 Marlins Playoffs Tickets
The Marlins have a storied post-season history for a franchise that has not been around as long as their peer group. The Marlins have World Series champion trophies in the building and are looking to add another in 2023. The Marlins play in the National League, so their playoff path would feature a possible game in the NL Wild Card Game, the NLDS, NLCS and World Series.
Miami Marlins Spring Training
The Marlins play their home Spring Training games at Roger Dean Stadium in Jupiter, Florida. Miami plays as part of Florida's Grapefruit League, which is popular with fans travelling down south to get away from the cold Winter. View full Marlins Spring Training schedule.