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The 2018 Miami Marlins schedule features a pair of division winners at Marlins Park to start the action. Miami will host the Chicago Cubs from March 29-April 1 and the Boston Red Sox from April 2-3. Marlins vs Cubs tickets are currently starting at $31, while Marlins vs Red Sox tickets are as cheap as $29. Miami’s interleague schedule continues with the Tampa Bay Rays on July 2-4, the New York Yankees on August 21-22 and the Toronto Blue Jays on September 1-2. During a season-long 10-game home stand, the Marlins will host the Arizona Diamondbacks (June 25-28) and New York Mets (June 29-July 1), concluding with the Rays series.

TicketCity's Marlins Park Seating Recommendation

Marlins Park is unique in that you can get great seats close to the action for very affordable prices since the team hasn’t performed well recently. For example, tickets in sections 7-9 can go for less than $20 apiece while giving you the experience of being near a dugout and seeing the entire field. The first base line is where the shade is during day games.

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Miami Marlins Baseball at Marlins Park

Address: 501 NW 16 Ave, Miami, Florida, 33125

The Marlins play their home games at Marlins Park, located in Miami, Florida. When filled to capacity, Marlins Park holds 37,00 screaming fans. The brand-new state-of-the-art stadium is a spectacle for fans and should be on every MLB fanatic’s list of destinations. Most notable about the park is the giant home run sculpture in center field, that lights up and moves after the Marlins hit a home run. The Miami Marlins dugout is on the Marlins Park third base line in front of sections 19-22. Marlins Park parking information is covered in our Marlins event guide.

Miami Marlins Rivals

Marlins vs. Mets

One of the better rivalries in the National League, this matchup has been superb because both clubs have been competitive at the same times. The rivalry really gained steam in the early 2000’s with both clubs making a World Series appearance, and consistently battling for the NL East title or NL Wild Card spot. Since then, both clubs have fallen from the elite of the national league, but this game has remained interesting because the tension has remained. There is little love lost between these clubs as they consistently provide the fans with great baseball.

Marlins vs. Phillies

These divisional rivals have produced some of the most iconic teams over the last two decades. Since 1997, the Marlins and Phillies have combined for four World Series appearances and three championships. During that span these two clubs went to the postseason over half a dozen times and have both been in the top 3 in the division on many occasions. These teams have often been known for having great pitching with names like Lee, Halladay, Beckett, Willis, and Hamels making appearances in this series.

Miami Marlins in the World Series, National League Championship Series and MLB Playoffs

In their history, the Miami Marlins have built multiple World Series championship teams. The Marlins became a franchise in 1993 and after struggling their first few seasons, Miami earned their first trip to the postseason in 1997 as a Wild Card team. The Marlins won the NL pennant that season along with their first World Series title. After dismantling the team and rebuilding from scratch, Miami earned another trip to the playoffs as a Wild Card team in 2007. The Marlins won the NL pennant again along with their second World Series title in that season.

Miami Marlins Event Guide

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What time do the gates open prior to a Marlins game?

Gates usually open 90 minutes before the first pitch at Marlins Park.

Where are good places to eat before a Marlins game?

There are some great dining options near Marling Park. Barbeque fans should not miss out on trying Sparky’s Roadside Barbeque. It is one of the best barbeque joints in Florida. If you are looking to spend pre-game at a sports bar try Biscayne Tavern, or Flanigan’s. There are quite a few great pizza places in the area. We recommend trying Stanzione 87, La Dolce Vita Pizza, or Pizzarium. If you are looking for a more upscale dining experience, try Azul restaurant, DB Bistro Moderne, or Fratelli Milano. No Miami food guide is complete without some Cuban restaurants. Papo Llega Y Pon, Morro Castle, and El Cristo Restaurant are three of the best. Other good options in the area are, Pinolandia, La Esquina Nica, and Manger Creole.

Where is the best place to park at Marlins Park?

Marlins Park is surrounded by great parking options. On the north side of the stadium are the Home Plate and Third Base garages, which are on the south side of 7th Street in-between 6th and 14th. On the south side of the stadium are the First Base and Center Field garages, which are just south of Bobby Maduro Drive. There are 3 large surface parking lots on the west side of the stadium in-between 7th Street and 4th Street. There are 3 smaller parking lots on the east side of the stadium from 4th Street to 6th Street.

Does my child need a ticket to attend a Marlins game?

Children who are 36 months old and younger are allowed to enter Marlins Park without a ticket, but must sit on a guardian’s lap for the duration of the game.