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Play Ball! More Unauthorized Marlins Photos

Marlins Park, photo by lee kleinDugout Steps, photo by lee kleinThrough The Netting, photo by lee kleinThe Clubhouse, photo by lee kleinBatting Area, photo by lee kleinCleaning The Pool In Left Field, photo by lee kleinFamous Bobblehead Museum, photo by lee kleinIdealized Ballpark Nachos, photo by lee kleinKosher Korner, photo by lee kleinMarlins Servers, photo by lee kleinFish Tacos, photo by lee kleinCleaning Marlins Park Windows, photo by lee klein

That the Marlins lost their 2017 season opener isn't a shocker. There are some exciting and talented young players on the roster, but unless the starting pitching turns out much better than it should, this looks to be around a .500 club. If everything goes right, they can contend for a wild card spot; if things go worse than expected, they could be battling the woeful Braves for the cellar.

Through The Netting, photo by lee klein

When your home team doesn't look to be great, the best time to watch them play is early in the season, before the reality of losing and the subsequent demoralization set in. 

Dugout Steps, photo by lee klein

Meanwhile, I will post some more unauthorized photos of Marlins Park. These were taken April 4, 2012, right before the Miami Marlins played their first home game in their then-new ballpark.

The Clubhouse, photo by lee klein

Members of the media, including myself, were invited on a tour of the stadium and, more specifically, of the food concession stands. Afterwards, I worked my way towards the bowels of the stadium and checked out the clubhouses.

Cleaning The Pool In Left Field, photo by lee klein

I’ve been milking these photos ever since, including last season's post, with all different images, entitled Inside The Marlins Clubhouse: Unauthorized Photos

Famous Bobblehead Museum, photo by lee klein

Marlins Servers, photo by lee klein

Idealized Ballpark Nachos, photo by lee klein

Kosher Korner, photo by lee klein

Fish Tacos, photo by lee klein

Cleaning Marlins Park Windows, photo by lee klein

 

Let's go Fish!!!