2014 Miami Marlins Road Schedule
Baseball is back in Miami and the Marlins are looking to do some serious damage
in the N.L. East, giving fans plenty to cheer about as they look to light up the scoreboard all season long with towering
homers, sensational stolen bases and clutch base knocks that will have you jumping out of your seat in no time. It's not exactly
an easy task to take down the N.L. East with teams like the Mets, Braves, Phillies and Nats all trying to do the same, but
the Marlins have an explosive roster that definitely isn't going to go quietly this season. As soon as you're there watching
the big game the way it was meant to be seen, you'll be glad that you're not sitting anywhere else.
If you consider
yourself a real Marlins fan, there is only one place to be this season, and it definitely isn't sitting at home squinting
at the big game you're watching on that tiny little flatscreen. Ditch the couch and get out for an exciting MLB matchup filled
players who can do it all, and you'll see loud and clear that this is a team that you definitely don't want to miss out as
the Marlins look to again challenge for the National League pennant. We all know that home games at Marlins Park are loaded
with great fans and moments from match-up to match-up, but every fan needs to see the Marlins on the road sooner or later
to get a completely different perspective on your favorite team.
When it's that time of
the year and your favorite team is gearing up for a pennant race, there is only one place to be, and it definitely isn't sitting
on your couch watching on your high-def TV. Ditch the drab living room and get out to the stands, where you'll join in the
heart-pounding action in another intense season of Major League Baseball. Though there are a few other sporting options out
there, Major League Baseball remains the classic game that fans have been enjoying for generations – a trend that isn't
likely to slow down any time soon. When it comes to the Marlins, you'll get an opportunity to see some rising stars as well
as talented vets who can get the job done, giving you plenty of reasons to head out and see what everyone is sure to be buzzing
about around South Beach.
The Marlins rose to quick success after their entrance into the NL
East in 1993, winning World Series titles in 1997 and 2003 and showing their fans what a winning brand of baseball looks like.
Whether it's spring training or a memorable regular season match-up against a prominent divisional foe, the Marlins are sure
to give fans plenty to cheer about. It's a tough task against teams like the Braves, the Mets, the Phillies and the Nationals,
but the Marlins have the talent to give any team in the league a run for their money, giving you plenty of reasons to hit
the road this season and make sure that you don't miss a pitch of the action.
Miami Marlins Trivia
you know that former Marlins great Miguel Cabrera hit a homer off of Roger Clemens in his very first at-bat?
Rocket gave Cabrera a little bit of chin music in Game 4 of the 2003 World Series, Cabrera would respond by smacking a ball
out of the ballpark to the opposite field, announcing with some clarity that he was not a hitter to be trifled with.
Miami Marlins History
The Marlins have a fairly short history, but with two titles and plenty of other incredible
seasons, they've already had their fair share of winning, providing one great season after another and bringing some of the
most talented ballplayers in the game to the diamond. The first time around, in 1997, the Marlins won with some clutch hits
from Edgar Renteria and plenty of others, giving them a title after just a few years in the league. Miguel Cabrera and Dontrelle
Willis would help them to winning seasons and another title just six years later, with a little help from Josh Beckett and
plenty of others. With another talented squad these days, this is a team that you won't want to miss out on as they look to
add another impressive chapter to their history.
Marlins Ballpark is just one of those places
you have to see first-hand to truly appreciate, though the Marlins can be just as exciting to watch on the road. One of the
beautiful things about baseball is that you can get a completely different experience watching your favorite team in hostile
territory, so don't even think about being left out of the excitement this year as the Marlins look to chase their title aspirations.
With 81 different home games to choose from, you're sure to find a match-up that will pique your interest if you're a Marlins
fan, giving you plenty of reasons to head out and see the Marlins on the road in another intense season of Major League Baseball.