2015 Miami Marlins Schedule
The Marlins flashed their talent in a very big way in 2014, with one of the best young
rosters in the league and all types of superstars on the rise all over the field. It's not easy in the N.L. East thanks to
teams like Washington, Atlanta, Philadelphia and New York, but the Marlins have the type of roster that strikes fear in every
lineup they take the field against, making for a season's worth of amazing moments as the Marlins look to swing their way
back into the mix for the postseason. Of course, it helps that the Marlins have Giancarlo Stanton, Marcell Ozuna and more
lighting up the scoreboard on a regular basis, giving the Marlins the type of dangerous roster that definitely won't be going
The beautiful thing about the baseball schedule is that there are so many great opportunities too, as this
is a sport that starts in a perfect way with the relaxing atmosphere of spring training before heading into a riveting 162-game
schedule. Put it all together and the Marlins have all types of chances to go up against the best of the best in Major League
Baseball, which will make for an amazing season loaded with nail-biting moments that will have you jumping out of your seat
in absolutely no time. Once you're there in the middle of an epic game featuring the Marlins, you'll definitely be glad that
you're not sitting anywhere else.
As the Marlins look to take a step forward, there has never been a better time to
head out and snag a few seats to see them the way they were meant to be seen. Whether you're looking for an intense home game
against a division rival or an interleague matchup on the road against a team that the Marlins don't always play, the schedule
has a little something for everyone. As the Marlins look to make it happen in the N.L. East this year, there is sure to be
plenty of buzz around Miami for a reason, as this is a team that plays an exciting style of baseball in which absolutely anything
can happen from one inning to the next.
Miami Marlins Team Info
Led by Giancarlo Stanton and Henderson
Alvarez, the Marlins have a balanced team loaded with rising stars that are already making quite the name for themselves,
which is why fans are excited about their chances to be major factors in the division. This has been an organization that
has been assembling great prospects and superstars for a while now and they always seem to have one of the game's next big
superstars on the roster. Well, that turns out to be the case once again and the Marlins are looking to build on an exciting
core to once again put together a championship contender, making it an exciting time to be a Fish fan as the Marlins head
back to the diamond this season.
The MLB Experience
When your favorite team is battling it out and the
stakes are as high as they go, Major League Baseball is a marvel to watch. Sure, you could watch from home, though there's
nothing close to actually being there so you can actually feel the pulse of the crowd in a way that you simply can't from
your living room. If you've never been to the stadium for a big playoff game, make sure you change that this season as Major
League Baseball looks to crown a champion following another exciting year of ball games. This is where you can find many of
the very best players in the entire world, which is why the stands tend to be hopping with passion and energy whenever the
big game gets underway.
Miami Marlins History
The Miami Marlins franchise was founded in in 1993 as the
Florida Marlins, and the team played their home games at Sun Life Stadium from 1993 to 2011. In 2012, the Marlins moved into
a brand new facility, Marlins Park and changed their named to the Miami Marlins. The Marlins have been to the World Series
twice in their relatively short history, in 1997 and 2003, winning the World Championship both times and showing their fans
what a winning team is supposed to look like. Great players in the franchise's history include guys like Miguel Cabrera, Edgar
Renteria, Josh Beckett, Kevin Brown and more, and you never know when the next franchise legend is going to burst onto the
scene with an unbelievable season.
Miami Marlins Trivia
In 1996, Kevin Brown was second in the Cy Young
Award voting. What was his ERA that year?
The answer is a ridiculous 1.89, which went along with a 17-11 record as Brown
helped to push the Marlins in the right direction on their way to eventually winning a championship. Brown certainly wasn't
done contributing to the Marlins in 1996, however, as in 1997 he threw a complete game in the NLCS to help put the Marlins
into the World Series – all while suffering from the flu.
Miami Marlins Fans
Marlins Ballpark is
sure to be absolutely packed to the bring with unbelievable fans once again this season, and you'll be treated to skyscraping
homers, spectacular diving catches and dramatic stolen bases all season long, giving you plenty of reasons to ditch the couch
so you can get out and see the big game the way it was meant to be seen. On the road, the Marlins will also be hoping to put
together plenty of wins, giving you opportunities to ditch the couch and head out for an away game loaded with a great atmosphere
that you'll be talking about a long time after the final pitch. Either way, this is a team that has a strong fan base that
pops up wherever the Marlins do, providing all the incentive you need to snag your favorite team gear and make sure that you
don't miss a pitch of the excitement this season. With a fun and talent-heavy team looking to elevate their game even further,
the Marlins have one of those teams that fans across the league know they need to watch out for.