Miami Marlins

Miami Marlins

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  • Batting Avg
    .244 AVG
  • Runs
    263 R
  • Earned Runs Avg
    4.86 ERA
  • WHIP
    1.45 WHIP
  • Marlins announce safety measures for 2021 season
    Local 10 Miami

    Marlins announce safety measures for 2021 season

    MIAMI – The Miami Marlins have not yet said exactly how many fans will be allowed to attend home games when the season begins, but Wednesday the team announced safety measures they are taking. The first game at Marlins Park is April 1 against the defending American League champion Tampa Bay Rays. The team says information about single-game ticket sales will be announced in the near future.

  • Miami Marlins Announce Health, Safety Measures for Fans at 2021 Home Games – NBC 6 South Florida
    NBC Miami

    Miami Marlins Announce Health, Safety Measures for Fans at 2021 Home Games – NBC 6 South Florida

    Just over one month before opening day for the 2021 regular season, the Miami Marlins are announcing new health and safety measures for fans attending games this year. Cleaning measures have been taken inside Marlins Park, with the team partnering with the makers of Lysol to enhance disinfection and cleaning measures that include frequently touched surfaces being disinfected and hand sanitizers placed throughout the ballpark.

  • 2021 Marlins Season Preview: Miguel Rojas
    Fish Stripes

    2021 Marlins Season Preview: Miguel Rojas

    As an international signee out of Venezuela at 16 years of age, Rojas has been an exceptional athlete since childhood and this is a time in Miguel’s life I’d like to learn more about. From then on he gradually worked his way to the Major Leagues without ever gaining much acclaim as a prospect. Even now, he lacks the raw power and speed that typically leads to the sort of “fantasy baseball stats” that show up in a box score and can be recognized by literally anyone who watches a game.