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  1. Yes, they all need to be added to the 40-man before the Rule 5 draft.
  2. We are loading up on premium minor league hitting...now OF Jesus Sanchez from Rays
  3. Assuming Jazz is the longterm answer at SS, this was a good move guys. Marlins have Sixto, E. Cabera, B. Garrett, T. Rogers and more all looking like keepers right now
  4. The Marlins don't need 3 OFs...between Bleday, Monte Harrison, Brinson, C. Scott, Mizner, Victor Victor...
  5. Well that is encouraging to know that at least SOME of the games this year have a had a good or great atmosphere. I'm sure a winning team that is offensively competent will change things around, but how many years off are we from that being the case? How much longer can this status quo for Marlins last before relocation becomes a real possibility?
  6. Hey I appreciate all the responses. I see that a lot of you have had similar experiences at the ballpark. I'm just as tired of the attendance narrative that infects everything Marlins. This was never meant to come as another complaint in a long line of them. I was genuinely dejected leaving the stadium. I agree with all the factors (Monday game vs cardinals with no runs), but the place was LIFELESS. I agree in general with Jeter's plan to rebuild the farm system....I'm just not sure how much longer baseball in Miami can go on like this.
  7. I've been to a lot of Marlins game....that was by far the worst ballpark atmosphere I've seen. This isn't a post meant to just "crap on the Marlins"...I was genuinely let down after attending the game lol
  8. So I attended the Marlins-Cardinals game this past Monday night. Ive been to dozens of Marlins games over the years (at the old stadium and new) and have to say this was the least immersed in the game as I have ever been. I'm used to the small crowds, but on Monday night you could literally hear a pin drop in the stadium. Of the people that were there, a VAST majority were rooting for the Cardinals, to the point that I would've felt awkward by just standing up and cheering "Lets Go Marlins". This isn't a shot at the attendance numbers, those have always been atrocious. I'm more taken aback by the absolute lack of baseball environment or "buzz" during the game. It almost felt like there was some other purpose to be sitting there and the game just dragging along in the background. I don't know what the answers are for Jeter & Co. to turn this around, but rooting for the home team at Marlins Park is more embarrassing than ever before.
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