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Now that Loria has his ASG he can have another fire sale. 

 

​I'd like to 'like' this post but I can't like the thought of another fire sale.

 

Also, we can already pencil in both Stanton and Mike Dunn for the '17 ASG right?

 

​If he fire sales again, they'll take the game away and put it elsewhere, I'm certain.

 

 

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Nice. It'll be fun.

 

​Diamond Club for that brah, you and me?

 

I wish. No way I'll be able to get those tickets for the ASG.

 

​Opening Day this year Diamond Club, you and me brah?

 

 

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Nice. It'll be fun.

 

​Diamond Club for that brah, you and me?

 

I wish. No way I'll be able to get those tickets for the ASG.

 

​Opening Day this year Diamond Club, you and me brah?

 

​Actually sounds like fun. I'm going to see how many tickets my buddy is willing to part with this season, and when.

 

​Have I told you lately that I love you?

 

 

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I've been able to get Diamond Club seats (not opening day, obviously) for under a hunge on the day of a game if I remember correctly.

Sure is a pretty sweet way to catch a game, and a nice meal beforehand. I was driving 3 hours from Key West so when I went I wanted to make it special.

 

Now I'm even farther, 300 miles and 4 1/2 hours each way. My brother is in Pembroke Pines so I'll have to work it out with him and maybe do two games in a trip or something.

 

I'll be watching the ASG on my couch most likely. What do tickets usually go for? Are they even possible to get?

 

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I've been able to get Diamond Club seats (not opening day, obviously) for under a hunge on the day of a game if I remember correctly.

Sure is a pretty sweet way to catch a game, and a nice meal beforehand. I was driving 3 hours from Key West so when I went I wanted to make it special.

 

Now I'm even farther, 300 miles and 4 1/2 hours each way. My brother is in Pembroke Pines so I'll have to work it out with him and maybe do two games in a trip or something.

 

I'll be watching the ASG on my couch most likely. What do tickets usually go for? Are they even possible to get?

 

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I never got em that cheap, but like $120 or so was the best I found. Absolutely right though, ain't no better way to catch a game than all you can eat after watching the cages, sitting next to the dugout, getting to say what's up to the guys and the coaches, getting all the beer you can drink... The best.

 

 

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We'll see all these 'fans' show up to the ASG like they did to the first game of the new ballpark. I doubt tickets will be available. I still don't understand how that first game was full before single game tickets went on sale. 37,000 friends/season ticket holders? Fucking really?

 

 

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We'll see all these 'fans' show up to the ASG like they did to the first game of the new ballpark. I doubt tickets will be available. I still don't understand how that first game was full before single game tickets went on sale. 37,000 friends/season ticket holders? Fucking really?

 

​I wish seating for games like those could be divided into fans and bandwagoners.

 

I understand the business side of it but I've always hated the idea that I, who attends plenty of games every year and follows the team on a literally daily basis, will probably be shut out from a playoff game or two in the hopefully near future because of these bandwagon fans. I wish there was a way of literally giving people like us priority over those douchebags.

 

When someone tells me the Marlins suck or asks "Why do you watch the Marlins?" with a demeaning tone, I often tell them straight up, "Don't ask me to get you playoff tickets when they're good again" or "Don't let me see you at the World Series Parade." Or this gem every February... I know I'm in the minority here but I don't follow football and prefer not to watch the Super Bowl because I'm honestly not interested. I can't tell you how many times I've been asked in a shocked tone "You didn't watch the Super Bowl???!!?!? Why not!?" and my answer is always "For the same reason you didn't watch the World Series."

 

Last year after a particularly good Jose Fernandez start a coworker heard about it and asked me "Is that guy good?" When I said yes he asked me "Like, really good or just good like 'good for the Marlins' good?" I wanted to slap him. Man I have so many stories like that. I'm sure we all do. I'll end my rant there.

 

 

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We'll see all these 'fans' show up to the ASG like they did to the first game of the new ballpark. I doubt tickets will be available. I still don't understand how that first game was full before single game tickets went on sale. 37,000 friends/season ticket holders? Fucking really?

 

​I wish seating for games like those could be divided into fans and bandwagoners.

 

I understand the business side of it but I've always hated the idea that I, who attends plenty of games every year and follows the team on a literally daily basis, will probably be shut out from a playoff game or two in the hopefully near future because of these bandwagon fans. I wish there was a way of literally giving people like us priority over those douchebags.

 

When someone tells me the Marlins suck or asks "Why do you watch the Marlins?" with a demeaning tone, I often tell them straight up, "Don't ask me to get you playoff tickets when they're good again" or "Don't let me see you at the World Series Parade." Or this gem every February... I know I'm in the minority here but I don't follow football and prefer not to watch the Super Bowl because I'm honestly not interested. I can't tell you how many times I've been asked in a shocked tone "You didn't watch the Super Bowl???!!?!? Why not!?" and my answer is always "For the same reason you didn't watch the World Series."

 

Last year after a particularly good Jose Fernandez start a coworker heard about it and asked me "Is that guy good?" When I said yes he asked me "Like, really good or just good like 'good for the Marlins' good?" I wanted to slap him. Man I have so many stories like that. I'm sure we all do. I'll end my rant there.

 

I usually just end up taking it all in stride. From what I've noticed, people usually ask those things because they know it'll bother you. For instance, on Facebook, I'll mention in a public forum that I'm a Marlins fan, and someone will say, "The Marlins have fans?" Instead of letting it get to me, I'll respond, "Yes, I'm one of 10!" It seems to work out well.

 

 

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We'll see all these 'fans' show up to the ASG like they did to the first game of the new ballpark. I doubt tickets will be available. I still don't understand how that first game was full before single game tickets went on sale. 37,000 friends/season ticket holders? Fucking really?

 

​I wish seating for games like those could be divided into fans and bandwagoners.

 

I understand the business side of it but I've always hated the idea that I, who attends plenty of games every year and follows the team on a literally daily basis, will probably be shut out from a playoff game or two in the hopefully near future because of these bandwagon fans. I wish there was a way of literally giving people like us priority over those douchebags.

 

When someone tells me the Marlins suck or asks "Why do you watch the Marlins?" with a demeaning tone, I often tell them straight up, "Don't ask me to get you playoff tickets when they're good again" or "Don't let me see you at the World Series Parade." Or this gem every February... I know I'm in the minority here but I don't follow football and prefer not to watch the Super Bowl because I'm honestly not interested. I can't tell you how many times I've been asked in a shocked tone "You didn't watch the Super Bowl???!!?!? Why not!?" and my answer is always "For the same reason you didn't watch the World Series."

 

Last year after a particularly good Jose Fernandez start a coworker heard about it and asked me "Is that guy good?" When I said yes he asked me "Like, really good or just good like 'good for the Marlins' good?" I wanted to slap him. Man I have so many stories like that. I'm sure we all do. I'll end my rant there.

 

I usually just end up taking it all in stride. From what I've noticed, people usually ask those things because they know it'll bother you. For instance, on Facebook, I'll mention in a public forum that I'm a Marlins fan, and someone will say, "The Marlins have fans?" Instead of letting it get to me, I'll respond, "Yes, I'm one of 10!" It seems to work out well.

 

​I'll give you that, some use us as a punchline. But often times its out of pure ignorance. Like someone I know who recently told me they're not going to anymore Marlins games "because they lost 100 games two years ago." Idiot.

 

 

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