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It's difficult to look ahead for the Marlins in 2017 after the tragic passing of star pitcher Jose Fernandez. The Marlins with great talent throughout the roster definitely play 2017 in memory of Fernandez and shouldn't be a team we count out to make the playoffs. Don’t miss out on a game and find cheap Miami Marlins tickets on Rukkus!

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Where are my seats at Marlins Park

Using Rukkus’ user friendly and interactive maps feature, you can easily see where in Marlins Park your purchased seats are. Whether you are sitting behind home plate, next to third base, or in the outfield bleachers, Rukkus’ dynamic map of Marlins Park allows you to see exactly where your seats will be and the view that you should expect when you arrive at the game.

What makes Marlins Park special?

Each stadium in the MLB has its own particular icon that makes their venue unique. Marlins Park is home to one of the MLB’s most recognizable stadium features that truly separates it from any other stadium in the league. From the minute you walk into the stadium, you will notice the gigantic home run feature located in behind the left center field wall. It has been measured between sixty­five and seventy­five feet tall and features certain aspects that have been said to capture the “essence of Miami” such as, bright colors, seagulls, and palm trees.

How do I buy the best away tickets for Marlins?

If you are looking to buy away tickets for Marlins, Rukkus has you covered with the best tickets even if the game is not being played at Marlins Park. No matter the venue, Rukkus has access to tickets from across the web in order to find you the best deals. Regardless of whether the game is home or away, rest assured that we always guarantee every ticket sold.

When do Miami Marlins tickets go on sale?

The best way to find out when Marlins tickets go on sale is to go directly to the Marlins page and look over their event schedule. All of their tickets that are for sale will be listed by the date of the game. The Miami Marlins play every day of the week, so finding cheap tickets for sale at Marlins Park during the week or even for games on weekends is very easy through the Rukkus app.

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2016 Marlins Outlook

The Miami Marlins are feeling optimistic for the 2016 season and will look to improve from their mediocre 2015 season. The Marlins finished 3rd in the NL East last season and will look to propel themselves into a playoff spot. With almost no changes to their roster, the Marlins are feeling great about 2016.

Miami Marlins Ticket Information

Live MLB games involving the Miami Marlins have always proven to be a terrific experience. The Marlins are a young team that brings incredible energy and passion to every game. The city of Miami is always supportive of their team and the fans provide an electric atmosphere inside Marlins Park. Grab your tickets today and join in the festivities surrounding Miami Marlins baseball!

The Marlins franchise has a long history of entertaining MLB action. Great players such as Josh Beckett, Gary Sheffield, and Dontrelle Willis spent many years as fan-favorites for the Marlins organization. Recently, this team has generated buzz by signing terrific young talent to the roster. Marlins fans are elated to watch this young team develop and show their speed and skill every chance they can at Marlins Park. Don’t miss your chance to participate in this fun environment!

The hype around the team is exciting and there is no better stadium to watch baseball than at Marlins Park. Opened in 2012, this beautiful ballpark features state-of-the-art facilities for fans to enjoy. The retractable roof at Marlins Park also allows for baseball to be played comfortably by avoiding the hot Miami sun and frequent rain. A trip to Marlins Park is one that you will never forget. Pick up your Miami Marlins tickets right away!

Thrilling baseball, a beautiful stadium and a fan-friendly environment are all reasons to attend a Miami Marlins game. “The Fish” always provide entertaining baseball that keeps the crowd on the edge of their seats. Several exciting acquisitions have this Marlins team competing for another NL East pennant. Join the pride of Miami sports and attend a Marlins game. Get your Miami Marlins tickets now!

Fish Tale: A Brief History of the Miami Marlins

An expansion team with two World Series Titles already under their belts, the Miami Marlins have fielded some All-star level squads and developed their fair share of notable MLB players. The franchise has gone through many incarnations in their brief history, but a recent investment into a $325 million contract for superstar slugger OF Giancarlo Stanton have the Marlins and their faithful anticipating big things.

The Marlins entered the National League as an expansion franchise in 1993. Prior to the inaugural campaign, an expansion draft was held to allocate players to the Marlins and the other NL expansion franchise of 1993, the Colorado Rockies. Alternating picks with the Rockies, the Marlins were able to secure 1B Jeff Conine and RP Bryan Harvey in Round 1, two players who would be key components of the club’s debut season. Originally known as the Florida Marlins, the team played their home games in Sun Life Stadium from the time of their introduction through the 2011 season. Further demonstrating the viability of the South Florida market for MLB, the Marlins were able to draw over 3 million fans for the 1993 campaign.

As expected, the Marlins and their fans endured a challenging opening season. The club finished with a record of 64-98, good for 6th place in their division and 33 games behind the 1st place Philadelphia Phillies. Conine appeared in all 162 games and led the team with his .292 Batting Average. Harvey assumed the role of closer and racked up 49 saves, an impressive accomplishment for a team with only 64 wins.

A dip in attendance occurred after the initial excitement wore off and the club failed to draw 2 million fans from 1994 through 1996. The growing pains continued, as 1994 and 1995 saw the Fish finish 5th and 4th respectively in their division. Things started to click in 1996 and the club flirted with .500, finishing the year at 80-82. Conine was still a cornerstone, and he was joined in the lineup by slugging OF Gary Sheffield, who belted 42 Home Runs during the season. Al Leiter and Kevin Brown anchored an improving Pitching staff, with Leiter tossing the 1st no-hitter in franchise history on May 11, 1996.

The Marlins entered the 1997 season with something they were unaccustomed to: expectations. Leiter and Brown held their spots as top of the rotation aces and some key offseason acquisitions including OF Bobby Bonilla energized the fan base. The Marlins aggressively added pieces throughout the season and sailed to a franchise best record of 92-70, good for 2nd place and a Wild Card berth in the postseason. After sweeping the San Francisco Giants 3-0 in the opening round, the Fish moved on to take down the Braves in the NLCS 4-2. A date with the Cleveland Indians in the World Series awaited and phenom P Livan Hernandez took the mound for victories in Games 1 and 5. The series went to a decisive 7th game, with the Marlins rallying behind Bobby Bonilla’s 7th inning HR and prevailing 3-2. The Marlins had captured their 1st World Series title in only their 5th year of existence, and Hernandez took home World Series MVP honors.

The Marlins underwent a controversial rebuild following their victory and jettisoned several high-priced players. The defending champs bore little resemblance to the ’97 squad, and the team suffered at the box office and on the field as a result. The Fish and their faithful endured five consecutive seasons of sub-.500 baseball. Similar to 1996, the year 2002 saw the Marlins flirt with the .500 mark before finishing the season at 79-83. The on-field product improved, the Marlins again turned their attention to free agency to complete the puzzle. Several pieces were added in the offseason, notably C Ivan Rodriguez, and the Fish were poised to make another run.

A sluggish start in 2003 led to the firing of Manager Jeff Torborg and he was replaced with the 72 year old Jack McKeon. The fiery McKeon proved to be the perfect skipper for this collection of talent, and the Marlins rolled to a record of 91-71 and another Wild Card berth in the postseason. After again defeating the Giants in the opening round, the Marlins were able to take down the Chicago Cubs in 7 games to earn their 2nd World Series berth. A date with the heavily favored New York Yankees followed, and the Marlins shocked the world by defeating the Yanks in six games. P Josh Beckett pitched an absolute gem in the decisive Game 6 and was given the nod as World Series MVP.

Another dismantling of the World Series champs followed, and the Marlins struggled through five consecutive seasons of finishing no better than 3rd place in their division. The 2009 season saw a return to relevance. Riding the backs of a young SS Hanley Ramirez and towering P Josh Johnson, the Fish swam to a record of 87-75, good for 2nd place in the division but unfortunately nod good enough to seal another Wild Card berth. The 2009 squad represents their best finish in recent years and the club endured a three year stretch of last place finishes from 2011 through 2013.

The 2012 season saw the Marlins and their fans christen the new Marlins Park. Noted for its retractable roof and recognized as the greenest park in MLB, the park provides a great game day atmosphere and has received excellent reviews. Attendance spiked back over 2 million fans for the opening season in 2012, and the Marlins may be on track to make another push towards relevancy. Franchise superstar Giancarlo Stanton is one of the most feared hitters in the game, and the club and their fans are hopeful that young stud P Jose Fernandez will make a complete recovery from his 2014 Tommy John surgery. As has been their history, the Marlins can be expected to be aggressive in adding pieces as they get closer to fielding a playoff ready team.

Miami Marlins Lineup

  • Henderson Alvarez
  • Arquimedes Caminero
  • Carter Capps
  • Steve Cishek
  • Jarred Cosart
  • Grant Dayton
  • Anthony DeSclafani
  • Mike Dunn
  • Sam Dyson
  • Nathan Eovaldi
  • Jose Fernandez DL60
  • Brian Flynn
  • Kevin Gregg DL60
  • Brad Hand
  • Chris Hatcher
  • Andrew Heaney
  • Dan Jennings
  • Tom Koehler
  • Bryan Morris
  • Edgar Olmos
  • Brad Penny
  • A.J. Ramos
  • Jose Urena
  • Rob Brantly
  • Jeff Mathis
  • Jacob Realmuto
  • Jarrod Saltalamacchia
  • Jeff Baker
  • Justin Bour
  • Derek Dietrich
  • Rafael Furcal DL60
  • Adeiny Hechavarria
  • Garrett Jones
  • Ed Lucas
  • Casey McGehee
  • Donovan Solano
  • Jordany Valdespin
  • Enrique Hernandez
  • Kyle Jensen
  • Reed Johnson
  • Marcell Ozuna
  • Giancarlo Stanton
  • Christian Yelich

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Cheap Miami Marlins Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$1.00 Philadelphia Phillies at Miami Marlins — 09/06/2016
Marlins Ballpark; Miami, FL
$1.00 Miami Marlins at Atlanta Braves — 09/13/2016
Turner Field; Atlanta, GA
$1.00 Miami Marlins at Los Angeles Dodgers — 05/13/2015
Dodger Stadium; Los Angeles, CA
$2.00 Miami Marlins at St. Louis Cardinals — 07/06/2017
Busch Stadium; Saint Louis, MO
$2.00 Miami Marlins at Atlanta Braves — 09/12/2016
Turner Field; Atlanta, GA
$2.00 Miami Marlins at Atlanta Braves — 09/14/2016
Turner Field; Atlanta, GA
$2.00 New York Mets at Miami Marlins — 09/20/2017
Marlins Ballpark; Miami, FL
$2.00 Miami Marlins at Los Angeles Dodgers — 04/28/2016
Dodger Stadium; Los Angeles, CA
$2.00 Miami Marlins at St. Louis Cardinals — 07/05/2017
Busch Stadium; Saint Louis, MO
$2.00 Miami Marlins at San Francisco Giants — 05/07/2015
AT&T Park; San Francisco, CA

Best and Most Expensive Miami Marlins Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$110.00Miami Marlins at Atlanta Braves — 05/29/2016
Turner Field; Atlanta, GA
$95.00Detroit Tigers at Miami Marlins — 04/05/2016
Marlins Ballpark; Miami, FL
$92.00Miami Marlins at St. Louis Cardinals — 07/16/2016
Busch Stadium; Saint Louis, MO
$85.00Miami Marlins at San Francisco Giants — 04/23/2016
AT&T Park; San Francisco, CA
$84.00Colorado Rockies at San Francisco Giants — 04/13/2015
AT&T Park; San Francisco, CA
$80.00Miami Marlins at New York Mets — 04/18/2015
Citi Field; Flushing, NY
$78.00New York Mets at Miami Marlins — 07/23/2016
Marlins Ballpark; Miami, FL
$77.00Spring Training: Miami Marlins at St. Louis Cardinals — 03/08/2015
Roger Dean Stadium; Jupiter, FL
$69.00Spring Training: Detroit Tigers at Miami Marlins — 03/15/2015
Roger Dean Stadium; Jupiter, FL
$67.00Miami Marlins at Chicago Cubs — 07/03/2015
Wrigley Field; Chicago, IL