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Miami Marlins

The Marlins joined the National League as an expansion team in 1993. They were called the Florida Marlins until the 2012 season. When they moved to their current home at Marlins Park, the team updated its look and changed its name to the Miami Marlins.

The Marlins have qualified for the playoffs twice — in 1997 and 2003 — both times as a wild card team. But the Marlins made the most of their two trips to the postseason. They won the World Series both times. In 2003, the Marlins were able to rebound from a poor start after replacing manager Jeff Torborg with Jack McKeon. The Marlins faced the New York Yankees in the World Series. The Yankees’ payroll was over $100 million larger than the young Marlins team. But the Marlins, with players like World Series MVP Josh Beckett and future hall of fame catcher Ivan Rodriguez, were able to upset the Yankees in six games.

In 2017, the Marlins hosted the MLB All Star Game and placed second in the National League East. Although the Marlins did not make the playoffs, the team still had an exciting season. Edinson Volquez threw a no-hitter at home against the Diamondbacks, and Giancarlo Stanton kept hitting home runs. He became the first player since 2013 to hit over 50 HRs and finished the season with 59. Stanton was named the National League MVP after the end of the season.

An ownership group led by Yankees legend Derek Jeter purchased the Marlins in the offseason for $1.2 billion. Since the new group took over, the Marlins have made some roster changes – most notably trading Stanton to the Yankees.

How to buy Miami Marlins tickets

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  • Browse the above listings of Marlins games to find a game you would like to attend. Once you find the perfect date and matchup, click on the green button on the right hand side of the screen to see all available tickets for that game.
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When do Marlins playoff tickets go on sale?

If the Marlins make the MLB Playoffs, playoff tickets should go on sale shortly after, typically in September or October. Be sure to sign up for an account so you can get alerts about Marlins playoff tickets!

Miami Marlins schedule

For a list of upcoming Marlins games, feel free to browse the game listings above.

How much do Marlins tickets cost?

SeatGeek has the widest selection of tickets on the web, offering Marlins tickets for every fan at every price point. Typically, Marlins tickets start at about $15. Visit our Marlins Ticket Prices page for more information.

Marlins Game Experience

SeatGeek asked thousands of MLB fans to weigh in on their baseball stadium experiences, rating atmosphere, in-stadium food, and bathrooms. Marlins Park was ranked #23 for atmosphere, #22 for food, and #10 for bathrooms.

Marlins fans can browse the full Marlins Park Stadium Guide or check out how other MLB stadiums measured up on our MLB Stadium Guide page.

Miami Marlins Top Matchups

The Miami Marlins have a number of exciting matchups this season, see below for their top rivalries.

Miami Marlins Ticket Prices

SeasonLocationAverage Ticket Price
2019
$32
2018
$35
2017
$27
2016
$31
2015
$41
2014
$36
2013
$26
2012
$33
2011
$43
2010
$38

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