The bright lights go up over the brand new Marlins Park
Even scooting around Marlins Park is luxurious in this set of wheels
Park employees gather before the first big event
No, that's not a rendering, that's really what the new park looks like
Is this seat taken?
There's not a scratch on any of the seats in the new Marlins Park yet
Hopefully the fish will be hitting many a ball over this wall
The state-of-the-art park definitely has that Miami flair
Perfectly groomed field lines
Hey guys, we know you just finished the park, but it looks like you forgot your hats!
No, that's not a Marlin pond in the middle of the diamond, just a tarp protecting the clay
Tropical fish swim in a tank behind home plate. Can't say that about Fenway, eh?
The dugouts are waiting for cleat marks and peanut shells to scuff up their floors
*WHOOSH*WHOOSH*WHOOSH* (That's the sound of the big lights turning on...)
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How would you like to watch a game on that big screen? It's almost as if you're really there!
A little batting practice anyone?
Giving the field one last grooming before the first exhibition game
In their shiny new uniforms, the Marlins take the field and check out their new digs.
Talking with the enemy...
New Marlins Manager Ozzie Guillen walks and talks with Jose Reyes and Hanley Ramirez
An estimated 21 million Americans deal with some form of vision loss, doctors say.
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