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Below is the 2015 Miami Marlins schedule for Marlins Ballpark. To buy tickets select the date of the Baseball game you would like to attend and you will be taken to available seating. Please call 1-800-550-7556 if you prefer to order your Marlins tickets by phone.

Game Schedule

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June 18, 2018
Monday, 7:15 PM
San Francisco Giants vs. Miami Marlins
AT&T Park
San Francisco, CA
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June 19, 2018
Tuesday, 7:15 PM
San Francisco Giants vs. Miami Marlins
AT&T Park
San Francisco, CA
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June 20, 2018
Wednesday, 12:45 PM
San Francisco Giants vs. Miami Marlins
AT&T Park
San Francisco, CA
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June 22, 2018
Friday, 6:40 PM
Colorado Rockies vs. Miami Marlins
Coors Field
Denver, CO
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June 23, 2018
Saturday, 1:10 PM
Colorado Rockies vs. Miami Marlins
Coors Field
Denver, CO
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June 24, 2018
Sunday, 1:10 PM
Colorado Rockies vs. Miami Marlins
Coors Field
Denver, CO
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June 25, 2018
Monday, 7:10 PM
Miami Marlins vs. Arizona Diamondbacks
Marlins Ballpark
Miami, FL
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June 26, 2018
Tuesday, 7:10 PM
Miami Marlins vs. Arizona Diamondbacks
Marlins Ballpark
Miami, FL
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June 27, 2018
Wednesday, 7:10 PM
Miami Marlins vs. Arizona Diamondbacks
Marlins Ballpark
Miami, FL
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June 28, 2018
Thursday, 12:10 PM
Miami Marlins vs. Arizona Diamondbacks
Marlins Ballpark
Miami, FL
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June 29, 2018
Friday, 7:10 PM
Miami Marlins vs. New York Mets
Marlins Ballpark
Miami, FL
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June 30, 2018
Saturday, 4:10 PM
Miami Marlins vs. New York Mets
Marlins Ballpark
Miami, FL
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July 01, 2018
Sunday, 1:10 PM
Miami Marlins vs. New York Mets
Marlins Ballpark
Miami, FL
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July 02, 2018
Monday, 7:10 PM
Miami Marlins vs. Tampa Bay Rays
Marlins Ballpark
Miami, FL
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July 03, 2018
Tuesday, 7:10 PM
Miami Marlins vs. Tampa Bay Rays
Marlins Ballpark
Miami, FL
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Florida Marlins Team Info

Marlins fans are asking "What’s going on with this franchise?". First the wise heads that run the club hire one of the bright coaches on the MLB scene to lead their team and then they send the majority of their stars elsewhere, leaving the rookie skipper high and dry. I know they received some young talent in return and we can talk about that, but Manager Joe Girardi must be scratching his head. Marlins regulars must be scratching theirs as well. Such is life for the have-nots in Major League Baseball.

To refer to the Marlins as have-nots is curious when you stop to remember the success they have enjoyed on the field in their short time on this earth. They won the World Series in 1997 with a pitching staff featuring the likes of Kevin Brown and Al Lieter. Looking at it from that angle, Marlins fans don’t have a lot to be unhappy about. Of course, from their perspective, those trophies were won a long time ago. What have the Marlins done for them lately?

Perhaps a better question is what is Marlins management trying to do now. The team is built around two remaining stars; namely Willis and Miguel Cabrera. In the Carlos Delgado deal, they acquired a potential star in first baseman Mike Jacobs. He’ll show some power, which will be needed. Hanley Ramirez will get an opportunity to show his stuff at shortstop. Speaking of youngsters, the Marlins are very excited about young lefty Scott Olson, who was highly rated by Baseball America.