The current stadium the Miami Marlins play in is Marlins Park. Before the 2012 move into the stadium, the Marlins played in Sun Life Stadium. Sun Life Stadium changed names many times. Starting as Joe Robbie Stadium (1987-96), then changing it to Pro Player Park in 1996 and quickly to Pro Player Stadium (1996-2005). Dolphins Stadium became the new name of the stadium from 2005 to 06 where it was changed to Dolphin Stadium (2006-09). Then in 2009, the stadium became Land Shark Stadium from 2009-10. Finally the name became Sun Life Stadium in 2010 which it still is.
The Florida Marlins baseball park is named Sun Life Stadium. It is located in Miami, Florida.
The Florida Marlins play their home games at Sun Life Stadium. It is located in Miami Gardens, Florida.
Sun Life Stadium, the home of the Florida Marlins, has a grass playing surface.
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From 1993 to 2011 the Florida Marlins played at a football stadium known most recently as Sun Life Stadium which did not have a roof. The team is now known as the Miami Marlins. Beginning in April 2012 they will play in their new retractable roof stadium known as Marlins Park. Marlins Park is located on the site of the old Orange Bowl in Miami, Florida.
The Marlins play their home games (2011) at Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens and are scheduled to move into a new stadium in Miami for the 2012 season.
The Florida Marlins play at Marlin Park. Marlin Park is located in Miami, Florida. It is the home of Miami's only Major League Baseball team. It can hold over 36,000 people.
The Marlins share Roger Dean Stadium with the St. Louis Cardinals in Jupiter, Florida
The Marlins name originates from the fish species.
yes. the Miami herald said that in 2012 when the marlins open their new stadium, they will have new uniforms and will be called the Miami marlins. their new stadium will be were the orange bowl used to be so they would be located in Miami.
Daniel Barone debuted on August 10, 2007, playing for the Florida Marlins at Dolphin Stadium; he played his final game on September 26, 2007, playing for the Florida Marlins at Dolphin Stadium.
Brett Sinkbeil debuted on September 15, 2010, playing for the Florida Marlins at Dolphin Stadium; he played his final game on September 26, 2010, playing for the Florida Marlins at Dolphin Stadium.