Miami Marlins

MLB Roundtable: Executives On The Current, Future State Of Their Teams

With playoffs underway in Major League Baseball, the league is just weeks away from concluding another whirlwind season. While the league overall faced another year of declining attendance, Front Office […]

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Another Year Of Declining Attendance: How Worried Should MLB Be?

MLB’s 2019 season was the year of the home run, as 6,770 long balls were hit, more than 600 than the previous high, with 15 teams setting new individual records. […]

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Has Sports’ Social Media Snark Gone Too Far?

Social media has provided teams and properties something they’ve never had before – the ability to give their brand a voice. That has been a boon for teams, helping them […]

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Shot Callers: Elisa Padilla on Miami Marlins’ New Marketing Strategy

Part of the Miami Marlins’ rebrand has been adjusting their approach to community relations. Meet the woman spearheading that effort.

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Shot Callers: Adam Jones on the Miami Marlins’ New Direction

The Marlins’ Chief Revenue Officer sits down with Adam White to talk about the organization’s recent overhaul and improvements to Marlins Park.

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The Weekly Legal Briefing: Ain’t No Trust

From stadium design to criminal justice, this week in sports law was a busy one.

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Marlins Launch Initiative for Fan Input

The campaign will allow fans to have their voices heard and to provide their feedback on a myriad of topics, ranging from food and the in-game experience to the team’s branding.

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E-6: Captain Sinking his Own Ship

After a wild week of trades and verbal barbs, many are questioning Jeter’s intentions. He looks THRILLED to be there… (Photo: marlins.com) Wow, who knew Mickey Mouse was such a […]

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