Instagram account marlinsnetwork posted what appears to be evidence of the rebrand as it appears on the Marlins’ 2019 Spring Training logo.
by: David Hill — Fansided: Call To The Pen 50m
The Miami Marlins are continuing their quest to corner the market on international bonus pool money with their trade with the Houston Astros. There is no s...
by: David Phillips — SB Nation: Fish Stripes 9h
Jeter 1, Art 0.
by: Charlotte Carroll October 16, 2018 — Sports Illustrated 10h
This Miami Marlins sculpture is outta there.
by: Sean Keeley — The Comeback 10h
Derek Jeter will be remembered in New York as a clutch champion who never let his fans down. In Miami, however, he’s off to a pretty bad start. Jeter seemed to have two goals when he took over as co-owner of the Miami Marlins. One, to purge the roster...
by: foxsports — Fox Sports 12h
The colorful, mechanical sculpture moved when a Marlins player hit a homer and will continue to do so.
by: N/A — MLB: Marlins 12h
The Marlins will remove the seven-story "Homer" sculpture from Marlins Park. The Art in Public Places board of Miami-Dade County unanimously voted Tuesday in favor of the Marlins' plan to relocate the colorful, mechanical artwork to a location outside...
by: Jason Wilson — The Score 12h
Those attending Miami Marlins home games in 2019 will no longer have a view of the stadium's most iconic element: the home run sculpture in center field.The team has received permission from Miami-Dade County to move the sculpture to the plaza outside...
by: Joseph Zucker — Bleacher Report 13h
Last offseason, Derek Jeter helped strip the Miami Marlins roster of its best players. Now, he's going after the most identifiable feature of Marlins Park...
by: Jordan McPherson — Miami Herald 13h
The Miami Marlins’ home run sculpture will no longer be inside Marlins Park, a move Derek Jeter has wanted for a while now. Fans had plenty of reaction on social media
Marlins are removing the home run sculpture from their stadium and it could cost them $2.5 million, report says - CBSSports.com
by: Dayn Perry — CBS Sports 13h
Derek Jeter will reportedly get his way when it comes to the work of baseball art