From the first pitch to the last game and the All-Star Game in between, there has never been a better time to get single game tickets at Marlins Park! The youthful Marlins look to be in the thick of things in the NL East race and contend for a playoff spot against division rivals Washington and New York.
The Marlins will also host the World Series champion Cubs and renew their rivalry with Tampa Bay in the Citrus Series. Plus, Mike Trout brings the Los Angeles Angels for their first trip to Marlins Park in late May. With all this and All-Star weekend in South Florida, the time is now to get your Marlins tickets! We have the full game schedule for the Marlins season below.
The Marlins look to continue their upward trajectory in manager Don Mattingly’s second season, and are fielding arguably their best team since moving into Marlins Park in 2012. Slugger Giancarlo Stanton again is the focal point of the offense, and he’ll be backed by fellow outfielders Christian Yelich and Marcell Ozuna.
Dee Gordon has plenty of flash on the basepaths and sizzle defensively at second base, and Ichiro Suzuki will again provide veteran leadership as he continues his climb up Major League Baseball’s all-time hits list. On the mound, free agent singing Edinson Volquez will lead a deep starting rotation that expects big things from Adam Conley, Wei-Yin Chen and Mike Koehler as the Marlins seek their first winning record since 2009 and first playoff appearance since capturing the 2003 World Series.