This review was originally published on www.stadiumjourney.com. When the Florida Marlins began their existence as a Major League franchise in 1993, it seemed as though the league had expanded to a perfect market. There was a diverse community of baseball lovers waiting to soak up the sun and take in a ball game. Unfortunately, there was no baseball stadium for the team, so they became co-tenants with the Miami Dolphins in what was originally known as Joe Robbie Stadium. In 1996 it became Pro Player Stadium, then Dolphin Stadium in 2005, and finally Land Shark Stadium in 2009. There is something inherently bad about seeing baseball played in a football stadium. Currently construction is underway on a new facility that will be ready to play in in 2012.áThe Marlins organization is as anxious ...
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