The Marlins are asking fans to bring instruments, whistles and flags to their new 'Comunidad 305' section
Marlins Park is one of the party-est ballparks in baseball. They have The Clevelander, a literal dance club, inside the stadium, they have the greatest and flashiest home run sculpture in MLB history and they have players that do things like this:
So, it's no surprise that the Marlins want to create a giant orchestral section in their ballpark next season called "Comunidad 305."
JUST IN: Marlins announce that they encourage fans to bring "musical instruments, flags, and more" to Marlins Park next year in newly-named outfield section "Comunidad 305."— Andy Slater (@AndySlater) August 29, 2018
According to the Sun-Sentinel, the section will be in right field and cost $8 per ticket. President of Business Operations Chip Bowers wants to create a loud and passionate atmosphere like the ones seen at MLS or World Baseball Classic games. Let's hope for this:
Let's also make sure you-know-who gets the invite.