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Marlins announce new lounge area The Club

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MIAMI -- Fans looking to be close to the action at Marlins Park and to have the opportunity to sit back and relax in an atmosphere that reflects the flavor of Miami are now invited to be part of The Club.

The Marlins on Friday unveiled The Club presented by DEX Imaging, an updated lounge area for fans in the location that previously was the Diamond Club.

MIAMI -- Fans looking to be close to the action at Marlins Park and to have the opportunity to sit back and relax in an atmosphere that reflects the flavor of Miami are now invited to be part of The Club.

The Marlins on Friday unveiled The Club presented by DEX Imaging, an updated lounge area for fans in the location that previously was the Diamond Club.

"As we make Marlins Park the go-to destination for a first-class entertainment experience, we begin with The Club presented by DEX Imaging," Marlins president of business operations Chip Bowers said in a statement.

The introduction of The Club is part of many enhancements the organization is making at Marlins Park this offseason.

Another big change fans will notice in 2019 is the Home Run Sculpture being moved outside Marlins Park. In its place in left-center field will be a party deck, which is in the process of being built.

The Club will be a behind-home-plate experience for fans seeking to enjoy many benefits and perks.

"After listening to fans throughout last season, this enhancement is part of our ongoing commitment to exceed expectations and elevate the fan experience at Marlins Park, with a fresh Miami vibe in a unique setting," Bowers said.

The Club will feature a live DJ and be an area for fans to dine and socialize in a casual setting, and it promises to be a hot spot for Marlins games and events at Marlins Park.

The interior design will deliver a fresh Miami look, courtesy of local firm Edge of Architecture.

Once completed, The Club will feature more than a 20-percent increase in club function space, as well as a redesigned entrance. Along with the new food and beverage options, there will be a new corridor to the club's premium seats behind home plate.

Fans in The Club also will be able to enjoy views of the Marlins' batting cages.

Joe Frisaro has covered the Marlins for MLB.com since 2002. Follow him on Twitter @JoeFrisaro and listen to his podcast.

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