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Fans invited to Marlins' 2018 holiday block party

Set for Friday, November 30 from 6-10 p.m. at Giralda Plaza

The Miami Marlins will kick off the holiday season with a community block party at Giralda Plaza in Coral Gables on Friday, November 30, from 6-10 p.m. The complimentary event is open to the public and will combine the trendy setting of Giralda Plaza with bright lights, and sounds of Miami's hottest bands. The area will be decked out with games, a baseball art installation, social photo engagements, and flashes of colors representing the new colores of the Miami Marlins.

Fans will be joined by Marlins players Lewis Brinson, Pablo López and Nick Wittgren, Marlins alumnus Gaby Sanchez, and Marlins television personalities Todd Hollandsworth, Craig Minervini and Paul Severino. The event will feature live performances by Yoli Mayor from America's Got Talent, and PALO!, an iconic local Miami band that has received multiple Grammy and Latin Grammy nominations.

The Miami Marlins will kick off the holiday season with a community block party at Giralda Plaza in Coral Gables on Friday, November 30, from 6-10 p.m. The complimentary event is open to the public and will combine the trendy setting of Giralda Plaza with bright lights, and sounds of Miami's hottest bands. The area will be decked out with games, a baseball art installation, social photo engagements, and flashes of colors representing the new colores of the Miami Marlins.

Fans will be joined by Marlins players Lewis Brinson, Pablo López and Nick Wittgren, Marlins alumnus Gaby Sanchez, and Marlins television personalities Todd Hollandsworth, Craig Minervini and Paul Severino. The event will feature live performances by Yoli Mayor from America's Got Talent, and PALO!, an iconic local Miami band that has received multiple Grammy and Latin Grammy nominations.

Marlins Members will have exclusive access to Three Fold Café, where they can enjoy complimentary food and beverages. In addition, members can take part in cookie decorating, ornament decorating, and a photo opportunity with Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus.

Additional information is available at the team's official websites, Marlins.com and MarlinsBeisbol.com.

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Five families surprised with new cars as part of Miami Marlins Surprise & Drive presented by AutoNation in partnership with NBC6 Miami

MIAMI -- Throughout this week, the Miami Marlins, in partnership with AutoNation and NBC6 Miami, are surprising five South Florida families with a brand new car with the Miami Marlins Surprise & Drive presented by AutoNation.

Marlins CEO Derek Jeter, Marlins players Lewis Brinson, Pablo Lopez and Peter O'Brien, and Marlins alumnus Charles Johnson joined NBC6's Kristin Sanchez in delivering the surprises. The five families were selected by partnering organizations of the Miami Marlins: AutoNation, Guitars Over Guns, Dibia DREAM, Special Olympics Florida - Miami-Dade and The Education Fund.

MIAMI -- Throughout this week, the Miami Marlins, in partnership with AutoNation and NBC6 Miami, are surprising five South Florida families with a brand new car with the Miami Marlins Surprise & Drive presented by AutoNation.

Marlins CEO Derek Jeter, Marlins players Lewis Brinson, Pablo Lopez and Peter O'Brien, and Marlins alumnus Charles Johnson joined NBC6's Kristin Sanchez in delivering the surprises. The five families were selected by partnering organizations of the Miami Marlins: AutoNation, Guitars Over Guns, Dibia DREAM, Special Olympics Florida - Miami-Dade and The Education Fund.

Beginning today (Monday, November 26), these special stories will be told each day this week on NBC6's 6 in the Mix, which airs at 11:30 a.m., and be posted on Marlins social media platforms.

Throughout the 2018 season, the Miami Marlins, in partnership with AutoNation, awarded 25 selected fans at Marlins home games with a prize of a 24-month car lease. The "Marlins Year of the Fan Sweepstakes, Driven by AutoNation" was open to any eligible fan in attendance at each select home date.

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A new look, a new style, a new vision: introducing our colores -- the next-generation identity of the Miami Marlins

The evolution of the Miami Marlins continues with the organization announcing today the club's new logo and colors. The next-generation Marlins identity is stylish, energetic, and vibrant in ways that uniquely represent the Miami community. This next evolution of the team's logo embodies refinement and style, with a focus on looking forward -- towards the future. 
 
Miami's new colors are: Caliente Red, Miami Blue, Midnight Black, and Slate Grey. Our Colores can be seen throughout the culture of Miami, on the vibrant streets and metropolitan landscape of South Florida, and are representative of the shades of colors found in the large variety of cultural flags flown throughout the community's many neighborhoods. The logo and colors aim to capture the rich baseball history, diversity, and energy of the area. The pairing of Miami Blue and Caliente Red pop off of the base color of Midnight Black, energizing the script and giving the logo an electric and vibrant look -- emblematic of the Miami energy and nightlife. 
 
The styling of the modern script "M" and curved tapered serif font is a classic approach influenced by the typography commonly found among the Latin-American culture. The look has as much to do with the infusion of the local Hispanic culture as it does with the history of baseball in Miami as the font style and accent colors are a throwback to the Miami Marlins and the Havana Sugar Kings of the 1950s. 
 
The primary logo features a marlin drawn to be much more athletic and powerful. It has an upward body position to capture its strength, speed, and legendary fighting spirit. 
 
Fans looking for first access to Miami Marlins merchandise can visit the New Era Team Store at Marlins Park on Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Merchandise is also available via the online team store at Marlins.com, beginning at 9 a.m. on Friday. 
 
The Miami Marlins brand launch continues Friday morning with the official unveiling of the club's new uniforms. Fans can register today at Marlins.com/FirstLook to be one of the first to see the new Miami Marlins uniforms. In addition, the Marlins will make numerous visits throughout the South Florida community, led by Marlins CEO Derek Jeter, and Marlins players, alumni, and executives. The organization will surprise fans, Marlins Members, and partners with new Marlins merchandise. 

The evolution of the Miami Marlins continues with the organization announcing today the club's new logo and colors. The next-generation Marlins identity is stylish, energetic, and vibrant in ways that uniquely represent the Miami community. This next evolution of the team's logo embodies refinement and style, with a focus on looking forward -- towards the future. 
 
Miami's new colors are: Caliente Red, Miami Blue, Midnight Black, and Slate Grey. Our Colores can be seen throughout the culture of Miami, on the vibrant streets and metropolitan landscape of South Florida, and are representative of the shades of colors found in the large variety of cultural flags flown throughout the community's many neighborhoods. The logo and colors aim to capture the rich baseball history, diversity, and energy of the area. The pairing of Miami Blue and Caliente Red pop off of the base color of Midnight Black, energizing the script and giving the logo an electric and vibrant look -- emblematic of the Miami energy and nightlife. 
 
The styling of the modern script "M" and curved tapered serif font is a classic approach influenced by the typography commonly found among the Latin-American culture. The look has as much to do with the infusion of the local Hispanic culture as it does with the history of baseball in Miami as the font style and accent colors are a throwback to the Miami Marlins and the Havana Sugar Kings of the 1950s. 
 
The primary logo features a marlin drawn to be much more athletic and powerful. It has an upward body position to capture its strength, speed, and legendary fighting spirit. 
 
Fans looking for first access to Miami Marlins merchandise can visit the New Era Team Store at Marlins Park on Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Merchandise is also available via the online team store at Marlins.com, beginning at 9 a.m. on Friday. 
 
The Miami Marlins brand launch continues Friday morning with the official unveiling of the club's new uniforms. Fans can register today at Marlins.com/FirstLook to be one of the first to see the new Miami Marlins uniforms. In addition, the Marlins will make numerous visits throughout the South Florida community, led by Marlins CEO Derek Jeter, and Marlins players, alumni, and executives. The organization will surprise fans, Marlins Members, and partners with new Marlins merchandise. 

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New social areas at Marlins Park to create engaging experience with unique vantage points and group space

Center Field Zone and SRO Social Section offer unique field views and experiences, with passes starting at just $10 per game

MIAMI -- The on-going transformation of Marlins Park into a first-class entertainment experience continues with the addition of two social space concepts, Center Field Zone and SRO (Standing Room Only) Social Section. These ballpark enhancements will offer fans new vantage points and unique viewing experiences at Marlins home games. Both areas, which were designed by MSA Sport - a national sports architecture firm, feature standing room only (SRO) space which enhances the ability to flow freely between locations for varied perspectives of the field and game action. A new low-priced ticket product, the SRO Social Pass, will provide holders with priority access to both new locations and viewing experiences.

"As we continue our commitment to elevate the fan experience at Marlins Park, we are focused on creating a sense of community through spaces which encourage social engagement among fans," said Chip Bowers, Marlins President of Business Operations. "The new Center Field Zone and SRO Social Section will provide unique field sightlines and access for fans, with passes starting as low as $10 per game." The Center Field Zone is a tiered viewing platform structure with three primary levels. The top level is accessible to all fans from the Promenade Level and will feature a craft cocktail bar experience; the middle level will serve as an exclusive standing view platform with drink rail for SRO Social Pass holders; and the lower level will serve as an exclusive group hospitality space.

MIAMI -- The on-going transformation of Marlins Park into a first-class entertainment experience continues with the addition of two social space concepts, Center Field Zone and SRO (Standing Room Only) Social Section. These ballpark enhancements will offer fans new vantage points and unique viewing experiences at Marlins home games. Both areas, which were designed by MSA Sport - a national sports architecture firm, feature standing room only (SRO) space which enhances the ability to flow freely between locations for varied perspectives of the field and game action. A new low-priced ticket product, the SRO Social Pass, will provide holders with priority access to both new locations and viewing experiences.

"As we continue our commitment to elevate the fan experience at Marlins Park, we are focused on creating a sense of community through spaces which encourage social engagement among fans," said Chip Bowers, Marlins President of Business Operations. "The new Center Field Zone and SRO Social Section will provide unique field sightlines and access for fans, with passes starting as low as $10 per game." The Center Field Zone is a tiered viewing platform structure with three primary levels. The top level is accessible to all fans from the Promenade Level and will feature a craft cocktail bar experience; the middle level will serve as an exclusive standing view platform with drink rail for SRO Social Pass holders; and the lower level will serve as an exclusive group hospitality space.

Redevelopment of this area at Marlins Park will provide improved sightlines from the concourse to the field and back to the cityscape in the exterior through the Skyline Terrace. The re-imagined in-bowl visual experience is surrounded by a redesigned batter's eye with a lush, ivy-look that transitions to the State Farm signage on the left field facade.

With more than 2,250 total square feet of space across the three levels, the Center Field Zone will reach a spectator capacity of nearly 400. The lower level, which overlooks the center field wall, and brings fans closer to the action, will have contained hospitality space for up to 200 guests - ideal for group outings and functions.

"Our goal is to make Marlins Park an entertainment venue that appeals to all, from the baseball fan to the avid business networker," added Bowers. "As we look to further engage the burgeoning millennial audience in Miami, this new feature will provide an option for an enhanced social environment to meet the demand of the next generation of baseball fans."

SRO Social Section, with a spectator capacity of more than 200, will be located in the foul territory corner of right field, composed of the former 10 rows of Sections 1-3 closest to the Promenade Level concourse. The section will provide an exclusive access gathering spot for SRO Social Pass holders with a redesigned in-section view of the game from five tiered drink rails.

For more information on the new social areas and other ballpark enhancements coming to Marlins Park, please visit Marlins.com/BallparkEnhancements.

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Marlins Hot Stove Show returns to 940 WINZ on November 6

New Beyond the Bases podcast available at Marlins.com/podcasts

Marlins fans can keep up to date with the latest news and hear from Miami Marlins players, coaches and executives on the Marlins Hot Stove Show and the team's new podcast, Beyond the Bases. The Marlins Hot Stove Show returns to the team's official flagship home 940 AM WINZ at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, November 6, featuring an interview with Marlins President of Baseball Operations Michael Hill. The weekly one-hour radio show will air each Tuesday night during the offseason, leading up the start of the 2019 Spring Training camp.

The Marlins' Beyond the Bases launched on Thursday, November 1, featuring Marlins CEO Derek Jeter, and Jordan Yamamoto, Marlins pitching prospect recently named to the Arizona Fall League All-Star Game. The podcast will feature a new episode each Thursday during the offseason.

Marlins fans can keep up to date with the latest news and hear from Miami Marlins players, coaches and executives on the Marlins Hot Stove Show and the team's new podcast, Beyond the Bases. The Marlins Hot Stove Show returns to the team's official flagship home 940 AM WINZ at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, November 6, featuring an interview with Marlins President of Baseball Operations Michael Hill. The weekly one-hour radio show will air each Tuesday night during the offseason, leading up the start of the 2019 Spring Training camp.

The Marlins' Beyond the Bases launched on Thursday, November 1, featuring Marlins CEO Derek Jeter, and Jordan Yamamoto, Marlins pitching prospect recently named to the Arizona Fall League All-Star Game. The podcast will feature a new episode each Thursday during the offseason.

Hosted by Marlins broadcaster Kyle Sielaff, the Marlins Hot Stove Show and Beyond the Bases will provide listeners with the latest information surrounding the Miami Marlins, and feature special guests, including Marlins players, coaches, front office executives, Major League Baseball representatives, national media members and baseball personalities.

Episodes of Beyond the Bases can be found at Marlins.com/Podcasts

Additional information is available at the team's official websites, Marlins.com and MarlinsBeisbol.com.

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The game has changed with a reimagined premium experience at The Club presented by DEX Imaging

New seat corridor, reimagined food and beverage experience, and a live DJ provide a uniquely refined Miami vibe in a contemporary club atmosphere

MIAMI -- The premium standard is being reset by the Miami Marlins with The Club presented by DEX Imaging. The premium space at Marlins Park is receiving a transformation into a first-class lounge experience that speaks to those seeking a uniquely refined Miami vibe. With a reimagined food and beverage experience, The Club presented by DEX Imaging will feature an elevated casual concept with music playing and a variety of food and drink options, which extend to and enhance the in-seat experience. A versatile space for guests to dine or socialize aims to be the hotspot for Marlins games and events at Marlins Park. The interior design will deliver a fresh Miami look, as designed by local Miami firm, Edge of Architecture.

"As we make Marlins Park the go-to destination for a first-class entertainment experience, we begin with The Club presented by DEX Imaging, which will provide guests a first-class, premium experience," said Chip Bowers, Marlins President of Business Operations. "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."

MIAMI -- The premium standard is being reset by the Miami Marlins with The Club presented by DEX Imaging. The premium space at Marlins Park is receiving a transformation into a first-class lounge experience that speaks to those seeking a uniquely refined Miami vibe. With a reimagined food and beverage experience, The Club presented by DEX Imaging will feature an elevated casual concept with music playing and a variety of food and drink options, which extend to and enhance the in-seat experience. A versatile space for guests to dine or socialize aims to be the hotspot for Marlins games and events at Marlins Park. The interior design will deliver a fresh Miami look, as designed by local Miami firm, Edge of Architecture.

"As we make Marlins Park the go-to destination for a first-class entertainment experience, we begin with The Club presented by DEX Imaging, which will provide guests a first-class, premium experience," said Chip Bowers, Marlins President of Business Operations. "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."

Upon completion of its renovation, The Club presented by DEX Imaging will feature more than a 20 percent increase in club function space as well as a redesigned entrance to welcome guests, a new stylish bar serving craft cocktails and featured beverages, and a new corridor to the club's premium seats behind home plate - which will transform and elevate the path from club to seat. The contemporary club atmosphere will include a live DJ setting an event appropriate vibe and a variety of in-club seating for dining and socializing. Fans can enjoy in-club views of the Marlins batting cages, while sampling drinks and passed small bites prior to first pitch and interacting with featured chefs during live in-club cooking demonstrations.

For more information on The Club presented by DEX Imaging, please visit Marlins.com/TheClub.

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Marlins sign top-ranked international prospect Víctor Víctor Mesa and brother Víctor Mesa Jr.

The Miami Marlins today announced that the club has signed outfielders Víctor Víctor Mesa and Víctor Mesa Jr. to Minor League contracts.  
 
Mesa, 22, is the top-ranked International prospect in the 2018-19 class, according to MLB Pipeline, Baseball America, and FanGraphs. He debuted for Matanzas in Cuba's top domestic league, Serie Nacional, as a 16-year-old in 2012 and had his best season in 2016-17, batting .354 with a .399 on-base percentage, a .539 slugging percentage, seven home runs, and 40 stolen bases in 70 games. He also played for Cuba in the 2017 World Baseball Classic, going 3x7 (.429) with two doubles and three RBI in six games.  
 
Mesa Jr., 17, a left-handed hitter who starred for Cuba's U18 national team, batting .320 (8x25) with a double and an RBI at the U18 World Cup last year. He was part of Cuba's U15 World Series winning team in 2014 and claimed the batting title in his most recent domestic amateur tournament. 

The Miami Marlins today announced that the club has signed outfielders Víctor Víctor Mesa and Víctor Mesa Jr. to Minor League contracts.  
 
Mesa, 22, is the top-ranked International prospect in the 2018-19 class, according to MLB Pipeline, Baseball America, and FanGraphs. He debuted for Matanzas in Cuba's top domestic league, Serie Nacional, as a 16-year-old in 2012 and had his best season in 2016-17, batting .354 with a .399 on-base percentage, a .539 slugging percentage, seven home runs, and 40 stolen bases in 70 games. He also played for Cuba in the 2017 World Baseball Classic, going 3x7 (.429) with two doubles and three RBI in six games.  
 
Mesa Jr., 17, a left-handed hitter who starred for Cuba's U18 national team, batting .320 (8x25) with a double and an RBI at the U18 World Cup last year. He was part of Cuba's U15 World Series winning team in 2014 and claimed the batting title in his most recent domestic amateur tournament. 

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Marlins to host annual MVP Internship Job Fair on Oct. 25 at Marlins Park

MIAMI - Young leaders are invited to Marlins Park for the annual Marlins Valuable Professionals (MVP) Internship Job Fair on Thursday, October 25 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The internship positions will be available beginning January or June 2019, and are paid positions that require full-time hours in addition to gameday responsibilities. Candidates, who must be at least 18 years of age to be eligible for employment, should bring several résumé copies. Business attire is required. Complimentary parking is available in the Home Plate Garage.

The MVP Internship Program aims to offer young leaders in the community an opportunity to enhance their academic and professional development at Marlins Park. Marlins interns gain high-level work experience, while applying their academic preparation in various departments that support the Major League Baseball team.

MIAMI - Young leaders are invited to Marlins Park for the annual Marlins Valuable Professionals (MVP) Internship Job Fair on Thursday, October 25 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The internship positions will be available beginning January or June 2019, and are paid positions that require full-time hours in addition to gameday responsibilities. Candidates, who must be at least 18 years of age to be eligible for employment, should bring several résumé copies. Business attire is required. Complimentary parking is available in the Home Plate Garage.

The MVP Internship Program aims to offer young leaders in the community an opportunity to enhance their academic and professional development at Marlins Park. Marlins interns gain high-level work experience, while applying their academic preparation in various departments that support the Major League Baseball team.

The organization is looking to fill internship positions in the following areas: Analytics, Ballpark Operations, Baseball Operations, Broadcasting, Communications, Creative Services, Digital Marketing, Finance, Game Presentation, Grounds, Human Resources, Information Technology, Marketing, Partnerships, Sales and Service, Social Media and Youth Baseball.

For more information on the MVP Internship Job Fair, please visit Marlins.com/Jobs.

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Marlins announce three additions to amateur scouting

New hires include Marti Wolever as Senior Advisor, Amateur Scouting

The Miami Marlins today announced three additions to the organization's Amateur Scouting department: Marti Wolever as Senior Advisor, Amateur Scouting; Mike Soper as Regional Supervisor; and T.R. Lewis as Special Assignment Scout. 

Wolever joins the Marlins for his 36th season as a Major League scout, the last four as West Coast Scouting Supervisor for Detroit. A former outfielder in the Reds' and Expos' systems and an assistant baseball coach at Kansas State University, he began his scouting career in 1984 as Midwest Area Scouting Supervisor for the Tigers. He moved on to the same position with the Yankees in 1988, was named Midwest Crosschecking Supervisor for the White Sox in 1990, and became National Crosschecker for the Phillies in 1993. 
 
Wolever spent 22 years with Philadelphia, earning promotions to Scouting Director and Assistant General Manager of Amateur Scouting. He signed numerous all-stars and National League regular season and postseason MVPs with the Phillies, including Ryan Howard (2005 NL Rookie of the Year; 2006 NL MVP; 2009 NLCS MVP), Jimmy Rollins (2007 NL MVP), Cole Hamels (2008 NLCS and WS MVP), Chase Utley (six-time all-star), and Aaron Nola (2018 all-star), as well as 2017 Rookie of the Year candidate Rhys Hoskins. 
 
Soper is a South Florida native with 30 years of experience as a player and scout. He joins the Marlins after 14 years with the Cleveland Indians as an Area Scout and Crosschecker.  
 
He was drafted in the third round by the White Sox out of Miami Palmetto High School in 1983, and reached Triple-A with the Yankees in 1986. After retiring, he attended Miami-Dade South and Florida International University before beginning his scouting career in 1995 as an Area Supervisor for Oakland. He moved on to East Coast Crosschecker for the Cubs from 2000-2004 before joining the Indians. 
 
Lewis joins the Marlins after 11 years with the Arizona Diamondbacks, as an amateur scout from 20072017 and in a pro scouting role in 2018. He scouted the deep south region on the amateur side, signing future Major Leaguers Brad Keller and Daniel Palka. Lewis had an 11-year playing career in the Minor Leagues after being drafted by the Baltimore Orioles in 1989; he reached the Triple-A level for the Orioles, Boston, Atlanta, and Texas. 
 
In addition to the new hires, the Marlins also announced that Ryan Wardinsky has been promoted to Regional Supervisor. Wardinsky had been an Area Scout for the Marlins since 2005, most recently covering the South Texas region since 2010. 

The Miami Marlins today announced three additions to the organization's Amateur Scouting department: Marti Wolever as Senior Advisor, Amateur Scouting; Mike Soper as Regional Supervisor; and T.R. Lewis as Special Assignment Scout. 

Wolever joins the Marlins for his 36th season as a Major League scout, the last four as West Coast Scouting Supervisor for Detroit. A former outfielder in the Reds' and Expos' systems and an assistant baseball coach at Kansas State University, he began his scouting career in 1984 as Midwest Area Scouting Supervisor for the Tigers. He moved on to the same position with the Yankees in 1988, was named Midwest Crosschecking Supervisor for the White Sox in 1990, and became National Crosschecker for the Phillies in 1993. 
 
Wolever spent 22 years with Philadelphia, earning promotions to Scouting Director and Assistant General Manager of Amateur Scouting. He signed numerous all-stars and National League regular season and postseason MVPs with the Phillies, including Ryan Howard (2005 NL Rookie of the Year; 2006 NL MVP; 2009 NLCS MVP), Jimmy Rollins (2007 NL MVP), Cole Hamels (2008 NLCS and WS MVP), Chase Utley (six-time all-star), and Aaron Nola (2018 all-star), as well as 2017 Rookie of the Year candidate Rhys Hoskins. 
 
Soper is a South Florida native with 30 years of experience as a player and scout. He joins the Marlins after 14 years with the Cleveland Indians as an Area Scout and Crosschecker.  
 
He was drafted in the third round by the White Sox out of Miami Palmetto High School in 1983, and reached Triple-A with the Yankees in 1986. After retiring, he attended Miami-Dade South and Florida International University before beginning his scouting career in 1995 as an Area Supervisor for Oakland. He moved on to East Coast Crosschecker for the Cubs from 2000-2004 before joining the Indians. 
 
Lewis joins the Marlins after 11 years with the Arizona Diamondbacks, as an amateur scout from 20072017 and in a pro scouting role in 2018. He scouted the deep south region on the amateur side, signing future Major Leaguers Brad Keller and Daniel Palka. Lewis had an 11-year playing career in the Minor Leagues after being drafted by the Baltimore Orioles in 1989; he reached the Triple-A level for the Orioles, Boston, Atlanta, and Texas. 
 
In addition to the new hires, the Marlins also announced that Ryan Wardinsky has been promoted to Regional Supervisor. Wardinsky had been an Area Scout for the Marlins since 2005, most recently covering the South Texas region since 2010. 

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Monster Jam® returns to Marlins Park on February 16-17, 2019

Pre-sale tickets on sale now; tickets on sale to the public on Tuesday, September 25

For the second consecutive year, Marlins Park will host Monster Jam®, the unexpected, unscripted and unforgettable family-friendly motor sport. The 2019 season will bring a new level of high-flying, four-wheel excitement to the entire family with racing, two-wheel skills and freestyle competitions at Marlins Park from February 16-17.

Miami Monster Jam 2019 tickets go on sale to the public Tuesday, September 25 at MonsterJam.com; sign up in advance to become a Monster Jam Preferred Customer to get early purchase access to Monster Jam tickets with a special code during the venue pre-sale period from Sept. 18-25:  https://www.monsterjam.com/en-US/preferred-customer-page.

For the second consecutive year, Marlins Park will host Monster Jam®, the unexpected, unscripted and unforgettable family-friendly motor sport. The 2019 season will bring a new level of high-flying, four-wheel excitement to the entire family with racing, two-wheel skills and freestyle competitions at Marlins Park from February 16-17.

Miami Monster Jam 2019 tickets go on sale to the public Tuesday, September 25 at MonsterJam.com; sign up in advance to become a Monster Jam Preferred Customer to get early purchase access to Monster Jam tickets with a special code during the venue pre-sale period from Sept. 18-25:  https://www.monsterjam.com/en-US/preferred-customer-page.

Monster Jam drivers are trained, world-class male and female athletes who have mastered not only the physical strength and mental stamina needed to compete, but the vital dexterity to control 12,000-pound machines capable of doing backflips, vertical two-wheel skills and racing at speeds of up to 70 miles per hour to produce jaw-dropping, live motor sports action seen around the world. Now across all Monster Jam events, fans in every city will have the chance to vote for the winner in the two-wheel and freestyle competitions by real-time, in-stadium fan voting on their smartphones. 

Guests will be able to experience fan-favorites such as Grave Digger driven by Charlie Pauken, Whiplash driven by Brianna Mahon, Megalodon driven by Cory Rummell, El Toro Loco driven by Becky McDonough and other trucks as they compete. The full truck lineup may be viewed here (trucks/drivers are subject to change).

Fans also have the opportunity to get up close and personal to the Monster Jam trucks and drivers by purchasing a Pit Party pass that allows them early access to the event for photo opportunities and autographs.

WHAT:  
2019 Monster Jam®
  
WHEN:  
Saturday, February 16 - 7 p.m. (pit party: 2:30-5:30 p.m.; early access: 1:30 p.m.)
Sunday, February 17 - 3 p.m. (pit party: 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.)

WHERE:  
Marlins Park
501 Marlins Way
Miami, FL 33125

TICKETS:  
- Tickets start at $15
- Pit Party Early Access starts at $15 per person
- General Pit Party Passes start at $35 each
- Tickets and Pit Passes will be available for purchase online at MonsterJam.com or in-person at Marlins Park ticket office
**ticket prices subject to change -- venue/ticketing fees may apply

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Marlins announce 2018 Minor League award winners

Winners will be recognized in pregame ceremony on September 21

The Miami Marlins today announced its 2018 Minor League award winners, highlighted by Player of the Year Austin Dean, Pitcher of the Year Nick Neidert, Student of the Year Walner Espinal, and Staff Member of the Year Bruce Walton
 
Dean, who made his Major League debut with Miami on August 15 in Atlanta, combined to hit .345 (137x397) with 20 doubles, five triples, 12 home runs and 68 RBI in 109 games between Double-A Jacksonville and Triple-A New Orleans. He opened his 2018 campaign by being named Southern League Player of the Week for the second week of the season, then garnered Southern League Player of the Month honors for April. He earned a promotion to New Orleans on April 29 and took home Pacific Coast League Player of the Week honors on August 12. Dean, Miami's fourth-round selection in the 2012 Draft, ranked fourth among all full-season Minor Leaguers in average, and over his six-year Minor League career has hit .280 with 135 doubles, 27 triples, 47 home runs, and 319 RBI. 
 
Neidert, whom the Marlins acquired from Seattle on December 17, 2017, posted a 12-7 record, 3.24 ERA (152.2 ip/55 er), 31 walks and 154 strikeouts in 26 starts at Double-A Jacksonville. His innings total tied for the lead across all of Double-A, while his strikeout total ranked second and wins were tied for secondmost. The 2018 Southern League All-Star led all Marlins farmhands in wins and strikeouts. A secondround selection of the Mariners in the 2015 Draft, Neidert has a lifetime record of 30-18 with a 3.01 ERA, 75 walks, and 368 strikeouts in 81 starts. 
 
Espinal, signed by Miami as an International free agent in 2016 out of the Dominican Republic, completed his first season with the Gulf Coast League Marlins, batting .252 (38x151) with eight doubles, one triple, three home runs, and 26 RBI in 45 games. He logged the most hours of any player in his Burlington English software in the computer lab, helping him advance and achieve success with his teachers, coaches, and teammates. 
 
Walton, in his first season as pitching coach for Single-A Jupiter, saw his pitching staff record the lowest team ERA (3.43) in the Florida State League, and the second-lowest WHIP (1.25). As a team, the Hammerheads issued the second-fewest walks in the FSL, behind only Fort Myers (362).  
 
The following are affiliate MVP honorees: 
 
New Orleans -- RHP Jeff Brigham
Brigham combined to go 10-3 with a 2.36 ERA in 17 starts between Jacksonville and New Orleans. He tallied 94 strikeouts in 95.1 innings pitched. Prior to being called up by the Marlins on September 1, he went 5-2 with a 3.44 ERA in nine starts for the Baby Cakes, with 48 strikeouts in 52.1 innings. He opened the season by being named Southern League Pitcher of the Week for April 5-15 with Jacksonville, where he began his season prior to being promoted to New Orleans. Brigham, acquired by Miami from the Dodgers on July 30, 2015, was originally selected by Los Angeles in the fourth round of the 2014 First-Year Player Draft. 

Jacksonville -- INF Isan Diaz
Diaz split the 2018 campaign between Jacksonville and New Orleans, combining to hit .232 (100x431) with 23 doubles, five triples, 13 home runs and 56 RBI in 119 games. He was twice named Southern League Player of the Week, once in June and July. Diaz, who came to Miami via trade on January 25, 2018, was originally a Competitive Balance Round B selection of the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2014. In 481 career Minor League games, he has hit .254 with 109 doubles, 21 triples, 62 home runs, and 257 RBI. 
 
Jupiter -- RHP Parker Bugg
In a team-leading 37 appearances out of the bullpen for Jupiter in 2018, Bugg held opponents to a .202 batting average, and posted a 3.07 ERA (67.1 ip/23 er). He led Jupiter's relief corps with 81 strikeouts in 67.1 innings, while walking just 13. The 27th-round Miami selection in the 2016 Draft has compiled a career 5-4 record and 3.69 ERA (131.2/54) in 74 appearances. 
 
Greensboro -- INF Jose Devers
Miami's 12th-ranked prospect, Devers earned South Atlantic League All-Star honors and finished the season with a .273 average (92x337), 12 doubles, four triples, 24 RBI and 13 stolen bases in 85 games for the Grasshoppers. He was acquired by Miami with Starlin Castro and Jorge Guzman from the Yankees on December 11, 2017.  
 
Batavia -- LHP Manuel Rodriguez
Rodriguez appeared in 13 games (four starts) for Batavia, posting a 3-2 record and 1.06 ERA (51.0 ip/6 er). The 2018 New York-Penn League All-Star limited opponents to a .228 batting average and struck out 42. His ERA was the lowest on the staff among qualifying pitchers, and his 1.02 WHIP ranked second. Signed by Miami as an International free agent in 2013 out of Venezuela, Rodriguez owns a career 16-14 record and 3.68 ERA (242.1/99) in 85 appearances. 
 
GCL Marlins -- OF Davis Bradshaw
Miami's 11th round selection in the 2018 Draft, Davis combined to hit .354 (58x164) between the GCL Marlins and Batavia. In 27 GCL games, he tallied 35 hits in 93 at-bats (.376 avg.) with four doubles, three triples, 13 RBI, and 15 stolen bases.  
 
DSL Marlins -- RHP Luis Palacios
Palacios was named Co-Pitcher of the Year in the DSL after finishing 8-0 with a 0.85 ERA (63.2 ip/6 er) over 15 games (four starts). He led the DSL in wins and in WHIP (0.60), while ranking second in ERA. He tossed 33.0 consecutive scoreless innings, spanning seven games (three starts) from June 26-August 1, allowing a total of 10 hits and two walks, with 31 strikeouts, during that time. Palacios signed with Miami as an International free agent in 2016 out of Venezuela, and in 30 career games has gone 12-0 with a 1.63 ERA (110.1/20). 
 
Award winners will be available to the media in the press conference room following the on-field presentation.  
 
As part of Thank You Weekend, Miami's top four draft selections from this year's draft, Connor Scott, Osiris Johnson, Will Banfield, and Tristan Pompey, as well as Jorge Guzman and Jose Devers, will participate at various selfie stations on the promenade level beginning at approximately 6:15 p.m. 

The Miami Marlins today announced its 2018 Minor League award winners, highlighted by Player of the Year Austin Dean, Pitcher of the Year Nick Neidert, Student of the Year Walner Espinal, and Staff Member of the Year Bruce Walton
 
Dean, who made his Major League debut with Miami on August 15 in Atlanta, combined to hit .345 (137x397) with 20 doubles, five triples, 12 home runs and 68 RBI in 109 games between Double-A Jacksonville and Triple-A New Orleans. He opened his 2018 campaign by being named Southern League Player of the Week for the second week of the season, then garnered Southern League Player of the Month honors for April. He earned a promotion to New Orleans on April 29 and took home Pacific Coast League Player of the Week honors on August 12. Dean, Miami's fourth-round selection in the 2012 Draft, ranked fourth among all full-season Minor Leaguers in average, and over his six-year Minor League career has hit .280 with 135 doubles, 27 triples, 47 home runs, and 319 RBI. 
 
Neidert, whom the Marlins acquired from Seattle on December 17, 2017, posted a 12-7 record, 3.24 ERA (152.2 ip/55 er), 31 walks and 154 strikeouts in 26 starts at Double-A Jacksonville. His innings total tied for the lead across all of Double-A, while his strikeout total ranked second and wins were tied for secondmost. The 2018 Southern League All-Star led all Marlins farmhands in wins and strikeouts. A secondround selection of the Mariners in the 2015 Draft, Neidert has a lifetime record of 30-18 with a 3.01 ERA, 75 walks, and 368 strikeouts in 81 starts. 
 
Espinal, signed by Miami as an International free agent in 2016 out of the Dominican Republic, completed his first season with the Gulf Coast League Marlins, batting .252 (38x151) with eight doubles, one triple, three home runs, and 26 RBI in 45 games. He logged the most hours of any player in his Burlington English software in the computer lab, helping him advance and achieve success with his teachers, coaches, and teammates. 
 
Walton, in his first season as pitching coach for Single-A Jupiter, saw his pitching staff record the lowest team ERA (3.43) in the Florida State League, and the second-lowest WHIP (1.25). As a team, the Hammerheads issued the second-fewest walks in the FSL, behind only Fort Myers (362).  
 
The following are affiliate MVP honorees: 
 
New Orleans -- RHP Jeff Brigham
Brigham combined to go 10-3 with a 2.36 ERA in 17 starts between Jacksonville and New Orleans. He tallied 94 strikeouts in 95.1 innings pitched. Prior to being called up by the Marlins on September 1, he went 5-2 with a 3.44 ERA in nine starts for the Baby Cakes, with 48 strikeouts in 52.1 innings. He opened the season by being named Southern League Pitcher of the Week for April 5-15 with Jacksonville, where he began his season prior to being promoted to New Orleans. Brigham, acquired by Miami from the Dodgers on July 30, 2015, was originally selected by Los Angeles in the fourth round of the 2014 First-Year Player Draft. 

Jacksonville -- INF Isan Diaz
Diaz split the 2018 campaign between Jacksonville and New Orleans, combining to hit .232 (100x431) with 23 doubles, five triples, 13 home runs and 56 RBI in 119 games. He was twice named Southern League Player of the Week, once in June and July. Diaz, who came to Miami via trade on January 25, 2018, was originally a Competitive Balance Round B selection of the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2014. In 481 career Minor League games, he has hit .254 with 109 doubles, 21 triples, 62 home runs, and 257 RBI. 
 
Jupiter -- RHP Parker Bugg
In a team-leading 37 appearances out of the bullpen for Jupiter in 2018, Bugg held opponents to a .202 batting average, and posted a 3.07 ERA (67.1 ip/23 er). He led Jupiter's relief corps with 81 strikeouts in 67.1 innings, while walking just 13. The 27th-round Miami selection in the 2016 Draft has compiled a career 5-4 record and 3.69 ERA (131.2/54) in 74 appearances. 
 
Greensboro -- INF Jose Devers
Miami's 12th-ranked prospect, Devers earned South Atlantic League All-Star honors and finished the season with a .273 average (92x337), 12 doubles, four triples, 24 RBI and 13 stolen bases in 85 games for the Grasshoppers. He was acquired by Miami with Starlin Castro and Jorge Guzman from the Yankees on December 11, 2017.  
 
Batavia -- LHP Manuel Rodriguez
Rodriguez appeared in 13 games (four starts) for Batavia, posting a 3-2 record and 1.06 ERA (51.0 ip/6 er). The 2018 New York-Penn League All-Star limited opponents to a .228 batting average and struck out 42. His ERA was the lowest on the staff among qualifying pitchers, and his 1.02 WHIP ranked second. Signed by Miami as an International free agent in 2013 out of Venezuela, Rodriguez owns a career 16-14 record and 3.68 ERA (242.1/99) in 85 appearances. 
 
GCL Marlins -- OF Davis Bradshaw
Miami's 11th round selection in the 2018 Draft, Davis combined to hit .354 (58x164) between the GCL Marlins and Batavia. In 27 GCL games, he tallied 35 hits in 93 at-bats (.376 avg.) with four doubles, three triples, 13 RBI, and 15 stolen bases.  
 
DSL Marlins -- RHP Luis Palacios
Palacios was named Co-Pitcher of the Year in the DSL after finishing 8-0 with a 0.85 ERA (63.2 ip/6 er) over 15 games (four starts). He led the DSL in wins and in WHIP (0.60), while ranking second in ERA. He tossed 33.0 consecutive scoreless innings, spanning seven games (three starts) from June 26-August 1, allowing a total of 10 hits and two walks, with 31 strikeouts, during that time. Palacios signed with Miami as an International free agent in 2016 out of Venezuela, and in 30 career games has gone 12-0 with a 1.63 ERA (110.1/20). 
 
Award winners will be available to the media in the press conference room following the on-field presentation.  
 
As part of Thank You Weekend, Miami's top four draft selections from this year's draft, Connor Scott, Osiris Johnson, Will Banfield, and Tristan Pompey, as well as Jorge Guzman and Jose Devers, will participate at various selfie stations on the promenade level beginning at approximately 6:15 p.m. 

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Bring out the pots and pans Miami, and come celebrate Heritage Night on Saturday at Marlins Park

The Marlins are celebrating the diverse culture of Miami with the first ever Heritage Night Celebration. Fans who purchase the ticket package at Marlins.com/HeritageCelebration will receive an exclusive Heritage Night Celebration T-shirt featuring their country's flag and colors (countries available: Colombia, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, Puerto Rico and Venezuela). Prior to the game, the Marlins will present a check for more than $45,000 to the benefitting charities from the 2018 Heritage Celebrations. There will be a postgame party at The 5th Base presented by Corona Light, with a concert featuring GioBeta - Tribute to Marc Anthony. 

WHAT:  
Heritage Night Celebration
  
WHEN:  
Saturday, September 22

The Marlins are celebrating the diverse culture of Miami with the first ever Heritage Night Celebration. Fans who purchase the ticket package at Marlins.com/HeritageCelebration will receive an exclusive Heritage Night Celebration T-shirt featuring their country's flag and colors (countries available: Colombia, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, Puerto Rico and Venezuela). Prior to the game, the Marlins will present a check for more than $45,000 to the benefitting charities from the 2018 Heritage Celebrations. There will be a postgame party at The 5th Base presented by Corona Light, with a concert featuring GioBeta - Tribute to Marc Anthony. 

WHAT:  
Heritage Night Celebration
  
WHEN:  
Saturday, September 22

WHERE:  
Marlins Park
501 Marlins Way
Miami, FL 33125

FESTIVITIES:  
- Fans are allowed to bring the following musical instruments: pots, pans, buleador, güiro, congas, pandereta, pander, claves, cajones, maracas, afuche/cabas, bongos, trumpet, tambura, cowbells, güira, and guitars;
- Complimentary arroz con pollo for fans at the West Plaza prior to the game, while supplies last;
- Pregame ceremony featuring a check presentation for more than $45,000 to benefitting charities from the 2018 Heritage Celebrations at Marlins Park;
- Marlins Pachanga Band playing in the stands during the game, located at sections 38-40;
- Postgame party at The 5th Base presented by Corona Light, with a concert featuring GioBeta
- Tribute to Marc Anthony

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¡Gracias Miami! Marlins to celebrate fans during final home series of the season in appreciation of their support

The Miami Marlins are recognizing their final four home games of the season as the Thank You Fans Series. The celebration will begin on Thursday, when the Marlins begin their four-game set against the Cincinnati Reds. The Marlins will host Throwback Thursday on September 20; fans will receive exclusive bobbleheads from the past while supplies last. The series culminates on Sunday, September 23, with fans receiving a Marlins Swag Bag, while supplies last, and select Marlins Members will receive Marlins jerseys directly from Marlins players, coaches and manager Don Mattingly upon conclusion of Sunday's game. 

Please see below a full list of events taking place during the Marlins' Thank You Fans Series:

The Miami Marlins are recognizing their final four home games of the season as the Thank You Fans Series. The celebration will begin on Thursday, when the Marlins begin their four-game set against the Cincinnati Reds. The Marlins will host Throwback Thursday on September 20; fans will receive exclusive bobbleheads from the past while supplies last. The series culminates on Sunday, September 23, with fans receiving a Marlins Swag Bag, while supplies last, and select Marlins Members will receive Marlins jerseys directly from Marlins players, coaches and manager Don Mattingly upon conclusion of Sunday's game. 

Please see below a full list of events taking place during the Marlins' Thank You Fans Series:

THURSDAY:
- Throwback Thursday featuring exclusive bobbleheads for fans, while supplies last;
- Wellmax Senior Thursday;
   Fans 65 years or older are eligible to receive one complimentary ticket; guests must have their identification card and enter at the Third Base Entrance.
 
FRIDAY:
- Marlins players will be at select locations greeting fans;
- Marlins Foundation Memorabilia Sale;
   Fans will have the opportunity to purchase Marlins jerseys, autographed bats and balls, nameplates and posters. Proceeds will benefit the Marlins Foundation.
- Retail sale outside team stores on Promenade Level and West Plaza

SATURDAY:
- Complimentary arroz con pollo will be served on the West Plaza, courtesy of Don Camaron, for fans while supplies last;
- Postgame fireworks presented by T-Mobile
   100 lucky fans, who will be randomly selected during the game, will have the opportunity to enjoy the show on the field
- Marlins players will be at select locations greeting fans;
- Marlins Foundation Memorabilia Sale;
- Retail sale outside team stores on Promenade Level and West Plaza

SUNDAY:  
- Fans will receive a Marlins Swag Bag while supplies last, and all fans will have the opportunity to run the bases postgame;
- Select Marlins Members will receive jerseys directly off the backs of Marlins players, coaches and manager Don Mattingly upon conclusion of the game;
- Marlins players will be at select locations greeting fans;
- Marlins Foundation Memorabilia Sale;
- Retail sale outside team stores on Promenade Level and West Plaza

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Marlins' final homestand to feature Comunidad 305 Night, Mexican Heritage Day, Thank You Fans Series

The Marlins host the Washington Nationals and Cincinnati Reds from Sept. 17-23

MIAMI -- The Miami Marlins return home for the final homestand of the 2018 season, beginning the six-game homestand on Monday, with the first of a two-game set against the Washington Nationals. The Marlins will then host the Cincinnati Reds for a four-game series, beginning on Thursday, September 20.

The highlights of the Marlins' upcoming homestand include:

MIAMI -- The Miami Marlins return home for the final homestand of the 2018 season, beginning the six-game homestand on Monday, with the first of a two-game set against the Washington Nationals. The Marlins will then host the Cincinnati Reds for a four-game series, beginning on Thursday, September 20.

The highlights of the Marlins' upcoming homestand include:

TIKD Salute & Serve Mondays - Monday, Sept. 17 vs. the Nationals

Social Media Night - Thursday, Sept. 20 vs. the Reds

· Fans who purchase the ticket package at Marlins.com/Themes will receive an exclusive Marlins Social Media Night T-shirt, and the first 100 purchasers will receive a meet-and-greet with a Marlins player.

Native American Heritage Day presented by Miccosukee Resort & Gaming - Friday, Sept. 21 vs. the Reds

Modelo Burger & Beer Fridays - Friday, Sept. 21 vs. the Reds

Comunidad 305 Night - Saturday, Sept. 22 vs. the Reds

· The Marlins are celebrating the diverse culture of Miami with the first ever Comunidad 305 Night. Fans who purchase the ticket package at Marlins.com/Comunidad will receive an exclusive Comunidad 305 T-shirt featuring their country's flag and colors (countries available: Colombia, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, Puerto Rico and Venezuela). Prior to the game, the Marlins will present a check for more than $45,000 to the benefitting charities from the 2018 Heritage Celebrations. There will be a postgame party at The 5th Base presented by Corona Light, with a concert featuring GioBeta - Tribute to Marc Anthony.

Neighborhood Nights: Pinecrest - Saturday, Sept. 22 vs. the Reds

Ponle Acento - Saturday, Sept. 22 vs. the Reds

· Marlins players and coaches will wear a "Ponle Acento" T-shirt during batting practice as part of the league-wide initiative. In addition, Marlins players will visit Twin Lakes Elementary School on Friday, Sept. 21 from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., and help students with a food forest harvest and distribution of fresh produce.

Beerfest - Saturday, Sept. 22 vs. the Reds

Mexican Heritage Day - Sunday, Sept. 23 vs. the Reds

· Fans who purchase the ticket package at Marlins.com/Mexico will receive an exclusive Mexican heritage jersey. A portion of the proceeds from each ticket package will support the Mexican American Council. There will be a postgame mariachi concert at the 5th Base presented by Corona Light with Los Mora Arreaga.

Neighborhood Nights: South Miami/Westchester - Sunday, Sept. 23 vs. the Reds

Thank You Fans Series - Thursday-Sunday, Sept. 20-23 vs. the Reds

· Throughout the final home series of the season, the Marlins will celebrate fans in appreciation of their support. Fans will receive exclusive throwback bobbleheads, while supplies last, on Thursday; will be greeted by Marlins players at select locations throughout the weekend series; will receive complimentary arroz con pollo, courtesy of Don Camaron, at the West Plaza on Saturday, while supplies last; will receive a Marlins Swag Bag on Sunday, while supplies last.

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The Marlins Charity Derby is open and the race is on

MIAMI - The Miami Marlins today introduced the Marlins Charity Derby, which is open to all 501c3 non-profit organizations in Broward, Monroe, Miami-Dade and Palm Beach counties. The non-profits are able to select an eligible Marlins game(s) and request complimentary community tickets in increments of 50 tickets, with the goal of a 90 percent redemption rate. The organizations may request up to three increments, increasing their opportunity to win.

For each increment that has a 90 percent redemption rate, the non-profit will receive one entry into the 2018 Marlins Charity Derby Sweepstakes, up to three entries total. The sweepstakes winner will receive a $4,500 gift from the Miami Marlins. Sweepstakes drawing will be held on September 23, 2018.

MIAMI - The Miami Marlins today introduced the Marlins Charity Derby, which is open to all 501c3 non-profit organizations in Broward, Monroe, Miami-Dade and Palm Beach counties. The non-profits are able to select an eligible Marlins game(s) and request complimentary community tickets in increments of 50 tickets, with the goal of a 90 percent redemption rate. The organizations may request up to three increments, increasing their opportunity to win.

For each increment that has a 90 percent redemption rate, the non-profit will receive one entry into the 2018 Marlins Charity Derby Sweepstakes, up to three entries total. The sweepstakes winner will receive a $4,500 gift from the Miami Marlins. Sweepstakes drawing will be held on September 23, 2018.

For more information on the Marlins Charity Derby and eligible game dates, please visit Marlins.com/CharityDerby.

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