Wednesday, September 3, 2008


Here's the second graf of ESPN's game story about the Marlin's victory this afternoon over the Braves

Fewer than 600 people were in Dolphin Stadium's bright orange and aqua seats for the first pitch, leaving most of them to reflect the afternoon sun. While the official attendance, based on tickets sold, was 11,211, the ballpark was so quiet that home-plate chatter could be heard.

McPherson started at 3rd, went 0 for 2 with 2 walks; Andrew  Miller pitched a scoreless inning in relief.

1 comment:

John Dorschner said...

I kind of like those games when there's only a few fans ... lots of seats, never have to yell "sit down!" and almost everyone is a real fan ... course, those kind of games don't do much for the marlins pocketbook.