The Florida Marlins, soon to be the Miami Marlins, are set to move into a brand new stadium. This park will feature a pair of large aquariums full of fish that will be installed behind home plate.
And... GO! (Hint: Everything you are supposed to laugh at after the jump is in boldface.)
- What if a baseball breaks the glass? Water they going to do?
- Seems a little fishy to me.
- I have a query: um, how is this supposed to attract fans?
- All these bells and whistles mean nothing if the Marlins tank every year.
- The stadium's nice, sure, but it won't keep the Marlins from sinking to the bottom of the N.L. East.
- Well, looks like this stadium will attract Florida baseball fans' greenbacks. Top that, Rays!
- Oh good. I can hardly wait for the Marlins to win another World Series only to liquidate their assets in the offseason.
- The impact of this team has yet to be seen. Jeffrey Loria has really let this team flounder in recent years.
- This sounds nice, sure, but everything sounds nice when it's filtered through the Marlins' PR machine.
- Good to know that the Marlins are packed to the gills with money.
- Loria should be worrying about the big issues instead of starting up another pet project.
- Another costly and sophisticated feature? The Marlins really need to scale back their designs for this stadium.
- I'll betta hundred bucks that fans will quickly lose interest.
- I suppose it will at least give the concession workers something to look at while they pebble their wares.