Based out of Miami since the 1993 season, the Marlins are one of the newest franchises in Major League Baseball and the second-youngest club in the NL East. Originally playing in the suburbs of Miami Gardens from 1993-2011 and known as the Florida Marlins, the franchise moved to the city in 2012 and was re-branded as the Miami Marlins. The franchise has the distinct honor of being the only team in the MLB to have won a World Series title each time they have made the postseason, which they did in 1997 and 2003. [+]

Led by stalwarts Gary Sheffield, Livan Hernandez, Moises Alou and Edgar Renteria, the Marlins notched their first title in 1997 and knocked off the New York Yankees in 2003 to take home their second world title. Since then the club has not made the postseason, and the club's talent pool suffered a tragic loss late in the 2016 season when 2013 National League Rookie of the Year pitcher Jose Fernandez died in a boating accident. 


Miami Marlins Next Regular Season Game

Here's where you will find the next opponent for the Miami Marlins, and be especially attentive when the Marlins are playing at home. Marlins Park is viewed as a pitcher's ballpark, so expect run scoring to be few and far between.


When you study the Miami Marlins game schedule listed below, there are some trends from the 2016 season that you should keep in mind when considering a wager on a Marlins game. [+]

For instance, Miami was 20-13 last season against the NL Central (20-13) and NL West (20-12). The Marlins were also an impressive 22-12 against lefthanded pitching.


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What Are The Current Miami Marlins Standings


Where are the Miami Marlins currently situated in the NL East and overall NL Wild Card picture? It's all unveiled right here when you check the current standings of the Marlins. [+]

A 79-82 ballclub in 2016, the Marlins were the epitome of mediocrity, going 40-40 at home and 39-42 on the road. Miami scored 4.1 runs per game and allowed 4.2 runs a game.


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Ichiro A Legend At Work For The Marlins

There might not be a lot of reasons to check out the Marlins this season but certainly getting the chance to see a future Hall of Famer in action is one of them. At the age of 43, Ichiro Suzuki is no longer the player who put together 10 straight 200-hit seasons for the Seattle Mariners from 2001-10 but he still can swing a mean bat. 

Ichiro hit .291 in 2016 as Miami's fourth outfielder and even managed to steal 10 bases. He entered the season with 3035 hits, and how often to you get to go to the ballpark and watch a 3,000 hit man at work?

Where Can I Bet On Miami Marlins Online

By utilizing the table here you can find the best fit for you and your wager. The below list illustrates the different online sports betting sites available to you to place your bet on Marlins wagers.

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