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Do you want a section for musical instruments in Progressive Field?

September 2, 2018

Do you want a section for musical instruments in Progressive Field?

CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Miami Marlins announced they are encouraging fans to bring musical instruments and flags to a section called Comunidad 305 in Marlins Park.

The right-field seats will cost $8. The name translates to “community” from Spanish, and the number represents Miami’s area code.

(The Marlins also are announcing a standing-room only option with inexpensive tickets for next season, something the Indians have done for several years in The Corner bar in right field.)

Here’s a story from the South Florida Sun Sentinel on the fan initiatives in Miami.

Incidentally, Marlins Park has a dance club with pool in left field called The Clevelander.

The Indians, of course, have John Adams pounding his bass drum in the top row of the left-field bleachers not far from the stadium’s Home Run Porch. For some games, a Dixieland band plays in the lower-level concourse.

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