The new 37,000-seat Major League Baseball facility includes a retractable roof to shield spectators from the sun and rain, inherently changing the perception of summertime baseball in South Florida for generations to come. It's time to experience baseball in Miami as it was meant to be experienced.
Sun Life Stadium
Years: 1993 - 2011
Named Sun Life Stadium in January 2005. Originally was named Joe Robbie stadium and was renamed Pro Player Stadium in 1996. Sun Life Stadium was opened in 1987 as the home for the Miami Dolphins football franchise and began hosting the Florida Marlins when the NL expanded in 1993.
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