Marlins move weekend home series to Milwaukee


Leading up to the series, the Brewers are making plans for operations at Miller Park over the weekend.

The Marlins made a decision to move their series vs. the Brewers that was supposed to take place in Miami to Milwaukee after Hurricane Irma.

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The Milwaukee Brewers just got some unexpected assistance in their chase for the NL Central crown. The game was originally set to be played in Miami but was moved due to Hurricane Irma. While the game was in Milwaukee, the Marlins were the home team. "We haven't quite decided on who it will be to start, but it's going to look like some of the other games we've shown here". There are three levels of tickets: $20 for field diamond box seats, $15 for field infield box seats and $10 for all other seating areas - which will be limited due to the brief preparation time for staffing and other gameday needs. The Saturday and Sunday games will extend that capacity to 23,000, with tickets available for both the Field Level and Loge Level.

"Marlins Park stood ready to host the games, but we all agreed that burdening public service resources was not the proper course of action", team president David Samson said via the Miami Herald. Tickets go on sale tomorrow morning at 10 a.m. will be available through, the Brewers Box Office or by calling 414-902-4000.

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But Scott's office defended the governor's actions, saying the facility never reported "that conditions had become risky ". Statewide, 64 nursing homes were still waiting for full power Thursday, according to the Florida Health Care Association.

The next home game for the Marlins will be on Monday, September 18 against the New York Mets.

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