Marlins Stadium - Comparison To Sun Life Stadium

Comparison To Sun Life Stadium

Characteristic Sun Life Stadium* Marlins Park
Opening Day April 5, 1993 April 4, 2012
Baseball capacity 38,560** (67,000 approx. total) 36,742
Lower Bowl Seats 21,000 22,000 (approximate)
Legends Level Seats 10,000 5,000 (approximate)
Vista Level Seats 37,500 10,000 (approximate)
Outfield Seats 22,000 4,700 (approximate)
Standing Room 0 1,000 (approximate)
Luxury Suites 240 suites (88 during MLB configuration); 1 mega-suite 50 suites (including 2 mega-suites)
Project site area 160 acres (65 ha) (stadium); 280 acres (110 ha) total area*** 21 acres (8.5 ha)
Retractable roof No (open air) Yes
Climate controlled No (outdoors) Yes
Average game time temperature 85 °F (29 °C) 75 °F (24 °C)
Surface Grass Grass
Marlins dugout First Base Side Third Base Side
Backstop 58 feet (17.68 m) 47 feet (14.33 m)
Left Field 330 feet (100.6 m) 344 feet (104.9 m)
Left Center 361 feet (110.0 m) 386 feet (117.7 m)
Center Field 404 feet (123.1 m) 418 feet (127.4 m)
Right Center 375 feet (114.3 m) 392 feet (119.5 m)
Right Field 345 feet (105.2 m) 335 feet (102.1 m)
Source: Miami Marlins
*Controlled by Dolphins
**As of 2008; Expandable to more than 67,000 during MLB playoffs.
***Includes parking lot and surrounding

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