Possible Marlins Park Commemorative Baseball Logo


I searched “Marlins Park” on Google yesterday and came across this logo on Wikipedia, which immediately made me recognize it as a stadium logo suitable for a commemorative baseball:

In conjunction with Rawlings, Major League Baseball issues commemorative baseballs for notable games or seasons. Every year, new logo-ed baseballs are used for both the All-Star Game and the World Series. But during baseball’s “Stadium Revolution” of the last decade, a special ball has been used commemorating the inaugural season of a new ballpark. In 2008, the Nationals used special balls the entire year. In 2009, Yankee Stadium and Citi Field had commemorative pearls, and in 2010 the Twins participated in the trend with Target Field baseballs.

The Marlins Park commemorative ball debuted on Opening Night (April 4th)

These baseballs are collectors’ items for all sorts of fans, from anyone excited about the new park to serious ballhawks looking to add to their collections.

I’ve never been to a Marlins home game, and I plan to attend a game in April. Getting my hands on a Marlins Park commemorative baseball will be a high priority. My hopes is that they will bring the balls on the road to use during BP, in which case I could snag one at Nationals Park.

Author: Steve Miller

Steve Miller has been baseball blogging since 2011. He is the Sports Editor at the University of Dayton's Flyer News. Email: h2rsteve@gmail.com

5 thoughts

  1. Although I’m not a huge fan of the Marlins new look in general, I really do like the way that the commemorative logo looks. It seems sort of cool.

  2. I like it too, but there’s no confirmation that this IS THE logo. I’m just guessing it is based on the way it is shaped. If you look at the Citi Field one, and the Target Field one, they all have the same general shape, so that’s why I concluded that.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s