Maybe the Braves were on to something. The Marlins Home Run feature looks a little fishy.
Nothing like it in major sports. It’s unique and memorable. RT @LeBatardShow I kind of like the hideous marlins home-run sculpture
A few days ago, we brought you a well-timed photo of the Marlins Park home run feature in full action: spinning fish, shiny lights, and shooting water mists. Now, thanks to YouTube user MrSand0880, we have a video that shows all of that in action. Continue reading “Video of Marlins Park Home Run Feature in Action”
Workers at Marlins Park recently added some of the final touches to the Home Run Feature including hundreds of light bulbs and they even took the thing out for a test drive. If you look at the photo above, the statue seems to be in full “Giancarlo-mode”. The big fish on top is elevated, the lights are going crazy and there’s some kind of mist (water or smoke) shooting up in the air. Continue reading “Marlins Park Homerun Feature Now Has Light Bulbs and Shooting Mist”
Good up close photo of the home run feature, really shows the size and scale of it.
How big are the fish on the Marlins Park home run feature? Bigger than a big car. http://t.co/xdAs9a8A
The more I see the Marlins Park home run feature, the more I like it. Nothing like it in any other sports venue.
The flying fish are up on the Marlins Park home run feature. http://t.co/bxFmyjFu
“Gaudily Awesome” is best description I’ve heard so far for the Marlins Park home run feature. H/T to @mattallen7
Animatronic flamingos, palm trees, and sun now up on Marlins Park home run feature. Spinning Marlins coming soon? http://t.co/CMpT2pzY
Colorful artwork panels installed on #Marlins Park home run feature.
Finally found it – here is the less scary video of the #Marlins home run feature
From 12/2009 – More details on the $2.5MM Red Grooms home run celebration feature (unfortunately video removed) http://t.co/eObJPGe3