NY deserved freedom from rainouts

Miami's new ballpark has the best of everything -- including a roof

Updated: April 1, 2012, 10:57 PM ET
By Wallace Matthews | ESPNNewYork.com

MIAMI -- Like all new ballparks, brand-new Marlins Park in downtown Miami has its share of silliness.

There's really no need for fish tanks between the fans and the ballplayers behind home plate, especially since the only people who can really see them are the lucky ones in the very front row. And besides, the red clay from the warning track constantly kicks up on the glass, obscuring the little fishies' view of the game.

The curving section of the center-field fence is either ...

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