Why watch the Marlins when you can watch smaller fish just swim around?
The new $515 million stadium will also feature lounging and pool areas in left-centerfield, a water feature in straight-away centerfield, and a some kind of $2.5 million art feature that will be used to celebrate the team's home runs.
Currently unnamed and unknown centerfield water feature.
It's an arcade-like design and the marlins will, purportedly,
jump after each Marlins' home run.
While it doesn't justify the price tag, there is no doubt that projects like these will make the new stadium one of the most intriguing facilities in Major League Baseball. Aquariums in the field of play...what will they think of next?