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The field at Marlins Park with the Miami skyline in the background. In left centerfield is the Home Run Feature—the $2.5 million sculpture "Homer" by New York artist Red Grooms—that animates should the Marlins hit a home run. The equipment on the field is for a Marlins batting practice in preparation for Opening Day 2012.
[The Home Run Feature was dismantled in October 2018 to be reassembled outside the stadium in 2020 as part of an Art Walk.]
[Beginning April 1, 2021, the stadium was renamed loanDepot park (the odd capitalization consistent with the sponsor's branding).]
On Google Earth:
Marlins Park 25°46'41.07"N, 80°13'10.79"W