Published: Sun, September 17, 2017
Medicine | By Earnest Bishop

Marlins will play their next 'home' series at Miller Park in Milwaukee

Marlins will play their next 'home' series at Miller Park in Milwaukee

"Major League Baseball in conjunction with the Miami Marlins, agreed that it is in the best interest of our community to relocate this weekend's Marlins games against the Milwaukee Brewers to Milwaukee", the statement read.

Derek Dietrich hit a two-run homer, Adam Conley pitched into the sixth inning and the Miami Marlins beat the Milwaukee Brewers 7-4 on Saturday night to stop a six-game slide.

The outer membrane of the roof of Marlins Park was damaged, but not the main structure of the roof or the stadium. While the game was in Milwaukee, the Marlins were the home team. Meanwhile, Hernan Perez will man second and lead off the pseudo-home game for the Brewers.

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Klopp's side perhaps should have gone in ahead at the break when Daniel Sturridge couldn't control James Milner lob. Liverpool's problems defensively have been evident again this season and they do not look comfortable at all.

These games won't be quite like an ordinary game at Miller Park. Tickets go on sale tomorrow morning at 10 a.m. will be available through Brewers.com/Marlins, the Brewers Box Office or by calling 414-902-4000. The move isn't because of the condition of Marlins Park, but instead because the team doesn't want to further burden public resources while the city recovers from Hurricane Irma. There are three levels of tickets: $20 for field diamond box seats, $15 for field infield box seats and $10 for all other seating areas - which will be limited due to the brief preparation time for staffing and other gameday needs.

The Brewers played the visitors role in their own ball park.

Count the Miami Marlins among those whose return home is delayed by Hurricane Irma.

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