it is likely that the joint will be completely sold out for the entire 2012 season
So, we'll have to wait and see if they are able to make Bosox or Cubs style sellout numbers.
What have the Marlins management said lately about the team? Are they still promising that a new stadium will mean they can maintain a competitive payroll?
Remember that Pittsburgh and Cleveland and Milwaukee were promised the same thing.
Please respond without a chip on your shoulder if possible, I have not taken any shots at you in this thread.
Are you really as ignorant as you appear to be?
2012 ticket sales are what they are. On fire. As opposed to your blathering that “I’m quite sure that they’ll never draw that many fans to the new stadium” delusion, which is based on precisely nothing.
2012 will be sold out. I’ve already stated what I think will happen thereafter. The Marlins will be a middle-of-the-MLB-range payroll team.
What “Pittsburgh and Cleveland and Milwaukee” were “told” by whoever is of zero significance. It’s also not my problem that you’re stuck in some sort of football stadium time-warp.