2014 schedule

Miami Marlins to open 2014 season at home vs. Rockies

 
 
Home plate umpire Rob Drake, left, and Miami Marlins catcher Koyie Hill, center, watch as Colorado Rockies' Jonathan Herrera, right, flies out during the second inning of a baseball game at Marlins Park in Miami on Aug. 25, 2013.
Home plate umpire Rob Drake, left, and Miami Marlins catcher Koyie Hill, center, watch as Colorado Rockies' Jonathan Herrera, right, flies out during the second inning of a baseball game at Marlins Park in Miami on Aug. 25, 2013.
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For those who are already in “next year’’ mode with the Marlins, here’s a little something to whet your appetite. The Marlins will host the Colorado Rockies in the 2014 season opener at Marlins Park on March 31. It will mark the first time the two 1993 expansion clubs square off in a season opener.

In addition to the usual slate of NL matchups, the Marlins will also be hosting three AL West teams, as well as their traditional interleague partner, the Tampa Bay Rays. Making their Marlins Park debuts in 2014 will be the Seattle Mariners (April 18-20), Oakland A’s (June 27-29) and Texas Rangers (Aug. 19-20). The Rays are in town on June 2 and 3.

The Marlins will hit the road for interleague games against the Los Angeles Angels, Houston Astros, Rangers and Rays. Game times for the Marlins’ home schedule in 2014 will be announced Wednesday.

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