Marlins-Brewers series moved to Milwaukee because of Irma

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The series was moved from Miami on Wednesday with South Florida still dealing with the aftereffects of Hurricane Irma.

Though Miami has had bigger things to worry about in the wake of Hurricane Irma, for the past few days the talk around baseball has been whether the Miami Marlins would be able to host this weekend's scheduled series against the Milwaukee Brewers.

The decision was made by the Marlins in conjunction with Major League Baseball. We were ready to host. For Friday, only Field Level tickets will be available for purchase, a capacity of approximately 10,000 tickets. Every win the rest of the way will be crucial, including their four game series with Chicago at Miller Park from September 21-24. 23,000 seats will be offered for each weekend game, with seating in the lower and loge levels.

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Tickets will cost between $10 and $20 through here starting Thursday at 10 a.m. Parking will cost $10.

"Marlins Park stood ready to host the game, but we all agreed that burdening public service resources was not the proper course of action", team president David Samson said in a statement. The Brewers will still play the role of the road team during the three games, batting first each inning, but it's still at the team's home stadium in front of assumably hometown fans - and the Brewers are.548 this season at Miller Park, as opposed to just.500 on the road.

The Marlins have two more games in Philadelphia against the Phillies before returning home for a six-game homestand against the Brewers and Mets. In addition, Samson says, team employees have other needs that must take priority.

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