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Marlins to Consider Moving in Fences at Marlins Park
On what is shaping up as a lengthy "to do" list for the Marlins in the offseason will be addressing the dimensions at spacious Marlins Park. Team presid that the organization is considering moving in and lowering the fences at one of Major League Baseball's toughest places to hit home runs.
"We haven't formulated a final plan," Samson told MLB.com. "Still looking, but trying to make a decision for next season." The Marlins rank 29th in the Majors in home runs with 91, and are tied for 26th with Oakland with 42 homers at home. iancarlo Stanton has accounted for 13 of those long balls at Marlins Park. The dimensions of the park are 344 feet down the left-field line. From there, it extends to 386 feet in left-center and 418 feet in straightaway center. In right field it is 335 feet down the line, and 392 feet in right-center.

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