It was awkward seeing the Dolphins and Cowboys play football over a baseball diamond. Dolphins Stadium is also host to the Florida Marlins.
Baseball and football have different field requirements. Florida is allegedly both a big baseball and football state. Get separate stadiums!
Jerry-absolutely no baseball is allowed in our palace!
Dolphin Stadium, located in Miami Gardens, Florida, is a world-class sports and entertainment facility that hosts a wide variety of events including: Miami Dolphins football, Florida Marlins baseball, the FedEx Orange Bowl (including the upcoming National Championship game in 2009), and will be the home of the 2007 and 2010 Super Bowls. The stadium has also been the home of two Major League Baseball (MLB) World Series Games, three National Football League (NFL) Super Bowls, and numerous concerts. Dolphin Stadium boasts the largest hi-definition video boards in professional sports and the world’s longest LED ribbon display. Owned by H. Wayne Huizenga, Dolphin Stadium is undergoing extensive renovations and improvements expected to be completed by 2009, making Dolphin Stadium the premier stadium in the United States and the Americas.