It's been firmly established that Marlins Park is, without question, the tackiest ballpark in MLB. In fact, it'd be competitive in a tackiest place on the planet contest, if such a thing exists.

The abomination that is the home run sculpture in the outfield usually serves as the primary object of derision.

However, a new contender has emerged. Here's a hint:

Click over to The Daily Player to see why it made the news.

Fanorama is ready if water and/or water quality ever becomes an issue. Check out this activated carbon filter for water bottles:

outdoor activated carbon filter for water bottles

It's only $16.00, which is an afterthought when it comes to making certain that what goes into your body is good enough for your body.

Speaking of good deals, check out our collection of water bottles. When it comes to hydration and all that goes with it, we've got you covered.

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