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.

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