6 Reasons to Get Excited About José’s Heroes

This season at Marlins Park, Hero costumes may just be the norm at the ballpark! Let me explain…

Sections 29 through 32 in the Left Field porch have been transformed into the “José’s Heroes” fan zone! This is your way to sit in one of the most energetic and passionate, costume-wearing, sign and ‘K’ Card-waving seating areas in baseball!

Here are six reasons to get excited for the “José’s Heroes” sections!

6 – We all love ‘K’ Cards – All people seated in the José’s Heroes seating area will receive a free ‘K’ Card per José start!

K Card strikeout Jose Fernandez

5 – T-Shirts Galore! – The Heroes will be wearing a different colored t-shirt per month; that’s six different t-shirts you can collect! They’re included with the price!

Jose's Heroes Tshirt April Marlins

4 – You get to meet José – If you purchase the full-season José Heroes plan, you get a private meet-and-greet with José!

Jose's Heroes - marlins.com/josesheroes

3 – It’s the best value in baseball! – A full season in the lower level for just over $6 a game!?

Jose's Heroes - marlins.com/josesheroes

2 – You get to wear costumes! – Use your creativity, Heroes!

Jose's Heroes


1 – It’s going to be awfully fun – The Heroes are going to be some of the most passionate and energetic fans in baseball! Dress up in costumes and wave your signs and ‘K’ Cards when José strikes someone out!

Jose's Heroes - marlins.com/josesheroes

Bring your signs and Hero costumes Monday night and every time José starts at home! To sit in the José’s Heroes seating area, your options are at marlins.com/josesheroes!

* To sit here, you can choose a full season ($6 a ticket) or you can buy a special ticket ($16 a ticket) specifically on the times José starts at home. Info at marlins.com/josesheroes.

-by Alex Buznego

1 Comment

As Jose progresses through his career I’m happy to see him learning how to balance life… Baseball is only a part of him, he is still a respectful young man and that attribute will give him strength to handle the rigors of public life. Nice to see him signing autographs, doing interviews while balancing public andrivate life. From Roger Dean Stadium to Marlins Park Jose is transferring his talents.

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