Marlins Offering Free Home Tickets To First Responders, Monroe Residents

The Miami Marlins returned home Monday night for the first of three games against New York.

But the game's score isn't the big talk around the community -- it's the team's decision to give back to those affected by Hurricane Irma. 

Marlins officials announced that all First Responders in South Florida and residents of Monore County can attend any of the remaining home games for free.

First Responders are asked to get their tickets at the Center Field Entrance while Residents of Monore should enter at the North Ticket Gate. 

Only two tickets per person with ID will be issued and you should get to the gates one and a half hours prior to the start of the game.

The Marlins won 13-1 against the Mets Monday. 

Tuesday's game gets started at 6:40 p.m. You can listen on our sister station 940 WINZ.

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