3 Key players for the Miami Marlins, Toronto Blue Jays Series

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The Fanbase is the biggest key to the series!

The Miami Marlins fanbase is the biggest key to this series however, as the players need to feel the love and get a boost from cheering fans in south Florida. South Florida sports fans have had a fun last few months and they need to switch sports now to be big Marlins supporters, as they are in the thick of the playoff hunt sitting at 41-31 and in sole possession of the top wild card spot.

The average attendance this season for loanDepot park has been pathetic, and perhaps some of it can be blamed on the Florida Panthers and Miami Heats' big seasons, but for a playoff team, they should not be ranked 2nd from last place in baseball.

The Marlins are averaging 11,586 fans in attendance at games this season with a total of 393,329, which is a mere 25,000 more fans than the pathetic Oakland A's. The Marlins need fans to come out all series long and enjoy the ballpark and the play of a team on the brink of making big moves at the trade deadline. With stars like Luis Arraez, Jazz Chisholm (IL currently), Eury Perez, and Jorge Soler, it should be easy for fans to come out and enjoy some big league ball.

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