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World The Marlins and Nationals played in a nearly empty stadium in Miami with Hurricane Irma looming

11:06  07 september  2017
11:06  07 september  2017 Source:   businessinsider.com.au

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The Miami Marlins and Washington Nationals squared off in a nearly empty Marlins Park on Wednesday as Hurricane Irma bears down on south Florida. State officials have already issued evacuation orders to residents in the Florida's most vulnerable areas

The Miami Marlins and Washington Nationals squared off in a nearly empty Marlins Park on Wednesday as Hurricane Irma bears down on south Florida. State officials have already issued evacuation orders to residents in the Florida’s most vulnerable areas

Marlins park© Provided by Business Insider Inc Marlins park The Miami Marlins and Washington Nationals squared off in a nearly empty Marlins Park on Wednesday as Hurricane Irma bears down on south Florida.

State officials have already issued evacuation orders to residents in Florida's most vulnerable areas, including Miami Beach and other barrier islands along the state's east coast.

Irma -- a Category 5 hurricane that forecasters are already calling one of the strongest storms in Atlantic history -- has already ravaged islands in the Caribbean, and is expected to reach Florida this weekend.

Marlins park© Provided by Business Insider Inc Marlins park With the hurricane looming, it's understandable if Marlins fans had bigger things on their mind on Wednesday. Photos from the game showed an unusually thin crowd 15 minutes before the first pitch:

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The Miami Marlins and Washington Nationals squared off in a nearly empty Marlins Park on With the hurricane looming , it's understandable if Marlins fans had bigger things on their mind on Wednesday.

The Miami Marlins and Washington Nationals squared off in a nearly empty Marlins Park on Wednesday as Hurricane Irma bears down on south Florida. With the hurricane looming , it's understandable if Marlins fans had bigger things on their mind on Wednesday.

Things didn't look any better by the time the game got underway:

And here's a look at the crowd around the game's midway point:

Marlins park outfield© Provided by Business Insider Inc Marlins park outfield Attendance figures for Wednesday's game are not yet available, but the turnout is clearly lower than the Marlins' average of 20,000 this year. The team regularly ranks among the worst in attendance in Major League Baseball, although tonight's turnout warrants no criticism.

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Wednesday's game is the Marlins' last in Miami before Hurricane Irma is expected to hit. The team is travelling to Atlanta and Philadelphia for a seven-game road trip and is scheduled to play its first game back in Miami on September 15.

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