Insanely Ugly Animatronic Home-Run Sculpture Unveiled for Marlins Stadium
You thought the Marlins' rumored new logo could cause eye cancer? Well, if you value your sense of sight, you might not want to take a peek at the absolutely insane robotic structure the Marlins plan to install in their new stadium. It's like someone vomited a bunch of cliché South Florida imagery on a Guy Harvery shirt after a rough night on South Beach and then motorized it.
This is not some sort of joke. A video was unveiled on the Facebook page of the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs in July, but because apparently no one pays attention to the Facebook page of the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs, the eyesore wasn't noticed until now. However, the page does describe it as a "design development," so there's at least some hope the thing could be tweaked before it becomes a reality.
"When you're in that ballpark, and a Marlins' player hits a home run, the whole park is going to come alive with this feature," said Michael Spring, director of the Miami-Dade Department of Cultural Affairs. "Lasers will go off. It's going to be fabulous."
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