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View PostJoeGator, on 11 April 2012 - 10:08 PM, said:


100% accurate, haha.
A lot of people have picked up the Rays as their second team, but I don't even know what the Marlins logo looks like.


EDIT: Also, when did the Marlins switch from Florida to Miami?
I know they just built a ridiculous stadium this past year...

They're basically a brand new franchise with existing players.  And I think their logo is a Dominican Marlin named Miguel

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View PostJoeGator, on 11 April 2012 - 10:08 PM, said:


100% accurate, haha.
A lot of people have picked up the Rays as their second team, but I don't even know what the Marlins logo looks like.


EDIT: Also, when did the Marlins switch from Florida to Miami?
I know they just built a ridiculous stadium this past year...

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The rest of Florida should be Yankee and Redsox. So many retirees are big fans of both of those teams.

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Obviuosly this is not accurate but... Speaking for Florida. Rays should be bigger, Miami should be way smaller. There are a lot of Sox and Yank fans and it is disgusting! :cursing:  And it is true a lot of people that are over 20 were Brave fans, until we got a local teams here. Ted Turner used to own this area, and still has almost all Braves games televised here.
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Gotta call BS on the Rangers in Oklahoma. Seems the majority of fans in Oklahoma are Cards fans........people dont care much about the rangers and its only 5 hours drive from OKC to see them.
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Re-draw it so Braves country runs all the way down to touch Rays territory and minimize the Marlins territory to just South FL and it'd be a lot more accurate.

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No way in hell the Marlins have that many fans.
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Actually, now that I think about it, this map is only accurate if they draw pockets of Braves territory into every state in the Union, because let's face it, for years we were "America's team," and still have fans all over the damn place.

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View PostHFS, on 19 April 2012 - 07:06 PM, said:

No way in hell the Marlins have that many fans.

just look at the stadium and you'll see HFS don't lie
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View PostJoeGator, on 11 April 2012 - 10:08 PM, said:


EDIT: Also, when did the Marlins switch from Florida to Miami?
I know they just built a ridiculous stadium this past year...

They switched the name this year because the Marlins are now playing in Miami.  Bonus Fact: The new Marlins stadium was constructed on the grounds of the old Orange Bowl.  That's why the Hurricanes are now in Dolphin Stadium or whatever they call that thing now.

I was also wondering about the Nats territory.  I wouldn't know any better, but it seems strange that they are dominant all over Eastern NC.  I thought the Braves pretty much controlled North Carolina?

And the headless manikin in the pic just makes everything even better.

Edited by All Tide Up, 23 April 2012 - 01:56 AM.

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