9:59 PM EDT, September 16, 2011
April 5, 1993: Charlie Hough throws the first pitch in Marlins history. The Marlins won their inaugural game over the Dodgers 6-3 in front of 42,334 fans.
Oct. 3, 1997: Robb Nen pitches a perfect ninth inning in Game 3 of the NLDS against the Giants, giving the Marlins their first postseason series win.
Oct. 26, 1997: Edgar Renteria's walk-off single in the 11th off Charles Nagy brings home Craig Counsell to clinch Game 7 of the World Series over the Indians.
June 21, 2002: With a third-inning single off Tigers right-hander Steve Sparks, Luis Castillo extends his club-record hitting streak to 35 games, tied for the 11th longest in baseball history.
Sept. 1, 2003: The crowd gives original Marlin Jeff Conine a standing ovation in his first at-bat after the Marlins acquired him from the Orioles. Conine filled in for the injured Mike Lowell and helped get the Marlins to the postseason.
Oct. 4, 2003: Jeff Conine throws out San Francisco's J.T. Snow trying to score the tying run from second in Game 4 of the NLDS. Snow plows into Pudge Rodriguez, who hangs onto the ball for the NLDS-clinching out.
Oct. 22, 2003: A crowd of 65,934 and Marlins players give Roger Clemens a standing ovation as he exits Game 4 of the World Series. It was thought that would be Clemens' last game.
Sept. 11, 2006: With his seventh-inning homer off the Mets' Royce Ring, Cody Ross becomes the first Marlin (second player) to go deep three times in a game at Sun Life.
June 9, 2008: Ken Griffey Jr. becomes the sixth member of the 600 home-run club after depositing a Mark Hendrickson pitch into the right-field bleachers.
May 29, 2010: Phillies right-hander Roy Halladay completes the 20th perfect game in baseball history.
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