With the Arizona Diamondbacks playing in Miami's Marlins Park, one thing that has been noticed is the strange structure that comes alive when a Miami player hits a home run. It is extremely colorful, massive and strangely fitting for Miami.
Beat writer Steve Gilbert said this:
I must admit, I've come to like the HR structure. It fits with the ballpark/Miami.— Steve Gilbert (@SteveGilbertMLB) April 29, 2012
Arizona Republic writer Nick Piecoro described one of the fish that becomes animated being "the Matrix of fish."
As you can see below, there is water, fireworks, a seagull, marlins and a lot of lights.
There is one marlin at that comes over the top that also does a flip at the top. That is what Piecoro referred to.
Chase Field doesn't have anything like this. There is a pool, but nothing like this for when there are homers other than the fountains going off.
Should there be? And if so, what would it be?