Marlins open new stadium
A general view of Marlins Park through the fish tank behind home plate on Wednesday, April 4 in Miami, Fla. The Marlins christened the stadium with a season-opening contest against the defending champion St. Louis Cardinals.
Women swim in the Clevlander pool during the Marlins' game against the St. Louis Cardinals on Wednesday.
The Greatest entrance
Legendary boxer Muhammad Ali brings out the ball for the start of the game as he rides with Miami Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria on Wednesday.
Miami's new shortstop Jose Reyes is escorted onto the field by women dressed in Brazilian carnival costumes before Wednesday's game.
Water shoots out of a home-run sculpture in center field before Wednesday's game between the Marlins and Cardinals.
Ready to play
Miami Marlins shortstop Jose Reyes runs down a line of teammates during introductions for Wednesday's game.
Let the game begin
Miami Marlins starting pitcher Josh Johnson, left, throws the first pitch of the regular season at Marlins Park on Wednesday.
St. Louis Cardinals third baseman David Freese, who was World Series MVP last October, earns the first RBIs in Marlins Park history witha two-run single in the first inning.
St. Louis Cardinals starter Kyle Lohse delivers a pitch against the Marlins on Wednesday. Lohse didn't allow a hit until the seventh inning.
St. Louis' Carlos Beltran and Lance Berkman are congratulated after scoring on a single by David Freese during Wednesday's game.
Carlos Beltran of the St. Louis Cardinals instructs a teammate to slide into home during Wednesday's victory over Miami.