Fans can purchase unsold tickets from Sunday's no-hitter. (Hector Gabino/El Nuevo Herald/MCT via Getty Images)
A crowd of 28,315 was on hand to witness Miami Marlins pitcher Henderson Alvarez throw the franchise's fifth no-hitter, against the Detroit Tigers on Sunday.
Alvarez became only the fourth pitcher since 1900 to throw a no-hitter on the final day of the season, which became official after a wild pitch scored the winning run in the bottom of the ninth inning.
In an otherwise dismal season, in which the team finished 62-100, those who did not get to witness Alvarez's gem can now become a part of history...or at least lie about having seen the game.
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The Marlins announced Monday that fans will be able to purchase the 9,100 unsold tickets from Sunday's game. The tickets will be on sale through October 6, starting at $15.
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