On November 11, 2011, the Marlins officially rebranded themselves the Miami Marlins with a new logo, uniform, and color scheme. The VIP event was held at the site of the new ballpark at night, featuring a private concert by Pitbull and a fashion show featuring the new uniforms worn by various Marlins players and coaches, including Ozzie Guillén, Logan Morrison, ...
In 2012, they moved into the newly constructed Marlins Park in Miami’s Little Havana. Marlins Park is a baseball park located in Miami, Florida. It is the current home of the Miami Marlins, the city’s Major League Baseball franchise. It is located on 17 acres of the former Miami Orange Bowl site in Little Havana, about 2 miles (3 km) ...
The Miami Marlins are an American professional baseball team based in Miami, Florida. The Marlins compete in Major League Baseball (MLB) as a member club of the National League (NL) East division. Their home park is Marlins Park. Though one of only two MLB franchises to have never won a division title (the other is the Colorado Rockies), the Marlins have won two World Series championships as a wild card team.
2000 – Present / Major League Baseball
1993 – 1999 / National League
2012 – Present / Miami Marlins
1993 – 2011 / Florida Marlins
Marlins – The old nickname was revived from back in the 1950’s from the International League and Florida State League called the “Marlin,” a popular sporting fish. However, the team officially adopted the Miami Marlins name on November 11, 2011. This was part of a funding agreement between the team and the city of Miami for the team’s new stadium set to open in 2012.
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2021 - Present / LoanDepot Park
2012 – 2020 / Marlins Park
1993 – 2011 / Sun Life Stadium
2018 – Present / Bruce Sherman, Michael Jordan and Derek Jeter
2002 – 2018 / Jeffrey Loria
1998 – 2002 / John W. Henry
1993 – 1998 / Wayne Huizenga
To qualify as a greatest player for this team, the player must have played one season for this team. If not, we will remove the player.
42 / Jackie Robinson
*Blue is this team’s history