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The Miami Marlins may have become the butt of many jokes for its recent decade and a half of mediocrity, but for a franchise that’s only been around since 1993, the Marlins have had a good amount of success already with their multiple World Series championships wins enshrined in their trophy cabinet. The team was formed in 1993 as the Florida Marlins and would later be renamed as the Miami Marlins per an agreement with the city of Miami and Miami-Dade County.

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Marlins History

The team first played its games at what was called Joe Robbie Stadium, now renamed Hard Rock Stadium, the home of the NFL’s Miami Dolphins. From 1993 to 2012, the Marlins shared the ballpark with the Dolphins until it moved into their own baseball stadium, Marlins Park, which was being built on the original site of the former Orange Bowl in downtown Miami. The ballpark was certified as the “greenest” ballpark in the Major Leagues in 2012 and is the smallest stadium as far as seating capacity. Marlins Park may be best known for the sculpture behind the left-center wall known as the “home run sculpture” and the two aquariums that serve as the backstop.


Despite having never won a division title, the Miami Marlins have won two World Series on their only two trips to the postseason, both coming in a Wild Card berth. The Marlins won their first World Series title in 1997, with the Marlins defeating the Cleveland Indians in seven games that required extra innings, with Edgar Renteria hitting a walk-off single to give the Marlins their first title. The Marlins would return to the playoffs in 2003 and would win the World Series over the Yankees, who were heavily favored, in six games. Since 2003, the Marlins continued to look for their next postseason appearance, and they hope having superstar Derek Jeter at the helm will help them find that success that has eluded them for a decade and a half.

Hall of Famers

Even though he may be best known as a Texas Ranger, Hall of Fame catcher Ivan “Pudge” Rodriguez was also an important part of the Marlins’ 2003 World Series, who was behind the plate and catching the World Series MVP Josh Beckett. While Rodriguez only played for the Marlins in 2003, Beckett began his career with Florida, playing for the Marlins from 2001 to 2005, though his three All-Star appearances all came after he left the Marlins.

One of the best Marlins in recent years was young pitching star Jose Fernandez, whose life was tragically cut short when he died in a boating accident in 2016. During his short career that spanned from 2013 to 2016, Fernandez compiled a record of 38-17, striking out 589 batters with an ERA of 2.58. He finished his first year winning the NL Rookie of the Year honors and earning a spot on the All-Star while finishing third in the Cy Young vote. Fernandez would be named an All-Star again in 2016. After his death, the Marlins put up a plaque with his number 16 outside Marlins Park.

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