This is an American professional baseball team located in Miami, Florida, United States. The Marlins have played in Major League Baseball as a part of the National League East Division. Their home park is Marlins Park, the first of its kind.
The team formerly played home games at Joe Robbie Stadium, which they shared with the Miami Dolphins of the National Football League or NFL. The team has won for the post-season only 3 times but excelled at the World Series in 1997 and 2003, their first two post-season runs. The team is one of the only franchises in the four major North American professional sports to have never lost a playoff season.
In 2003, the team competed again for the post-season as the association's Wild Card contestant and progressed to the World Series. What's more, the group crushed the supported New York Yankees in six matches to dominate a subsequent title.
In 2012, the group moved to Marlins Park, their first selective home and the first to be planned as a baseball park. As a major aspect of concurrence with park proprietor Miami-Dade County to utilize the arena, the establishment likewise changed their name to the Miami Marlins preceding the 2012 season.
This professional baseball team of the 21st century built up a standing for developing gifted youthful players, for example, outfielder and third baseman Miguel Cabrera, shortstop Hanley Ramirez, and outfielder Giancarlo Stanton, yet achievement kept on sidestepping the establishment.
Also in 2012, the team purchased a $500-million new playing field and started the season with their newest organizer, Ozzie Guillen. But he eventually got fired just after a year of managing the team that was not put into success. And in 2017, the new head manager of the team was Derek Jeter, after it, the team had the worst statistics: 57-105
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