Miami Marlins and Florida Marlins

  • Marlins begins

    Marlins begins
    On March 7, 1990, Wayne Huizenga, CEO of Blockbuster Entertainment Corporation, announced he had purchased 15 percent of the NFL's Miami Dolphins and 50 percent of the Dolphins' home, Joe Robbie Stadium, for an estimated $30 million.
  • Marlins win world series

    Marlins win world series
    Marlins win 1997 world series against Cleveland Indians in 7 games.
  • Gary Sheffield gone.

    Gary Sheffield gone.
    Finally, in May 1998, they dealt Bobby Bonilla, Gary Sheffield, Charles Johnson, Jim Eisenreich, and Manuel Barrios to the Los Angeles Dodgers for Mike Piazza and Todd Zeile.
  • Marlins Worst Year

    Marlins Worst Year
    The Marlins' 1998 slumped to 54–108, the worst record in the major leagues that year, and the most losses in franchise history.
  • Miguel Cabrera First start

    Miguel Cabrera First start
  • Carl Pavano does work

    Carl Pavano does work
    Pavano went 18-8 with a 3.30 ERA
  • Marlins win second world series

    Marlins win second world series
    Marlins defeat heavily favored New York Yankees in 6 games
  • Hanley Ramirez start

    Hanley Ramirez start
    He was traded to the Florida Marlins in 2005 together with Aníbal Sánchez for Josh Beckett, Mike Lowell and Guillermo Mota.
  • Rookie of the year

    Rookie of the year
    Hanley Ramirez Rookie of the Year
  • Marlins change logo and name

    Marlins change logo and name
  • Marlins new stadium

    Marlins new stadium
    First game played at Marlin's Park (Exihibition)
  • Marlins First real game

    Marlins First real game
    First regualr season game at Marlins Park against the Cardinals