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NL East
Pennants
  • World Series titles: (2) 1997; 2003
  • National League Champs: (2) 1997; 2003
  • Division Champs:
  • Wild Card: (2) 1997; 2003
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Hanley Ramirez, Marlins shortstop. Hanley was a key piece the Marlins received in a trade with the Boston Red Sox. So far the trade has paid dividens; power, speed, and overall one of the best offensive players in the game today.

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The 1997 Florida Marlins was the first of the two World Series championships the franchise has won. The team was considered young at the time, but brought young talents such as Edgar Renteria and Gary Sheffield into the spotlight.

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After coming in last in 2007 in the National League East, the Florida Marlins are in a rebuilding process while having issues with their stadium. The 2007 offseason trade of star players Miguel Cabrera and Dontrelle Willis shows that this rebuilding process is moving slow and there are no signs of a turn-around any time soon.


Team History

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Owners

Managers

Awards

Rookie of the Year

H&B Silver Slugger Award

Gold Gloves

All-Time Team Leaders & Stats

Career Records

Single Season Records

Hitting Records
Pitching Records

Record Per Season

Year --- Win Loss PCT % GB
2009 87 75 .537 6.0
2008 84 77 .522 7.5
2007 71 91 .438 18
2006 78 84 .481 19
2005 83 79 .512 7
2004 83 79 .512 13
2003 * 91 71 .562 10
2002 79 83 .488 23
2001 76 86 .469 12
2000 79 82 .491 15.5
1999 64 98 .395 39
1998 54 108 .333 52
1997 * 92 70 .568 9
1996 80 82 .494 16
1995 67 76 .469 22.5
1994 51 64 .443 23.5
1993 64 98 .395 33

* Won Wild Card and World Series

Minor League Teams

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