At just 25 years old, Johnson took home the honor for the NL’s top defensive catcher...again.
An exciting finish to the 2006 season in what would be the final game with Joe Girardi as Marlins manager.
The final win for the Marlins at Sun Life Stadium came in dramatic fashion.
Dee Gordon and the Marlins played with heavy hearts following the loss of their beloved ace.
One of baseball’s most talented players, gone far too soon.
Hernández got his feet wet in the majors as a reliever in 1996.
Dawson didn’t get the start and had only one at-bat, but he made it a memorable one.
On this day in 1996, the Marlins accomplished a franchise first.
Fernández wound up going eight innings, allowing just three hits and no walks while striking out 12.
Infante’s solo shot lifted the Marlins to a 6-5 victory over the Braves.
Ross was the first and only Marlin to homer thrice at the team’s original home stadium.
The Fish stunned Shea Stadium by batting around to blow the game wide open.
On this day in 2011, the Florida Marlins had one of their best offensive innings ever.
It took more than two decades for another Marlin to join Sheff in the 40 HR club.
The once-dreadful 2006 Marlins found their confidence and identity as the season progressed.
The walk-off hit was just the second of Johnson’s career and the only one he’d deliver for Miami.
At age 20, Rentería was already delivering in the clutch.
Fernández ended up working seven shutout innings to surpass Ryan Dempster’s mark.
Yelich’s outfield assist saved the Fish on this day in 2016.
Ichiro became the 31st MLB player to join the prestigious club.
Miguel Cabrera had plenty of big moments for his original MLB franchise, including one that took place on this day in 2006.
Johnson had the tying hit before Lee delivered the game-winner on this day in 2001.
José Fernández struck out 14 batters, but Prado proved to be the true star of the night.
This was the only time in franchise history that the Marlins won by at least 10 runs after trailing by at least five.
The comeback extended the Marlins’ longest winning streak of that 2011 season.
The Cuban right-hander’s final All-Star appearance came on this day in 2016.