The Florida Marlins were a professional baseball team based in Miami, Florida. The team was established in 1993 as an expansion team, along with the Colorado Rockies. The Marlins played in the National League East division of Major League Baseball (MLB). The team won two World Series Championships (1997, 2003) and two National League Pennants. The team's home stadium was originally called Joe Robbie Stadium and was renamed Pro Player Stadium, Dolphins Stadium, Land Shark Stadium, and finally, Marlins Park. The team's colors were teal, black, silver, and white, and their logo featured a marlin fish. In 2012, the team was renamed the Miami Marlins and underwent a rebranding that included new uniforms, logo, and stadium.