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Rally House is your source for Officially Licensed merchandise to celebrate the Miami Marlins! Nothing beats a trip to the ballpark, and we're here to help you look your best for everything from preseason games to the World Series. Across the Rally House online store, you'll find a variety of products by the best brands in sports to showcase your passion for all things Major League Baseball. The Miami Marlins are establishing a new identity for the franchise in 2012. Gone are the "Florida" moniker and friendly confines of Sun Life Stadium as they have been replaced with the title of "Miami" and Marlins Park built on the hallowed grounds of the Orange Bowl. The Fish make it seem like all is new but this is not entirely true. Whether "Miami" or "Florida" the Marlins name has been synonymous with baseball in South Florida since 1956. What intrigues me however are the aesthetic features of the teams like logos and uniforms. Uniforms can make or break the identity of a team in the eyes of regional and opposing fans. Some teams make iconic looks through greatness like the New York Yankees, other teams through longevity like the Chicago Cubs, and some teams are a rotating door of looks like the Houston Astros. The Marlins have not been as radical however and I'd like to take a journey through the past to document the look of the Fighting Fish! I would like to start with the original Miami Marlins of the International League. This team was relocated from Syracuse as the Chiefs and were a AAA affiliate of the Philadelphia Phillies and later the Baltimore Orioles. They played from 1956-1960 at Miami Stadium (now The Miami Stadium Apartments) with some games played at the Orange Bowl. The team colors were Orange, Blue, and White. The team home uniforms were white with a cursive "Marlins" script across the chest, blue piping around the neck cut and down the front parallel to the buttons, blue stripe near the botton of both sleeves, and a Marlin carrying a bat and wearing a cap on the left sleeve. The cap featured a block letter "M" in orange, blue base, and a version with an orange bill and one with blue. Miami however would not go for long without minor league baseball as a new Miami Marlins franchise was created in 1962 with the reactivation of the Single A-Advanced Florida State League team, Miami Hustlers. The team was relatively unchanged as they kept the same name, colors, stadium, logos, and uniforms. This version of the Marlins saw success as they won the FSL Championship in 1969 and 1970. The team once again was the affiliate of the Phillies and then a few years later the Orioles. In 1971 the Marlins name was renamed the Orioles to mimic the big league club. The Miami Marlins name would lay dormant until 1982 when the Orioles ended their affiliation with the Miami franchise.The resurgent Miami Marlins changed their look slightly from their early counterparts. The colors remained the same but the home whites were given block lettering for the "MARLINS" script. The road gray uniforms changed the "MIAMI" script into a "MARLINS" one much like the home version. For both jerseys the team removed the blue piping from the neck and front along with the Marlins logo on the sleeves. The sleeve stripes were changed to an orange-blue-orange striping at the end of the sleeves. The caps were kept the same. The Miami Marlins name's minor-league run would last until 1989 when the team changed the name to the Miracle and would relocate to Fort Myers in 1992 at the advent of the new MLB franchise coming to Miami. In 2012 the Marlins embraced their new identity as the Miami Marlins and massive changes were made. Not only was there a new push to spend money but their was a new ballpark built on the site of the Orange Bowl. Things have come full circle for the Marlins. Orange was returned to prominence in a red-orange shade in addition to black, silver, blue, white, and yellow. The changes were radical in use of colors and the set of new logos. The Fish uniforms were still standard fare for baseball uniforms though save for the new color scheme and logos. Pinstripes were removed from the home uniform. And a new all red-orange cap was introduced.The Miami Marlins today unveiled the club’s new City Connect Series uniform, developed and designed in partnership with Nike and MLB. The new uniform speaks to the legacy, culture, passion and pride for baseball in the South Florida community, while celebrating the personality and confidence of our city. The Marlins City Connect uniform is inspired by Latin America’s contribution to baseball, with a legacy red jersey that captures the energetic vibe and culture throughout South Florida and Latin America. The Marlins will debut the new uniform throughout the weekend of May 21–23, following Cuban Independence Day on May 20 and including the celebration of Cuban Heritage Night at loanDepot park on May 22.Los Miami Marlins hoy presentaron el nuevo uniforme City Connect del club, desarrollado y diseñado en asociación con Nike y MLB. El uniforme habla del legado, la cultura, la pasión y el orgullo por el béisbol en la comunidad del sur de Florida, al tiempo que celebra la personalidad y la confianza de nuestra ciudad. El uniforme City Connect de los Marlins está inspirado en la contribución de América Latina al béisbol, con una camiseta roja que captura el ambiente y la cultura enérgica del sur de Florida y América Latina. Los Marlins debutarán con el nuevo uniforme durante el fin de semana del 21 al 23 de mayo, después del Día de la Independencia de Cuba el 20 de mayo e incluyendo la Celebración de Herencia Cubana en el loanDepot park el 22 de mayo. (Source: beyondthebases.mlblogs.com)


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