The Miami Marlins are a Major League Baseball team that currently plays in the city of Miami. They were founded in 1991 as the Florida Marlins and began play in 1993 in the suburb of Miami Gardens before moving to the city in 2012 and becoming the Miami Marlins at that time. The Marlins have played their home games at LoanDepot Park (formerly Marlins Park) since that time. The Marlins compete in Major League Baseball (MLB) as a member club of the National League (NL) East division. The club has won two NL pennants and two World Series championships (1997 and 2003). The Marlins were also the first team to win the World Series as a wild card. The franchise adopted the nickname "Marlins" from previous minor league teams. During the 2020 shortened season, the Marlins finished with a 31–29 overall record and 2nd place in the NL East. In the Wild Card Series, they swept the Chicago Cubs in 2 games but lost in three games to the Atlanta Braves in the NL Division Series. The current principal owner of the team is Bruce Sherman, the general manager is Kim Ng, and the manager is Skip Schumaker.