Miami Marlins Primary Logo
The Marlins said they chose colors found in the large variety of cultural flags flown in South Florida. They said the script was influenced by typography commonly found in Latin-American culture, with a font style and accent colors reminiscent of the 1950s Miami Marlins minor league team, as well as the Havana Sugar Kings of the same era.
Jeter, the team's CEO, had input on the designs. "We tried to capture the energy and diversity of Miami," he said. "We listened to our fans. We took a lot of time looking around Miami. We've done Miami's colors."
2019 - Present
A blue, red, and black marlin leaping next to a baseball and wordmark “Miami” in black with blue and red trim.
2017 - 2018
A white, yellow, red, blue, and silver letter “M” with a marlin flying over the letter. Marlins removed the black from the previous logo.
2012 - 2016
This version of the Miami Marlins logo was unveiled in November 2011. It consists of a stylized block letter “M” in black, blue, yellow and orange. Also, a orange and blue marlin leaping over the wordmark “MIAMI” in black lettering.
1993 - 2011
The Marlins first logo consisted of a marlin jumping out of a silver circle with a black trim and a wordmark “FLORIDA MARLINS,” also a baseball in the background. It was unveiled in July 1991.