The Miami Dolphins may be ready to drop a new logo on its fans as the team ends a promising 2012 campaign and begins preparing for the 2013 season.
The Marlins’ decision this week to dump their high-paid all stars and “restructure” for the future follows a long and storied history of dashed hopes and broken promises. At least that’s how Gary Nelson sees it.
The stadium in Miami Gardens that plays host to the Miami Dolphins, the Orange Bowl, and several other major events each year is about to go through another name change.
The Florida Marlins playoff chances have been over for a long time, but the last official series for the Marlins starts Monday night against the Washington Nationals.