MIAMI -- By dropping one letter, the Miami Dolphins' and
Florida Marlins' home stadium got a new name.
The facility will now be known as Dolphin Stadium, not by the
Dolphins Stadium moniker it carried for the past year. The move was
formally announced Saturday, when a new logo for the 18-year-old
facility was also unveiled.
"We wanted to capture the spirit of the Dolphins, the fact that
they play here, and the fact that this is their home but at the
same time separate and make it its own unique brand," said
Dolphins Enterprises CEO Joe Bailey. "Therefore that fits into the
overall strategy, the branding strategy and the overall strategy of
The stadium also has been known as Joe Robbie Stadium and Pro
Player Stadium since opening in 1987.