Quiz: Can you name all of the Marlins’ former MLB All-Stars?

Miami Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria shakes hands with Major League Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred as former Marlin Jeff Conine looks on after unveiling the 2017 All-Star Game logo before the game between the Miami Marlins and the Philadelphia Phillies at Marlins Park on July 27, 2016 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Rob Foldy/Getty Images)

Though the Miami (née Florida) Marlins have only been around since 1993, they have had 29 different players named to the various National League All-Star teams during that period.

And with the 2017 MLB All-Star Game coming to Miami, we thought it would be fun to look back and see how many of those former All-Stars you can remember.

Take our quiz below to see how many former Marlins All-Stars you’re able to recall.

[Hint: Check out the photo downpage for a look at several guys whose names show up.]


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Former Marlins All-Stars chat before the Miami Marlins’ home opener in Miami, Florida on April 6, 2015. (Allen Eyestone / The Palm Beach Post)

MLB, Marlins reveal special event uniforms for 2016 season

Major League Baseball released new designs Wednesday for the 2016 season’s special holiday jerseys and caps, including those for your hometown Miami Marlins.

And unlike previous seasons — where slick, updated looks were created for Memorial Day, the Fourth of July and the All-Star Game — there are Mother’s and Father’s Day designs, as well.

Per Cincinnati.com:

MLB, Majestic and New Era worked together to create the new designs, according to a press release from MLB, and the league will donate licensed uniform royalties to Susan G. Komen (Mother’s Day), Prostate Cancer Foundation (Father’s Day), Stand Up to Cancer (Mother’s Day and Father’s Day), Welcome Back Veterans (Memorial Day and Independence Day) and the Canadian Forces Morale and Welfare Services’ “Support Our Troops Fund” (Blue Jays’ Memorial Day uniforms).

But what do they look like?

Below are the Marlins’ versions of the holiday jerseys and caps along with links to full galleries of the special designs for each Major League team (all courtesy of MLB.com).

Enjoy, and let us know what you think of the Marlins looks.

Mother’s Day 2016 

MLB.com says: “They’ll look the same as teams’ usual uniforms, but as if they’ve been dipped in pink, for Mother’s Day.”

Galleries: Jerseys | Caps

(Courtesy of mlb.com)

(Courtesy of mlb.com)

Father’s Day 2016

MLB.com says: “…And Father’s Day blue.”

Galleries: Jerseys | Caps

(Courtesy of mlb.com)

(Courtesy of mlb.com)

Memorial Day 2016

MLB.com says: “Those themed get-ups will join the usual camouflage designs for Memorial Day — which will utilize a new woodland camouflage design licensed by the U.S. Marine Corps.”

Galleries: Jerseys | Caps

(Courtesy of mlb.com)

(Courtesy of mlb.com)

Fourth of July/Canada Day 2016

MLB.com says: “And flag-themed caps and jerseys for U.S.-based teams on July Fourth. Proceeds from the Memorial Day and Independence Day uniforms will benefit Welcome Back Veterans. The Blue Jays uniform will feature Maple Leaf designs on the cap, incorporating the colors of the Canadian flag. Those will also be worn on Canada Day, July 1.”

Galleries: Jerseys | Caps

(Courtesy of mlb.com)

(Courtesy of mlb.com)

2016 Home Run Derby 

MLB.com says: “…And Home Run Derby caps and uniforms, which are inspired by the beloved retro Padres uniforms.”

Gallery: Caps and Jerseys

(Courtesy of mlb.com)

(Courtesy of mlb.com)

2016 All-Star Game

Gallery: Caps