Florida Marlins: Sellers or Buyers?

Posted: 5th July 2010 by Gabriel Smith in MLB
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As we reach the midpoint of the season, the Florida Marlins have put themselves in an awkward position. They are currently 38-43, fourth in the NL East division, and 9.5 games out of first place. The record they have leaves them in a selling position, or does it? Before we declare the Marlins sellers at this point in the season, we must ask ourselves these two questions: Is the offense producing? Yes. Are the starting pitchers going deep into games? Yes. Based on these points alone, I can tell you that the Marlins should not be sellers.  The two main things that make a good team are pitching and scoring runs. The Marlins have proved able to do both. That means the things that make the Marlins lose is the sloppy defense and terrible bullpen. Now how can the Marlins improve on thi ...

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