The Miami Marlins are 48-88 this season by virtue of a 9-3 loss to the Washington Nationals from Sunday afternoon.
There are 26 games remaining in the season. There won’t be any celebrations. The talk about improvements in the pitching staff and the youngsters on the roster have been hard to digest. The concentration has been to continue to ride this season out and begin focusing on 2020, presumably with a new manager and a blueprint that has stalled like Hurricane Dorian in the Atlantic Ocean.
These Marlins are chasing another 100-loss season, not progression as we all hoped.