The Miami Marlins have 74 games remaining to make a difference in the 2019 season.
After a 33–55 first-half record, this is the team that has played better of late but still resides in the cellar of the National League East division. The Marlins are playing 23-24 baseball in their last 47 games. I’m sure most fans in South Florida would take that any day.
I said this last week, but I really believe this is a team that could be a spoiler. The pitching staff is returning to form. The lineup should be stronger, with players coming back from injury, and there is a little bit of spark in the middle of the lineup, given players like Brian Anderson have been hitting the ball better.