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2013 Miami Marlins Season Review

Fish Stripes will review the miserable 2013 season for the Miami Marlins, both the menial highs and the horrible lows.

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2013 Marlins Season Review: Class A Greensboro

The second piece of a five-part series looking at the performance of the Miami Marlins' minor league affiliates.

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2013 Marlins Season Review: Low Class A Batavia

The first piece of a five-part series reviewing the seasons of the Miami Marlins' minor league affiliates.

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2013 Marlins Season Review: The first-year draft

The Miami Marlins scored one major win in the 2013 first-year draft, but they also let a few potential prospects get away thanks to signing and health problems.

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2013 Marlins Season Review: Pitcher report cards

The Miami Marlins got enough solid pitching performances and one transcendent season from a rookie phenom to earn positive grades for their pitching staff.

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2013 Marlins Season Review: Hitters report card

Here at Fish Stripes, we have reviewed each and every important name from the 2013 Miami Marlins. Now, we will hand out the final report card, starting with Giancarlo Stanton and the team's position players.

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2013 Marlins Season Review: The bullpen, part 2

The Miami Marlins had a number of other options in their bullpen for much of 2013, but their work was hit-or-miss for the team.

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2013 Marlins Season Review: The bullpen, part 1

The Miami Marlins got some decent performances out of their bullpen in 2013, including strong play from Mike Dunn and A.J. Ramos.

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2013 Marlins Season Review: Steve Cishek

Steve Cishek quietly had a great season as the Miami Marlins' closer despite being on a losing team and getting off to a rough start.

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2013 Marlins Season Review: The other starters

The Miami Marlins employed a few other starting pitchers this season, but none of them figured to last very long or compete for long-term jobs.

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2013 Marlins Season Review: Jacob Turner

The Miami Marlins were expecting good things from a trio of young starting pitching prospects, but surprisingly it was former top prospect Jacob Turner who played the worst for the Fish in 2013.

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2013 Marlins Season Review: Henderson Alvarez

Henderson Alvarez returned to the Miami Marlins at around midseason and put up a great year for the Fish, including a season-ending no-hitter to finish 2013.

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2013 Marlins Season in Review: Nathan Eovaldi

The Miami Marlins got a great return from Nathan Eovaldi in 2013, as the right-hander put up a promising second season on the mound.

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2013 Marlins Season Review: Nolasco-Dodgers trade

The Miami Marlins traded Ricky Nolasco to the Los Angeles Dodgers and chose not to pay any of his salary. In return, the Fish got a number of questionable minor league pitching arms. How did they do in 2013?

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2013 Marlins Season Review: Ricky Nolasco

The Miami Marlins knew Ricky Nolasco was not long for the team, but his half-season with the Fish was among his best stretches as a Marlin since 2008.

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2013 Marlins Season Review: Jose Fernandez

About the only thing that went extremely well for the Marlins in 2013 was the stellar performance of rookie Jose Fernandez.

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2013 Marlins Season Review: The other outfielders

The Miami Marlins employed a few other outfielders in 2013, but Chris Coghlan and Jake Marisnick, among others, may not find any room in a crowded 2014 situation based on their 2013 Major League stints.

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2013 Marlins Season Review: Giancarlo Stanton

Giancarlo Stanton was supposed to carry the 2013 offense for the Miami Marlins, but injury and struggles led to a difficult season at the plate.

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2013 Marlins Season Review: Marcell Ozuna

The Miami Marlins started Marcell Ozuna in the majors earlier than expected, and the mediocre results at the plate were completely expected.

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2013 Marlins Season Review: Justin Ruggiano

Justin Ruggiano was one of five Marlins outfielders featured prominently for much of the 2013 season, and he was among the better ones. But a midseason slump and some bad luck ruined what could have been a passable year at the plate.

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2013 Marlins Season Review: Christian Yelich

The Miami Marlins promoted their other top prospect in left fielder Christian Yelich, and he impressed in a short Major League stint. Still, his debut was not without hitches as well.

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2013 Marlins Season Review: The Blue Jays trade

Last year, the Miami Marlins made a landmark trade and acquired prospects from the Toronto Blue Jays in favor of much of their 2012 core. The return in 2013 was favorable.

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2013 Marlins Season Review: Adeiny Hechavarria

Adeiny Hechavarria was supposed to be an elite defender at shortstop who might struggle at the plate, but instead the 2013 Marlins got negative results on both ends en route to one of the worst individual seasons in 2013.

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2013 Marlins Season in Review: Ed Lucas

Ed Lucas found his way into the majors and became the latest minor league journeyman project for a desperate Miami Marlins team. In the end, he played well enough to earn a roster spot, but not a starting job.

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2013 Marlins Season Review: Placido Polanco

The Miami Marlins signed Placido Polanco to serve as a stopgap at third base. Instead, the team received the corpse that once was Polanco, as his entire game collapsed in 2013.

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2013 Marlins Season Review: Derek Dietrich

Prospect Derek Dietrich took over second base early in the 2013 season, but a hidden injury and an unfortunate happenstance involving deposed hitting coach Tino Martinez forced him off the Major League roster.

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2013 Marlins Season Review: Donovan Solano

Donovan Solano bounced around the majors and Triple-A and did most things wrong, but his luck with runners on base kept him in the lineup for the Miami Marlins.

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2013 Marlins Season Review: Other first basemen

The Miami Marlins did not rely on too many other players at first base in 2013, but the ones whom they did play did not perform well either.

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2013 Marlins Season Review: Logan Morrison

The 2013 season was an important year for Miami Marlins first baseman Logan Morrison, and he failed to perform up to par for a second straight year.

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2013 Marlins Season Review: Jeff Mathis

The Miami Marlins turned to Jeff Mathis when Rob Brantly could not handle the catcher's job. Mathis in turn delivered a typically Mathis performance.

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2013 Marlins Season Review: Rob Brantly

The Miami Marlins expected Rob Brantly to continue taking steps forward, but the first-year catcher struggled in all aspects of the game and saw himself demoted by midseason.

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The 2013 Marlins and worst historical offenses

The Miami Marlins had one of the worst offenses in baseball history in 2013. How bad was it, and how far back do you have to go to see a worse performance?

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2013 Marlins What Went Wrong: Offense

The Miami Marlins' offense in 2013 was among the worst in league history, as no player on the team could find a rhythm with the bat.

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2013 Marlins What Went Right: Starting rotation

The Miami Marlins had Jose Fernandez anchoring the starting rotation in 2013, but the emergence of Nathan Eovaldi and Henderson Alvarez as potential supporting members was a positive.

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2013 Marlins What Went Wrong: Giancarlo Stanton

The Miami Marlins offense faltered in 2013, but its best player, Giancarlon Stanton, was part of the problem rather than the solution in 2013.

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2013 Marlins What Went Right: Jose Fernandez

The magical season of Jose Fernandez was the best part of the 2013 season for the Miami Marlins.

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2013 Marlins Season Review: Overview

The 2013 Miami Marlins season was riddled with problems, primarily on the offensive end. But even though the Fish had a historically poor offense, there was enough pitching to leave hope for a brighter future.

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