Miami Marlins: 5 Keys to Climbing out of the NL East Basement in 2012

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Miami Marlins: 5 Keys to Climbing out of the NL East Basement in 2012
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As of today, the Miami Marlins are currently sitting in last place in the NL East standings. They stand at 9-14, five games behind the first place Washington Nationals.

Yes, the Nationals and not the struggling Philadelphia Phillies, who most thought would lead the division from start to finish.

The NL East through the first few weeks of the season have been anything but expected.

Even the New York Mets have a better record than than the team who lured their former franchise player (Jose Reyes) away from them.

There are many factors as to why the Marlins have been struggling thus far this season.

Here are five keys to climbing out of the NL East basement for the Miami Marlins.

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