Miami Marlins Report Card at the Halfway Point of the MLB Season

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Miami Marlins Report Card at the Halfway Point of the MLB Season
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The Miami Marlins celebrate Jeff Mathis' walk-off grand slam on Sunday.

The Miami Marlins' 2013 season has been, as most people expected, not particularly good. A solid June has bumped up their record to 30-51, with a winning percentage slightly better than the equally poor Houston Astros.

The last month has seen the record inch ever closer to respectability. But they're still on pace to bust this writer's preseason prediction of less than 100 losses. With half the season gone, it becomes time to assess the ups and downs—mostly downs—of this campaign.

Read on for a breakdown of grades across the board for the Marlins. It'll be divided by position groups: infield, outfield, catchers, starting and relief pitching, as well as coaching.

 

All stats in this article are through July 1's game and from the Marlins' official site unless otherwise linked.

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