Grades for Every Miami Marlins Player in July

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Grades for Every Miami Marlins Player in July
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As the only Marlins All-Star, what grade did Jose Fernandez receive in July?

Look, the Miami Marlins no longer have the worst record in baseball.

After a 12-14 July, which followed an impressive 15-10 in June, the Marlins have not only passed the Houston Astros to avoid the distinction as Major League Baseball's cellar-dweller, but they also passed the Chicago White Sox as well. At 41-65, the Marlins have MLB's 28th best record.


Next up: catching the Milwaukee Brewers to avoid having the National League's worst record. Currently, the Marlins are four games back of the Brewers.

In all seriousness, the Marlins have improved immensely since a miserable April and May, which they combined to go 14-41. July's report card should reflect the Marlins' better play.

So delve in and, from worst to best, see what grade each Marlins received for the fourth month of the 2013 season.

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