Marlins Makeover: Four Crucial Changes That Must Happen This Offseason

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Marlins Makeover: Four Crucial Changes That Must Happen This Offseason
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This season has been a bit of a disappointment after owner Jeffrey Loria predicted this team would make the playoffs and is now only hanging on the back end of the Wild Card chase in the National League. With that said, the new stadium opens in 2012 and the Marlins need to get this team together for its big move into a true baseball environment where if they want the seats filled, must get a product the fans can be happy with and 2011 is a stepping stone to that opening. 

What changes do the Marlins need to make? For starters, the Marlins need to invest in their own players while shoring up a shaky bullpen which has been the major reason for the struggles this season. The other has been the faulty defense which ranks high in errors this season, particularly from the infield. 

I will chronicle each and every change the Marlins need to make before they move into their brand new baseball stadium. It's never too early to prepare and 2011 can be a trial run or even a playoff run if this changes are made...

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