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Overall Record: 60-74
August Record: 7-19
When the Florida Marlins season went; it went quickly.
In the first few months of the 2011 season, the Marlins looked like they had potential to be a late-season sleeper team in the NL. But after a horrendous June when the Marlins went 5-23 (.179 win percentage), they rebounded with a good July, only to follow it up with another terrible month in August.
Since July 31, they've had the second-worst record in MLB and have continued to look young and easily distracted. And when the Marlins demoted Logan Morrison to New Orleans after a very productive rookie campaign, the front office looked like they were losing control quickly.
Couple all this with the fact that just 347 fans came to a home game last week against the Cincinnati Reds? Well...
With so much young, exciting talent bursting from the seams of this team, can the Marlins possibly look any worse?