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In a division that has one team that is head and shoulders above the rest, the Miami Marlins come into the season with a legitimate shot at being the scond best team and a possible wild card contender.
The Marlins actually made some offseason moves to help bolster the club and give the fans a reason to have hope heading into 2015. The outcome of the season could very well come down to whether or not some of their key players can stay healthy.
Giancarlo Stanton will try to bounce back after being hit in the face with a pitch. He's one of the game's top players, but there's no telling how someone reacts after getting beaned in the face.
Jose Fernandez won't pitch until sometime in the middle of the season, but his return is highly anticipated. He was arguably already the top pitcher in all of baseball before undergoing Tommy John surgery.
The team added Michael Morse in the offseason, but he can never seem to stay healthy. Dee Gordon should be a nice upgrade at second base and has some upside potential, and Martin Prado's addition will give the team some much-needed flexibility.
Miami might still be a year or two away, especially with Fernandez still on the mend, but this could be an exciting team to watch. Whether the fans will actually care enough to show up is another question.
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