Can The Miami Marlins Be The Ones To Disrupt The NL East Narrative This Season?
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Heading into 2015, the narrative in the NL East was mostly focused on the Washington Nationals being heavy World Series favorites. Narratives are great, but they don’t always hold true once the season actually starts.
With 2016 officially kicking off as teams begin reporting for Spring Training, there’s a new narrative surrounding the NL East. It’s now about this division being a two-horse race between these squads, leaving the other three out in the proverbial cold.
For the Miami Marlins, they’re hoping a strong finish to 2015, a new manager and a full season of Giancarlo Stanton and Jose Fernandez can help them crash the party and be the second consecutive team to disrupt this narrative.
Posted on February 20, 2016, in MLB Teams: Articles and Analysis and tagged Atlanta Braves, bryce harper, chinmusicbaseball.com, david wright, giancarlo stanton, jose fernandez, matt musico, miami marlins, new york mets, NL east, philadelphia phillies, Washington Naitonals. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.