The growing pains of April are officially behind the Miami Marlins. Between a combination of bad baseball ( an 8-14 record), bad politics (Ozzie Guillen’s love for Cuban dictator Fidel Castro) and bad PR (Guillen’s actually saying so out loud to the press), Miami had the markings of a team that wouldn’t live up to the hype of the offseason. But in May, the bats are slowly starting to pick up, Guillen’s managerial skills are taking hold and the Marlins have gone 8-1. They’re now above .500 and right back into the mix in the NL East.
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