MLB: Which Teams Will Finish in the Cellar This Season?

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NL East: Miami Marlins

Apr 13, 2013; Miami, FL, USA; Miami Marlins relief pitcher A.J. Ramos (44) throws in the seventh inning against the Philadelphia Phillies at Marlins Park. The Marlins won 2-1. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

Unfortunately for the Marlins, they traded away most of their talent in the offseason. Now, there may be hope in years to come, but don’t expect it to arrive before the end of this season. I

In fact, of all the teams I’m predicting to lose their division, I think Miami will have the worst record of all of them. For one, if the season ended right now, they would indeed be tied for the worst record (2-9). Secondly, they rank last in runs scored and second to last in batting average and slugging percentage. And lastly, their pitching staff is very inexperienced. For instance, one pitcher, Jose Fernandez, has never pitched higher than High-A ball.