What the Miami Marlins can learn from the Astros, Nationals as the World Series begins

Miami Herald
What the Miami Marlins can learn from the Astros, Nationals as the World Series begins
What the Miami Marlins can learn from the Astros, Nationals as the World Series begins

The World Series is here, and once again, the Miami Marlins will be watching from home. The Houston Astros and Washington Nationals begin the best-of-7 series Tuesday at Minute Maid Park. First pitch is set for 8 p.m. The Marlins, in the second year of the franchise's latest rebuild under the Bruce Sherman/Derek Jeter ownership group, hope to be back in contention — and remain in contention — for a World Series sooner rather than later. That's why they orchestrated this rebuild. That's why they are infusing talent from the ground up. They want to, as president of baseball operations Michael Hill has said numerous times, “have a sustainable product and year in and year out we want to compete for

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