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What's Left in the Marlins' Clubhouse?

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So the dreadful Marlins sleep with the fishes once more. Quit yer whining, crybabies! Baseball's least-lovable franchise may have taken hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars to build a new stadium/spaceship/art gallery and then traded off most of its two-legged talent to the Toronto Blue Jays, but Miami owner Jeffrey Loria surely has a genius recovery plan, so there's plenty of hope, you defeatist cynics. Let's run down what's left of the Marlins lineup for the 2013 season.

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