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Marlins in midst of historic turnaround, unlikely playoff run

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HardballTalk's Craig Calcaterra joins Jenna Corrado to discuss the resurgent Marlins. Miami lost 100 games in 2013, but is sitting at 62-62 with just 38 games left this season. The Marlins' success can be attributed to the development of young talent, like Giancarlo Stanton, who is in contention for MVP.

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