Found July 14, 2013 on Fox Sports Florida:
MIAMI -- The All-Star break has arrived, marking the traditional midpoint of the baseball season. For the Miami Marlins, it seems they've already played two halves in 2013. Miami went 14-41 during an injury-riddled first two months in which very little seemed to go right. Since then, the Marlins have gone 21-17 and have created hope that the team's rebuilding process might come to fruition sooner than later. (Yes, 93 of 162 games is slighty more than half -- but who's really counting?) "We turned it around very nicely," said closer Steve Cishek, whose 16 13-inning scoreless streak was snapped in Sunday's 5-2, 10-inning loss to Washington. "It's been incredible how well we've played the past two months. It was looking kind of dismal at first, and all of a sudden there was just like a resurgence. "The team's been great; we've been battling. Putting together all those wins was a huge learning curve for a lot of the young guys.&qu...
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