Found April 18, 2013 on The Outside Corner:
The Astros are a bad baseball team, a team that many believed could be the first team since the 1962 Mets to lose 120 games. The Marlins are also a bad baseball team, a team that didn't get quite the same doomsday projections that the Astros did, but given their 2-11 start, it seems they were wildly short-changed in that regard. But none of this should come as a shock to anyone. Bad teams being bad is what we expect and quibbling over who is worse would be mean-spirited and morbid. We here at The Outside Corner would never stoop to that level, at least not until we run into a slow news day, instead we shall try and bring a little hope to these hopeless franchises by determining which team actually has a real shot at a bright, or at least moderately well-lit, future. To solve this clearly important and controversial quandry, we take to the debate floor with the esteemed Garrett Wilson taking up for the Astros and Joe Lucia defending the Marlins. Ready... set... ar...
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