Marlin Maniac RTD 2/14: Marlins Spring Training, WBC

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Marlins fans will look for a more consistent Conley in 2017. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports
Marlins fans will look for a more consistent Conley in 2017. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports /
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One more reason the Braves will be a handful for the Marlins this season. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports
One more reason the Braves will be a handful for the Marlins this season. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports /

Looking Ahead, Any Particular Series Or Matchup Circled On Your Calendar? 

Sean Millerick: Every last game against the Braves. Either that cursed team, or some inexplicable mental block on the part of the Marlins themselves, destroyed last season. Flip that 7-11 record the Fish put up against the worst team in baseball around, and we’re talking a winning season. Throw in the fact that the Braves arguably did more to improve their 2016 version than any other team in the East, and there’s real cause for concern. Keeping the Braves from breaking out a year or two early is priority one for Miami. On a more personal note though, the first Mariners game, cause I have tickets.

David Marcillo: The series in Los Angeles is always circled on my calendar, because it’s my chance to see the Fish in person. It’s a mid-May 4-game series this year, so I’m excited to see almost all of the Marlins rotation.

Seth Moed: Marlins play the Cubs for the first time in early June soon before the All-Star break. This will be a couple months into the season and give us a chance to see how they match up against the defending champs at a critical point in the season.

Kyle Rowley: The first series in Atlanta should be fun. The new stadium will be very cool to see since the Fish travel their three times a year. Going to San Francisco is always one of my favorite series of the year, as well.

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