Baseball Betting Florida Marlins 2009

Baseball betting is full of overachieving teams and perhaps no team overachieves on a regular basis in terms of bet on baseball success than the Florida Marlins.

No team in baseball has a more incompetent or tight fisted ownership group, yet somehow this team remains relevant until the very closing days of most baseball betting seasons. Super talented personnel man Larry Beinfest continually produces gold out of baseball betting garbage and 2009 should be another decent bet on baseball season for the Fish.

Baseball betting is different from most pro sports in the fact that there is so much disparity between payrolls. There are several players in the major league baseball betting that make more money annually than the entire Marlins team combined. Crazy but true. Yet again and again the Marlins manage to produce dazzling young talent year in and year out on the baseball betting scene.

The team is led by young superstar Hanley Ramirez, who despite having a bit of a down year in bet on baseball stats last year (.301, 33 HR and 125 runs) still cemented his place as the best shortstop in baseball betting. He’ll again be the leader of the offense in the 2009 baseball betting season helped out by slugging Dan Uggla who is on his way to becoming the best power hitting second baseman in the history of baseball betting, averaging over 30 HRs a year during his bet on baseball career.

Jorge Cantú and Cody Ross will also be back, both 20 HR men and this exciting Marlins team will continue to be a deep threat in the 2009 baseball betting season after setting bet on baseball homerun records by an infield. But it’s the young players coming up that have the baseball betting experts really excited. Prospects Cameron Maybin, Dallas McPherson and Gaby Sanchez are all potential superstars and at least two of them should be starting by opening day of the baseball betting season.

The pitching staff appears to be healthy for the first time in ages and could be one of the most overachieving in the bet on baseball season ahead. The Marlins provide plenty of run support for their pitchers and every starter has a chance to pick a win every night as the bats never seem to rest. Ricky Nolasco seems to have a lock as the opening day starter for the baseball betting season and Josh Johnson and Chris Volstad are more than capable in the 2 and 3 spots. The hardest throwing pitcher in baseball betting, Matt Lindstrom will be the closer and he should be a good one.

The Marlins won’t win the NL East, but they’ll be pretty good and should win at least 80 games.

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