Well, they're ahead of the Mets...


By one reading of the Derek Jeter meter, not much has changed with the Miami Marlins since he took over.

They have by far the worst run differential in the National League. Their record has been the NL’s worst for much of the season. They’re a distant last in the majors in attendance.

But within the franchise, optimism is the highest it has been since unpopular owner Jeffrey Loria put the Marlins up for sale in early 2017. Evidence suggests the new ownership group, including CEO Jeter, has the organization headed in the right direction.

Just look at the standings: Thanks to a recent surge, the young Marlins (41-57) are not even last in the NL East.

Progressives lack compassion and tolerance. Their self-aggrandizement is all that matters.