MLB Power Rankings: Week 3

29. Miami Marlins (3-14)

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This Week: vs. San Francisco, @ Chicago Cubs

Through three weeks, no team has been more disappointing than the Miami Marlins. On the heels of a surprising run to the playoffs in 2023, fans expected Miami to be competitive once again. Instead, the Marlins enter Tuesday with a putrid 3-14 record. Miami finally won a home game last week — but it still lost the series to Atlanta and is now 1-10 at home overall. Frustrating the fan base further, Miami sent down young pitcher Max Meyer following a great start to the year. In three starts, Meyer allowed four runs over 17.0 IP.