MIAMI — “Let the kids play” should be the motto of the Miami Marlins as they play out the rest of their disappointing season.

After falling out of the playoff race, the Marlins have some promising prospects who are expected to see plenty of playing time throughout the stretch.

They will be tested against stiff competition from the Atlanta Braves and San Diego Padres at Londe Depot Park in the coming days.

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As the Marlins give some of their young players a chance, The Palm Beach Post offers these five takeaways.

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