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Marlins can still hit the long ball

The Marlins went through a bit of a second half drought, but when Jeremy Hermida and Josh Willingham hit home runs Monday it gave the Marlins 201 for the season, which equals the club record set a year ago.

By the way, that’s 43 more home runs than the 1927 Yankees, who hit 158 in 154 games.

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