Best Month For Marlins: Miami’s Success Month-By-Month Over Season

Best Month For Marlins: Miami’s Success Month-By-Month Over Season
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The Miami Marlins’ first 162-game season postseason appearance since 2003 ended badly for the club last fall, with a two-game sweep at the hands of the Philadelphia Phillies in the NL Wild Card round.  

Still, there’s reason for optimism in Miami, as the Marlins bring back leading hitter Luis Arraez and his 4.9 WAR from 2023, while Jon Berti (2.4 WAR) and Jesus Sanchez (1.7 WAR) are back as well, while pitchers Jesus Luzardo (4.1 WAR), Braxton Garrett (3.8 WAR), Tanner Scott (3.6 WAR) and Sandy Alcantara (3.5 WAR) comprise one of the best rotations in the Senior Circuit.  

The Marlins begin the new MLB league year as a betting underdog, with +5000 World Series odds and +260 odds of reaching the postseason again in 2024, but there’s still hope to be had in Miami this spring as the franchise looks to reach the MLB postseason for a second year in a row for the first time ever.  

With the 2024 MLB regular season around the corner. stepped out of the Florida sports betting batter's box and used to pull the Marlins’ records from the past three years to see which month the team plays best in. 

Based on the data, the team plays best in June with a 44-38 record and .537 win loss percentage.  

Miami Marlins Best Months

Below is some information that could be helpful for those betting on Florida betting apps in the future. Here are the Marlins' best months.

Rank Month Record W-L %
1 June44-38.537
2 April38-35.521
3 September37-43.463
6 August29-54.349

Which Month Has Been the Marlins Best?

Since 2021, the Marlins have thrived in June and April, which were the only two where the franchise had records above .500, going 44-38 (.537) in June and 38-35 (.521) in April, ranking well ahead of the third best month, which was September at 37-43, or .463.  

Rounding out the list in Miami were July (32-45/.416), May (33-47/.413), and August (29-54/.349), showing how tough the second half of the regular season has been on the Marlins since the COVID-shortened 2020 season.  

This year, the Marlins begin the season against the Pittsburgh Pirates, with a four-game series between March 28 and 31 before Mike Trout and the Los Angeles Angels come to Miami for a three-game stint from April 1 to 3.  

Fish fans can only hope that this year’s Marlins team has what it takes to bolster the team’s April win percentage, building on a strong last three years to make a return to the postseason come October of 2024.  



Christopher Boan

Christopher Boan writes for and has been covering sports and sports betting for more than seven years, with experience at, the Tucson Weekly and the Green Valley News.

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