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Fish Stripes 2014 Top Prospects: #9 Brent Keys

Brent Keys earns his position as the Marlins ninth-best prospect, mainly because of his hitting ability, which all starts with his outstanding plate discipline.

Fish Stripes 2014 Top Marlins Prospects: #11-12

Trevor Williams and J.T. Realmuto come in at #11 and #12 on the 2014 Top Marlins Prospects list. Both players drafted in the first 50 picks of their respective classes, these two have a lot of hype to live up to in 2014.

Fish Stripes 2014 Top Marlins Prospects: #15-16

Arquimedes Caminero and Colby Suggs make up the #16 and #15 slots of the Marlins top prospects list at Fish Stripes this season.

Fish Stripes 2014 Top Marlins Prospects: #19-20

An in-depth look at the two prospects that just barely made the Fish Stripes's list of top prospects in the Miami farm system. In 2014, Sam Dyson came in at #19 and Nick Wittgren nabbed the final spot.

Fish Stripes 2014 Top 20 Miami Marlins Prospects

Fish Stripes ranks the top 20 prospects in the Marlins organization, headlined by left-handed pitcher Andrew Heaney.

Marlins should pursue Andrew Bailey for bullpen

Andrew Bailey isn't the top reliever on the free agency market because he suffered a season-ending injury in 2013, but he is a veteran pitcher who, if healthy, could add pride and promise to the back of the Marlins bullpen.

Carter Capps and his future with the Marlins

Carter Capps, 23, will look to work on weaknesses in his delivery in order to find success in the Marlins bullpen.

How Scouting Pitchers is Like Baking Cookies

A look at the parallels between baking a classic type of cookie and scouting pitchers in the Modern age.

Rafael Furcal signing: Future for Derek Dietrich

Marlins top second base prospect Derek Dietrich was seemingly going to start the 2014 season in the majors until the Marlins went out and got veteran Rafael Furcal in free agency.

Miami Marlins' top five prospect tools: Changeup

The Marlins are rich in pitching prospects, in particular those with strong changeups. Here are the five best changeups in the Marlins' minor league organization.

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