2014 Miami Marlins Prospects and Draft Coverage

Miami Marlins Daily Minor League Report: April 21

Jacksonville and Greensboro endured impressively bad thrashings, respectively giving up 17 and 14 runs.

Miami Marlins Daily Minor League Report: April 20

Adam Conley, Andrew Heaney, Trevor Williams, and Max Garner all delivered outstanding starts in a strong showcase for Miami's pitching depth.

Miami Marlins Daily Minor League Report: April 16

Rafael Furcal finished hit-less in his third rehab outing, Justin Bohn reached base four times, and Viosergy Rosa homered twice in Jupiter's extra-innings victory.

Miami Marlins Daily Minor League Recap: April 15

Andrew Heaney was dominant for Jacksonville and Adam Conley's rough awakening in Triple-A continued.

Fish Cap: Miami Marlins 11, Washington Nationals 2

The Marlins reversed the tides and flat out embarrassed Stephen Strasburg on Tuesday at Marlins Park.

Miami Marlins Daily Minor League Report: April 11

Kyle Jensen achieved the improbable golden sombrero, while Angel Sanchez looked markedly better on the mound in his second start.

Miami Marlins Daily Minor League Report: April 10

Adam Conley and Andrew Heaney both pitched for their respective teams on Tuesday night.

Miami Marlins Daily Minor League Report: April 9

Jacob Realmuto homered and doubled to overcome Anthony DeSclafani's rough second start in Jacksonville's win over Birmingham.

Miami Marlins Daily Minor League Report: April 5

Avery Romero homered as part of a three-hit night in an otherwise disastrous day for the Miami farm system.

Miami Marlins Daily Minor League Report: April 3

Daily coverage of the minor leagues on Fish Stripes returns as Opening Day commenced for New Orleans, Jacksonville, Jupiter, and Greensboro.

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Fish Stripes 2014 Top Prospects: #1 Andrew Heaney

Andrew Heaney, the Marlins 2012 first-round pick, tops our list as the Marlins best prospect.

Fish Stripes 2014 Top Prospects: #2 Jake Marisnick

Jake Marisnick rates as the only bona fide five-tool prospect in the farm system, a status that places him above all other Marlins hitting prospects.

The Marlins and managing prospects the right way

The Miami Marlins have developed a reputation for rushing prospects to the majors over the last few years. What is their philosophy on that matter and, given the success of some of their recent attempts, is it the right formula for the team?

Fish Stripes 2014 Top Prospects: #3 Colin Moran

2013 first-round pick Colin Moran will have a chance to provide the Marlins with a reliable bat at the hot corner in the future.

Fish Stripes Top Prospects: #4 Justin Nicolino

Justin Nicolino will bring elite fastball command and a plus changeup to the Marlins rotation as early as mid-2014.

Fish Stripes 2014 Top Prospects: #5 Adam Conley

Adam Conley, a left-handed pitcher who spent the 2013 season in Double-A Jacksonville, slides in at #5 on the Fish Stripes 2014 Marlins Top Prospects list.

Fish Stripes 2014 Top Prospects: #6 Jose Urena

Jose Urena offers the Marlins a tantalizing marriage of plus fastball velocity and plus control, projecting to slide comfortably into the middle of the rotation in a couple of years.

Examining the Potential of Nick Wittgren

As Spring Training continues on, top-notch relief prospect Nick Wittgren sits on the verge of a possible spot in the Marlins rotation. Does Wittgren have the skills to break into Miami's bullpen? Or does he have to continue to work in the MILB?

2014 Marlins Top Prospects: #7 Anthony DeSclafani

Anthony DeSclafani, a right-handed pitcher who split 2013 between Jupiter and Jacksonville, comes in at #7 on Fish Stripes 2014 Marlins Top Prospects list.

Fish Stripes 2014 Top Prospects: #8 Brian Flynn

Brian Flynn ranks eighth on the Fish Stripes top prospect list on the promise of yielding immediate value for the Marlins, with the potential to anchor the back of the rotation for the next few years.

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 Prospects: #10 Avery Romero

The Miami Marlins would love to have an above-average starting second baseman right about now. If Derek Dietrich fails to secure that role, Avery Romero could take it over in just a few years.

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: #13-14

The first position players on the Fish Stripes 2014 Top Prospects list emerge, both of whom hold reasonable odds at producing in the majors.

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.

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