J.T. Continues to show why he is one of the top catchers in the league.
Peters faced a steep learning curve in September after being promoted straight from Double-A to The Show.
It took a couple years, but the Claw finally earned his first save for the Fish.
Until pitchers and catchers report, there’s not much on-field action to keep a Marlins’ fan interested.
After taking a step back from a stellar 2016, Phelps was traded to Seattle after 44 appearances with Miami for four prospects just before the Trade Deadline.
Rojas saw more game action than ever before and really found his groove at the end of the year.
Dishing out credit and shame in equal helpings.
Ramos’ career took an awkward twist when the All-Star reliever had to face the only team he has ever known.
We really need a nickname for this guy
Chen’s health and hefty contract provide doubt and uncertainty to the Marlins rotation.
The second baseman likely played his way out of town
An injury limited playing time for the 25 year-old in 2017, but the infielder could see a significant amount of action for a rebuilding Marlins team next season.
Miami called up their third baseman of the future when rosters expanded at the start of September, and we may be seeing much more of him during the 2018 season.
The hard-throwing right-hander had a simple problem last season, but is it fixable?
Slowed by hamstring and knee injuries, Captain Pratt spent most of the summer leading from the bench.
It was a tale of two halves for the submariner in 2017, and with the veteran under contract for next year, the Marlins hope that they will be getting more of what they saw towards the end of the season.
Mop-up role is a dirty job. Someone has to do it.