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Kyle Lobstein, Tyler Moore among Marlins non-roster invitees

Tyler Moore and Kyle Lobstein are among them.

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First baseman Tyler Moore and left-hander Kyle Lobstein are among the free agents the Marlins signed as non-roster invitees, the club announced Tuesday.

Moore, 29, could serve as a right-handed complement to Justin Bour at first base. However, the Marlins seem open to naming Bour the starter and using J.T. Realmuto at first when Bour gets a day off.

Moore last appeared in the majors in 2015, when he hit .203 with the Nationals.

While Moore would give the Marlins bench depth, Lobstein might be a valuable addition to the bullpen if he earns an opportunity. Miami’s bullpen as of now isn’t expected to feature any left-handed relievers, which the Marlins seem to be OK with.

Lobstein, 27, posted a 3.96 ERA and 4.67 FIP over 25.0 innings with the Pirates last season.

Here are Miami’s other non-roster invitees: