**Latest roster move(s): September 4**
The Marlins could set a franchise record this season. They will probably set several, just because baseball keeps so darn many of them, but the focus of this post is total players used. The record is 57, held by the 2010 Florida Marlins.
In a transitional year for the organization, following a winter of wholesale changes, there are a lot of guys expected to get major league opportunities. You can follow them here, as Fish Stripes updates the names on the active roster and disabled list after every transaction.
The tables below show which players are/were available for the Marlins, distinguishing between pitchers and batters, and sorted alphabetically. Whenever the composition of the 25-man roster changes, we’ll add a new table. Names are written in red along with a symbol (^) to indicate who’s new to the clubhouse (or newly placed on the DL).
2018 Marlins active roster
March 29 (Opening Day)
^Player newly added to roster
*60-day disabled list (all others 10-day DL)
Total pitchers added to roster (not counting Bryan Holaday): 29
Total batters added to roster: 23
Total players to spend time on DL: 20