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Earning Their Stripes: Marlins Top Prospects & MLB Draft Analysis

A wide-ranging discussion about Jazz Chisholm Jr., Trevor Rogers and the other Marlins top prospects as well as a look-ahead to July’s MLB Draft.

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The Fish Stripes podcast takes a break from the 2-6 Marlins major league team to focus on the future. Spencer Morris, Ethan Budowsky, Ian Smith and Ely Sussman work their way down from impactful rookies on the active roster (4:40), to the Fish Tank in Jacksonville (30:30) and the 2021 MLB Draft class (58:30). Please note that this pod was recorded on Friday.

Enjoy Episode 33!

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Individual Marlins players who were featured on the pod include JJ Bleday, Paul Campbell, Jazz Chisholm Jr., Jerar Encarnación, Evan Fitterer, Monte Harrison, Nick Neidert and Trevor Rogers.

Later this month, the Prospects Live staff will reveal their Marlins 2021 prospect rankings. Rankings for many of the other MLB teams are already published here.

Follow Spencer (@ProspectSpencer), Ethan (@ethanbudowsky), Ian (@FlaSmitty), Fish Stripes (@fishstripes) and Ely (@RealEly) on Twitter. Full coverage here at

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