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The Offishial Show Episode 109: Power Ranking New Marlins Players

Through 40 regular season games, which offseason moves have helped the Marlins the most?

Adam Duvall of the Miami Marlins makes a catch for an out against the Los Angeles Dodgers during the first inning at Dodger Stadium Photo by Michael Owens/Getty Images

Ely Sussman recaps the weekend series between the Marlins and Dodgers, recognizes RHP Zach McCambley and INF Federico Polanco as minor league players of the week, and ranks 11 newcomers to the Marlins organization in terms of their impact on the club through the first quarter of the season.

Enjoy Episode 109!

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McCambley (High-A Beloit) pitched seven perfect innings in his lone start of the week. Polanco (Low-A Jupiter) recorded extra-base hits in all four games he played.

There are 11 players acquired by the Marlins since the end of the last season who have made major league appearances for the 2021 team. Here’s how I would rank them:

  1. Dylan Floro
  2. Adam Duvall
  3. Adam Cimber
  4. John Curtiss
  5. Ross Detwiler
  6. Anthony Bass
  7. Anthony Bender
  8. Zach Pop
  9. Sandy León
  10. Luís Madero
  11. Paul Campbell

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