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The Offishial Show Episode 110: Marlins Trade Value Updates

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Breaking down how some Marlins players’ market values have fluctuated since the start of the season.

Trevor Rogers of the Miami Marlins looks on prior to the game against the Philadelphia Phillies at Citizens Bank Park Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images

It’s only been 16 career starts, but Ely Sussman believes Marlins left-hander Trevor Rogers has truly arrived as an ace pitcher. When will outfield prospect Jesús Sánchez make it back in Miami? Ely has a projected timeline for his call-up and the likely corresponding roster move. Then, an update on the top Marlins (majors and minors included) according to their median value on Baseball Trade Values. Who’s too high or too low?

Enjoy Episode 110!

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As of Thursday, these Marlins players carry the highest surplus value according to Baseball Trade Values’ median estimate: Pablo López (66.8), Sixto Sánchez (63.6), Sandy Alcantara (47.0), JJ Bleday (35.7), Trevor Rogers (34.8), Jazz Chisholm Jr. (33.9), Max Meyer (29.3), Brian Anderson (19.8), Edward Cabrera (16.0), Elieser Hernandez (15.4), Jon Berti (9.9), Miguel Rojas (8.1), José Devers (8.0), Peyton Burdick (7.6) and Jesús Sánchez (7.6).

Jesús Sánchez, the most productive hitter in Minor League Baseball so far in 2021, is a logical call-up candidate for the next Marlins road trip. That’s thanks in part to series against the Red Sox (May 28-30) and Blue Jays (June 1-2) at American League ballparks, which enable them to use the designated hitter spot.

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