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Miami Marlins organizational changes for 2022 season

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A running list of key employees who are either joining or departing from the Marlins.

CEO Derek Jeter of the Miami Marlins talks with general manager Kim Ng during the seventh inning against the New York Mets at loanDepot park Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images

Even following the most successful of seasons, MLB teams undergo personnel changes. Contracts expire, individual underperform, personalities clash, etc. There was hardly anything about the 2021 Marlins that can be deemed “successful”, so expect substantial turnover.

This page will keep track of the Marlins’ additions and subtractions, from the conclusion of the 2021 regular season through the start of 2022 spring training.


Free Agents: INF Joe Panik, RHP Austin Pruitt; C Sandy León will also be eligible for free agency following the World Series if not signed to a new contract beforehand

Additions: none

Subtractions: none (Panik and Pruitt are unlikely to be re-signed)

Coaches/Player Development

  • Christina De Nicola of clarifies that head athletic trainer Gene Basham, assistant athletic trainer Brad LaRosa and assistant athletic trainer Chris Mudd are the ones departing. Marlins players missed a combined 1,681 days on the injured list during the regular season, per Baseball Prospectus (11th-most in MLB).
  • Mike Jacobs won’t return as a Marlins minor league manager, Andy Slater reports. His High-A Beloit Snappers posted a 55-65 last season. Jacobs previously managed the 2017 and 2018 Short Season A Batavia Muckdogs—30-45 and 36-40 records, respectively—and the 2019 Low-A Clinton LumberKings (78-61 plus postseason berth).
  • Todd Hollandsworth was technically employed by Bally Sports Florida, but the network “consults with the team before making any decision,” per the Miami Herald’s Barry Jackson. After providing color commentary on approximately 700 Marlins game broadcasts from 2017-2021, he is being replaced.