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Marlins Jeopardy: Season 1

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Archives of all the Fish Stripes trivia shows from the 2021-22 MLB offseason.

Inspired by the iconic game show Jeopardy! and bored by a Major League Baseball lockout that has turned off the faucet of Marlins-related offseason news and rumors, Fish Stripes has turned our attention to creating and presenting fun trivia. Many of the previously scheduled Fish Stripes LIVE shows are being reformatted as Marlins Jeopardy to keep fans entertained and directly involved throughout the winter.

Anybody familiar with Jeopardy! should pick up on our rules quickly. Contestants “buzz in” following the reading of each clue, receiving points for correct responses (which should be voiced in the form of a question) and being deducted that amount for incorrect responses. There is a “Daily Double” hidden within each round of trivia and a “Final Jeopardy!” that awaits at the very end.

Viewers on the Fish Stripes YouTube and Facebook accounts are welcome to comment throughout the show with their guesses—accurate/funny comments will be featured on the screen.

Italicized names on the leaderboard below are Fish Stripes staffers/frequent collaborators.

Marlins Jeopardy Season 1 Leaderboard

Ranking Contestant Total Points Points Per Show
Ranking Contestant Total Points Points Per Show
1 Isaac Azout (5x champ) 116,700 11,670
2 Daniel Álvarez (6x champ) 99,800 16,633
3 Daniel Rodriguez 38,550 3,505
4 Alex Carver (1x champ) 36,901 3,355
5 Alex Pinzon 4,200 4,200
6 Kristian Cartelle 2,800 2,800
7 Mike Picardi 1,000 1,000
8 Sean Millerick 100 100
9 John Rodriguez (1x champ) 50 25
10 Ely Sussman 1 1
t-11 Victor Torres 0 0
t-11 Danny Rodriguez 0 0
t-11 Willy Garcia 0 0
14 Aram Leighton -200 -200
t-15 Kevin Barral -400 -44
t-15 Nick Alvarez -400 -400
t-15 Kyle Sielaff -400 -400
18 Jack Azout -600 -600
t-19 Louis Addeo-Weiss -1,000 -1,000
t-19 Enrique Rodriguez -1,000 -1,000
21 Angel Rassi -1,200 -1,200
t-22 Alex Contreras -2,400 -2,400
t-22 Noah Goldberg -2,400 -2,400
24 Navi -2,800 -2,800
25 Romeo Rodriguez -3,600 -3,600
26 Isaac Edelman -4,200 -4,200
27 Noah Berger -6,000 -3,000

December 8, 2021


December 15, 2021

  • Livestream (contestants: Daniel Álvarez, Noah Berger, Alex Carver, Daniel Rodriguez and John Rodriguez)
  • Play Jeopardy and Double Jeopardy for yourself
  • Final Jeopardy: Picked off 4 times as a baserunner in 2021, most among all Marlins players

December 22, 2021

  • Livestream (contestants: Daniel Álvarez, Isaac Azout, Kevin Barral, Alex Carver, Aram Leighton and Daniel Rodriguez)
  • Play Jeopardy and Double Jeopardy for yourself
  • Final Jeopardy: Michael Hill’s alma mater

January 5, 2022

  • Livestream (contestants: Daniel Álvarez, Isaac Azout, Kevin Barral, Alex Carver, Angel Rassi, Danny Rodriguez and Daniel Rodriguez)
  • Play Jeopardy and Double Jeopardy for yourself
  • Final Jeopardy: MLB career stats (all w/ Marlins): 8 HR & .622 OPS in 54 G / Winter Ball career stats: 6 HR & .712 OPS in 53 G

January 12, 2022

  • Livestream (contestants: Daniel Álvarez, Isaac Azout, Kevin Barral, Alex Carver, Isaac Edelman and Daniel Rodriguez)
  • Play Jeopardy and Double Jeopardy for yourself
  • Final Jeopardy: Marlins team leader in pitching appearances since the start of the 2020 season

January 19, 2022

  • Livestream (contestants: Daniel Álvarez, Isaac Azout, Kevin Barral, Alex Carver, Alex Contreras and Noah Goldberg)
  • Play Jeopardy and Double Jeopardy for yourself
  • Final Jeopardy: The player who started the most games in the cleanup spot for the 2021 Marlins

January 26, 2022

  • Livestream (contestants: Louis Addeo-Weiss, Nick Alvarez, Isaac Azout, Daniel Rodriguez and Ely Sussman)
  • Play Jeopardy and Double Jeopardy for yourself
  • Final Jeopardy: The home plate umpire who worked Henderson Álvarez’s no-hitter

February 1, 2022


February 9, 2022

  • Livestream (contestants: Isaac Azout, Kevin Barral, Alex Carver, Sean Millerick, Alex Pinzon and Daniel Rodriguez)
  • Play Jeopardy and Double Jeopardy for yourself
  • Final Jeopardy: The Giants claimed this Marlins pitcher off waivers after the 2019 season (and he’s still on the Giants today)

February 16, 2022

  • Livestream (contestants: Isaac Azout, Kevin Barral, Daniel Rodriguez, Enrique Rodriguez, Romeo Rodriguez and Kyle Sielaff)
  • Play Jeopardy and Double Jeopardy for yourself
  • Final Jeopardy: This Marlins position player from 2013-2017 is getting ready for his second season with the Chiba Lotte Marines of Nippon Professional Baseball (Japan)

February 23, 2022

  • Livestream (contestants: Isaac Azout, Kevin Barral, Alex Carver, Kristian Cartelle, Daniel Rodriguez and John Rodriguez)
  • Play Jeopardy and Double Jeopardy for yourself
  • Final Jeopardy: This current big-league catcher was drafted by the Marlins in 2012 and played in their minor league system until they released him in 2018

March 2, 2022

  • Livestream (contestants: Kevin Barral, Alex Carver, Willy Garcia, Mike Picardi and Daniel Rodriguez)
  • Play Jeopardy and Double Jeopardy for yourself
  • Final Jeopardy: This new addition to Don Mattingly’s staff spent the previous 9 seasons coaching in the New York Yankees organization

March 9, 2022

  • Livestream (contestants: Daniel Álvarez, Isaac Azout, Jack Azout, Alex Carver and Daniel Rodriguez)
  • Play Jeopardy and Double Jeopardy for yourself
  • Final Jeopardy: The only year in Marlins history that the team played its Opening Day game on a Wednesday