The Marlins took a sensible, straightforward approach to this year’s draft, playing to the organization’s pitching strengths while blending floor and ceiling.
The tooled-up 2019 draftee just enjoyed a red-hot August—could it be the start of something bigger?
Introducing many of the new Marlins prospects who joined the organization in recent weeks.
The 24-year-old owned a .324/.362/.518 slash line for Triple-A Sugar Land prior to Wednesday’s trade
The Fish were able to execute their plan to a T, coming away with a very popular class.
Mock picks, and long-winded explanations for slots 16 and 31
With the amateur draft only a few days away, here’s everything you need to know about Miami’s approach.
Blue Wahoos backstop Nick Fortes is swinging a hotter bat than he has in years, and there’s reason to believe the trend could continue.