Dissecting the most recent Marlins campaign from every angle.
Even though the 22-year-old shortstop didn’t have the season he probably wanted, he’s still among the most intriguing prospects in the organization.
Lewis Brinson had another rollercoaster season, but performed better this year than in any of his prior campaigns.
The 29-year-old slugger had a great season for the Marlins in 2020 and will face the challenge to replicate that in 2021.
Despite his lack of top prospect pedigree, Castano transitioned well to the majors for a Marlins team that was desperate for an innings-eater.
Díaz was all-glove, no-bat during his brief stints on the Marlins active roster.
What did we learn from Wallach’s brief yet impactful stint as the Marlins’ main catcher?
Marlins catcher Jorge Alfaro endured some woes despite the team making it to the postseason for the first time in 17 years.
Ureña’s 12th professional season in the Marlins organization was his most frustrating.
Pablo López was one of the most interesting pitchers to watch for the Marlins in 2020. How did he become a better hurler? Let’s take a look.
For a Marlins team riddled with adversity in 2020, Brian Anderson’s continued success signaled a possible changing of the narrative surrounding this current rebuild.
Even though Dickerson had his ups, the 31-year-old outfielder failed to impress in his first year as a Marlin. He now has a second chance.
The 22-year-old Dominican impressed in his first year in the Majors, but he’s not yet established as one of the frontline starters in the rotation.
The 25-year-old was one of the most surprising pitchers for the Marlins in 2020, but has lots of work to do to make it sustainable.
Smith’s versatility was a huge help to an undermanned Marlins pitching staff, but he wasn’t as trustworthy down the stretch.
The 25-year-old righty didn’t stop improving even after having COVID-19. His 2020 numbers are encouraging for the Marlins going forward, but let’s take a look.
Jon Berti’s speed and versatility sustained him until he found a regular starting spot where he settled in and produced.
It wasn’t always pretty, but Kintzler got great results as Miami’s closer.
Activated as an emergency COVID reinforcement, Vincent ultimately found a regular role with the team.
The Marlins gambled on Boxberger’s mid-career reinvention and it paid off.
After signing as a free agent with the Marlins, García thrived as a late-inning weapon for Don Mattingly out of the bullpen.
Jesús Aguilar ended up being one of the Marlins’ surprises during the shortened 60-game season, providing power, consistency, and a strong presence in the middle of the lineup.
Given a 1-year deal, the veteran proved he still has something left in the tank.
Hoyt emerged as a remarkably consistent reliever for a Marlins team that desperately needed one.
Sierra has an extremely unique skill set, but the jury’s still out on whether or not he can hold down a steady major league job.
Cervelli won a World Series ring with the 2009 Yankees, then moved to the National League where he blossomed into an excellent major league catcher.