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Marlins Season Review

Dissecting the most recent Marlins campaign from every angle.

2020 Marlins Season Review: Jazz Chisholm

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.

2020 Marlins Season Review: Lewis Brinson

Lewis Brinson had another rollercoaster season, but performed better this year than in any of his prior campaigns.

2020 Marlins Season in Review: Garrett Cooper

The 29-year-old slugger had a great season for the Marlins in 2020 and will face the challenge to replicate that in 2021.

2020 Marlins Season Review: Daniel Castano

Despite his lack of top prospect pedigree, Castano transitioned well to the majors for a Marlins team that was desperate for an innings-eater.

2020 Marlins Season Review: Lewin Díaz

Díaz was all-glove, no-bat during his brief stints on the Marlins active roster.

2020 Marlins Season Review: Chad Wallach

What did we learn from Wallach’s brief yet impactful stint as the Marlins’ main catcher?

2020 Marlins Season Review: Jorge Alfaro

Marlins catcher Jorge Alfaro endured some woes despite the team making it to the postseason for the first time in 17 years.

2020 Marlins Season Review: José Ureña

Ureña’s 12th professional season in the Marlins organization was his most frustrating.

2020 Marlins Season Review: Pablo López

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.

2020 Marlins Season Review: Brian Anderson

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.

2020 Marlins Season Review: Corey Dickerson

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.

2020 Marlins Season Review: Sixto Sánchez

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.

2020 Marlins Season Review: Elieser Hernández

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.

2020 Marlins Season Review: Josh A. Smith

Smith’s versatility was a huge help to an undermanned Marlins pitching staff, but he wasn’t as trustworthy down the stretch.

2020 Marlins Season Review: Sandy Alcántara

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.

2020 Marlins Season Review: Jon Berti

Jon Berti’s speed and versatility sustained him until he found a regular starting spot where he settled in and produced.

2020 Marlins Season Review: Brandon Kintzler

It wasn’t always pretty, but Kintzler got great results as Miami’s closer.

2020 Marlins Season Review: Nick Vincent

Activated as an emergency COVID reinforcement, Vincent ultimately found a regular role with the team.

2020 Marlins Season Review: Brad Boxberger

The Marlins gambled on Boxberger’s mid-career reinvention and it paid off.

2020 Marlins Season Review: Yimi García

After signing as a free agent with the Marlins, García thrived as a late-inning weapon for Don Mattingly out of the bullpen.

2020 Marlins Season Review: Jesús Aguilar

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.

2020 Marlins Season Review: Matt Joyce

Given a 1-year deal, the veteran proved he still has something left in the tank.

2020 Marlins Season Review: Miguel Rojas

2020 Marlins Season Review: James Hoyt

Hoyt emerged as a remarkably consistent reliever for a Marlins team that desperately needed one.

2020 Marlins Season Review: Magneuris Sierra

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.

Francisco Cervelli announces retirement

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.