The Marlins hope their latest top pick can avoid the injury bug.
Our Midseason Top 100 includes 2017 draftees for the first time.
Top 100 MLB Prospects is led by our reigning Minor League Player of the Year.
The No. 7 overall pick last June faced the 40th overall pick.
Last year's No. 3 overall pick struck out seven against Greensboro.
Marlins first-rounder will take the ball against Braves lefthander Joey Wentz.
Instead of Nashville, Braxton Garrett and Thomas Jones signed with Marlins
The game’s top lefthander is a considered a No. 3 starter type in Josh Hader
The 2017 Top 100 Prospects, led by Boston's Andrew Benintendi
Top prospects such as James Kaprielian are trying to regain health
No. 1 pick Braxton Garrett moves right to the top of the Marlins' top prospects
Braxton Garrett finally got to face pro batters at instructional league
The Marlins were comfortable trading Josh Naylor knowing they still had Isael So[...]
Braxton Garrett’s pitchability could allow him to move quickly
We put the final bow on the 2016 draft with our annual team-by-team review
We take a look at how the first-rounders performed in their pro debuts
How the first-round picks in the 2016 draft have fared so far
The 2016 draft set a record low for unsigned picks in the first 10 rounds
As Marlins sign Garrett, Pirates' Lodolo likely to be highest unsigned pick
Which 2016 draftees would have made the Midseason Top 100?
Pitching is the strength reflected in this year's High School All-America teams
Which 2016 draft pick immediately becomes his team's No. 1 prospect?
The Marlins feel Braxton Garrett is advanced despite his youth
Two scouts called it the most unpredictable first round they can remember