Kameron Misner Eschews The Family Tradition
Kameron Misner flirted with football, the family tradition, in high school but found his footing as a power-speed outfielder.
Evan Fitterer Exudes A Quiet Confidence
Fitterer may not be demonstrative on the mound, but the 2019 fifth-rounder out of high school does throws his wide repertoire with conviction.
Marlins Catch Chris Mokma In 12th Round
The Michigan prep righthander not only has the stuff to succeed but also a team-first mentality and drive to win.
Sterling Sharp Sees Sunnier 2020
The Rule 5 righthander could benefit from a change of scenery after an injury-marred 2019 season that at least ended on a high note.
Lewin Diaz Sees Opportunity In Miami
The 6-foot-4 first baseman impressed the Marlins with his power and fluid defensive play after arriving in a July trade.
Jazz Chisholm Finds New Life With Marlins
A season of upheaval for Chisholm results in him being traded and then seeing his homeland devastated by Hurricane Dorian.
'Intense' Peyton Burdick Shines In Debut
Overlooked in high school, Burdick hit his stride at Wright State and authored a loud pro debut this year after the Marlins drafted him in third round.
Isan Diaz: Marlins 2019 Minor League Player Of The Year
Following a breakthrough season at Triple-A, Diaz homered off the reigning Cy Young Award winner in his big league debut.
No Moment Is Too Big For Sixto Sanchez
The Marlins' top prospect has the desired combination of elite stuff and fearlessness on the mound to profile as an impact major league starter.
A Healthy Jordan Holloway Eyes Promotion
Though stationed at high Class A, Holloway could be much closer to the big leagues than he appears.