Miami Marlins Depth Chart 2021 Marlins Depth Chart

44-58, 5th in NL East

vs NYY

11:10 pm GMT , 7/30

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After gutting their roster, the Miami Marlins have failed to recover. Derek Jeter’s job of making the Marlins even average is a tough ask right now. Starting with the offense, their infield has a few notable names who landed with them over the offseason. Jesus Aguilar is a big power bat, but does not hit for a high average. Brian Anderson is one of the better hitters that they have, but there isn’t a lot of production around him. Adding Jonathan Villar and Corey Dickerson will certainly help for the 2020 season, but after that there are bigger questions. Now the Miami rotation might be decent, as names like Caleb Smith and Sandy Alcantara are the top two arms in the rotation. However shipping Zac Gallen to Arizona was not a great move for the Marlins. Don’t be surprised if you see a lot more moves throughout this season and next.

Miami Marlins Depth Chart