Miami Marlins Starting Lineup 10/20/21 Marlins Lineup

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At the bottom of professional baseball geographically, is the City of Miami. Ironically, at the bottom of the standings in the National League are the Marlins who play their home games in this South Florida sunshine Mecca. Miami does not have an imposing lineup heading to the plate in 2020, and they are equally short on pitching. They play a bulk percentage of their games against divisional opponents, all of which may have at least a slim shot at the NL crown.

No bat in the lineup has a projected slugging percentage over .500. They lack power and have a single player who poses a threat on the base paths. If poor hitting doesn't doom the Marlins to the NL East cellar again, barely average pitching will.

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Marlins Starting Lineup

1. M. Rojas , (R), SS
2. J. Chisholm , (L), 2B
3. L. Brinson , (R), LF
4. J. Sanchez , (L), RF
5. N. Fortes , (R), C
6. L. Diaz , (L), 1B
7. E. Alvarez , (S), 3B
8. M. Sierra , (L), CF
Pos Pitcher Rating GS Record IP Batters Faced Hits Runs ER HR Allowed BB SO K% BB% WHIP BABIP
P Sandy Alcantara S. Alcantara (R)
87
32 9-14 66.2 814 166 81 69 20 49 195 .680% .060% 1.07 .272
Pos Hitter
SS Miguel Rojas M. Rojas (R)
2B Jazz Chisholm J. Chisholm (L)
LF Lewis Brinson L. Brinson (R)
RF Jesus Sanchez J. Sanchez (L)
C Nick Fortes N. Fortes (R)
1B Lewin Diaz L. Diaz (L)
3B Eddy Alvarez E. Alvarez (S)
CF Magneuris Sierra M. Sierra (L)
Pos Hitter Rating Order G PA Hits 1B 2B 3B HR RBI Runs SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS
SS Miguel Rojas M. Rojas (R)
80
1 129 530 129 87 30 3 9 48 65 13 3 .265 .321 .394 .716
2B Jazz Chisholm J. Chisholm (L)
79
2 120 490 112 71 20 4 17 49 68 23 8 .250 .305 .426 .732
LF Lewis Brinson L. Brinson (R)
73
3 85 278 59 37 14 0 8 31 23 1 1 .225 .264 .370 .634
RF Jesus Sanchez J. Sanchez (L)
85
4 63 249 56 32 8 2 14 36 27 0 1 .249 .317 .489 .806
C Nick Fortes N. Fortes (R)
98
5 10 26 8 5 0 0 3 5 4 1 0 .348 .423 .739 1.162
1B Lewin Diaz L. Diaz (L)
75
6 36 112 23 11 3 1 8 13 16 0 0 .215 .250 .486 .736
3B Eddy Alvarez E. Alvarez (S)
67
7 20 59 9 4 4 0 1 5 6 0 0 .173 .271 .308 .579
CF Magneuris Sierra M. Sierra (L)
66
8 120 216 46 39 6 1 0 5 27 11 0 .230 .284 .270 .554

Most Common Marlins Lineups

6 Games Game
1. Jazz Chisholm
2. Starling Marte
3. Jesus Aguilar
4. Adam Duvall
5. Miguel Rojas
6. Jesus Sanchez
7. Jorge Alfaro
8. Jon Berti
3 Games Game
1. Jazz Chisholm
2. Bryan De La Cruz
3. Jesus Sanchez
4. Lewis Brinson
5. Lewin Diaz
6. Nick Fortes
7. Joe Panik
8. Eddy Alvarez
9. Alex Jackson
3 Games Game
1. Jazz Chisholm
2. Jesus Aguilar
3. Jesus Sanchez
4. Lewis Brinson
5. Brian Anderson
6. Isan Diaz
7. Jorge Alfaro
8. Bryan De La Cruz
3 Games Game
1. Miguel Rojas
2. Jazz Chisholm
3. Jesus Aguilar
4. Lewis Brinson
5. Brian Anderson
6. Jorge Alfaro
7. Bryan De La Cruz
8. Alex Jackson
3 Games Game
1. Jazz Chisholm
2. Starling Marte
3. Garrett Cooper
4. Jesus Aguilar
5. Miguel Rojas
6. Jesus Sanchez
7. Jorge Alfaro
8. Jon Berti
3 Games Game
1. Corey Dickerson
2. Starling Marte
3. Jesus Aguilar
4. Adam Duvall
5. Brian Anderson
6. Jazz Chisholm
7. Miguel Rojas
8. Jorge Alfaro
9. Garrett Cooper

2021 Recent Marlins Lineups

Game Score Starting Pitcher 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
9/30 @ NYM L 3-12 Rich Hill R. Hill (L), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND Miguel Rojas M. Rojas Jazz Chisholm J. Chisholm Lewis Brinson L. Brinson Jesus Sanchez J. Sanchez Nick Fortes N. Fortes Lewin Diaz L. Diaz Eddy Alvarez E. Alvarez Magneuris Sierra M. Sierra
9/29 @ NYM W 3-2 Taijuan Walker T. Walker (R), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND Miguel Rojas M. Rojas Jazz Chisholm J. Chisholm Bryan De La Cruz B. D. L. Cruz Jesus Sanchez J. Sanchez Lewin Diaz L. Diaz Lewis Brinson L. Brinson Eddy Alvarez E. Alvarez Alex Jackson A. Jackson
9/28 @ NYM L 1-2 Noah Syndergaard N. Syndergaard (R), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND Jazz Chisholm J. Chisholm Bryan De La Cruz B. D. L. Cruz Jesus Sanchez J. Sanchez Lewis Brinson L. Brinson Lewin Diaz L. Diaz Nick Fortes N. Fortes Joe Panik J. Panik Eddy Alvarez E. Alvarez Alex Jackson A. Jackson
9/28 @ NYM L 2-5 Marcus Stroman M. Stroman (R), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND Jazz Chisholm J. Chisholm Bryan De La Cruz B. D. L. Cruz Jesus Sanchez J. Sanchez Lewis Brinson L. Brinson Lewin Diaz L. Diaz Nick Fortes N. Fortes Joe Panik J. Panik Eddy Alvarez E. Alvarez Alex Jackson A. Jackson
9/26 @ TB L 2-3 Shane Baz S. Baz (R), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND Jazz Chisholm J. Chisholm Bryan De La Cruz B. D. L. Cruz Jesus Sanchez J. Sanchez Lewis Brinson L. Brinson Lewin Diaz L. Diaz Nick Fortes N. Fortes Joe Panik J. Panik Eddy Alvarez E. Alvarez Alex Jackson A. Jackson

Miami Marlins FAQ

Miami does not have as bad of a lineup as some might believe. While they are likely headed for the last-place finish, the offense should be able to be league average with some upside. Jonathan Villar is a nice speed threat who still has some pop as well. Brian Anderson and Garrett Cooper are both names to watch, as they can put up solid numbers for 2020. Miami brought in power bat Jesus Aguilar, who will DH given the new rules for this season. Corey Dickerson is yet another name to keep an eye on as he has been an underrated left-handed bat floating around the National League over the last few seasons. Jorge Alfaro will be the everyday catcher and hit towards the bottom of the lineup.

Is Jazz Chisholm Starting For Miami In 2020?

Jazz Chisholm is the top prospect in the Miami system, but he has an ETA of 2021 and is still off the major league roster. Chisholm is likely a year away still and then will take over the starting shortstop role.

Who Is The DH For Miami Marlins?

Jesus Aguilar and Garrett Cooper are going to rotate between first base and DH. With the new DH rule, this opens up regular playing time for both of them and gives the Marlins options off the bench.

Who Is The Youngest Starter On The Marlins?

The youngest starter on the Marlins is Isan Diaz, who is 24 years old. He is the youngest hitter currently on the roster and a name they will be looking to build into the future. Diaz was drafted in the second round back in 2014.

What Is The Best Marlins Lineup Of All-Time?

The 1997 and 2003 Marlins both could be right here, and both teams actually finished second int he division. You had names like Gary Sheffield, Ivan Rodriguez, Mike Lowell, and Josh Beckett as key players.

What Is The Worst Marlins Lineup Of All-Time?

The 1997 Marlins won just 33% of their games that year, scoring 667 runs. They also allowed over 900 runs as the pitching staff completely collapsed. The 2019 team was also not that far off.

Who Has Played The Most Games For The Marlins?

Luis Castillo played from 1996 to 2005 for the Marlins. He played in 1,128 games and which is the most in team history. He had over 1,200 hits in his time there but didn't hit for any power. He also stole over 250 bases.