Miami Marlins minor league players

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Below is a partial list of minor league baseball players in the Miami Marlins system:

Bryson Brigman[edit]

Bryson Brigman
Miami Marlins
Shortstop
Born: (1995-06-19) June 19, 1995 (age 24)
San Jose, California
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Bryson Michael Brigman (born June 19, 1995) is an American professional baseball shortstop in the Miami Marlins organization.

Brigman graduated from Valley Christian High School in San Jose, California in 2014.[1] He was drafted by the Oakland Athletics in the 40th round of the 2014 MLB draft,[2] but did not sign and instead chose to enroll at the University of San Diego where he played college baseball for the San Diego Toreros.[3] As a freshman at USD in 2015, he slashed .339/.395/.436 with two home runs and 28 RBIs in 55 games and was named the West Coast Conference Freshman of the Year.[4] In 2016, as a sophomore, he missed nine games due to a sports hernia,[5] but still played in 47 games, hitting .372 with 22 RBIs and 17 stolen bases.[6] After his sophomore year, he was drafted by the Seattle Mariners in the third round (87th overall) of the 2016 MLB draft,[7] and signed for $700,000.[8]

After signing, Brigman made his professional debut with the Everett AquaSox where hit hit .260 with 19 RBIs and 17 stolen bases in 68 games. He spent 2017 with the Clinton LumberKings where he batted .235 with two home runs, 36 RBIs, and 16 stolen bases in 120 games,[9] and he began 2018 with the Modesto Nuts,[10] with whom he was named a California League All-Star.[11]

On July 31, 2018, Brigman (along with international pool money) was traded to the Miami Marlins in exchange for Cameron Maybin.[12] He was assigned to the Jupiter Hammerheads and was promoted to the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp in late August. In 127 total games played between Modesto, Jupiter, and Jacksonville, he slashed .310/.370/.395 with three home runs, 49 RBIs, and 21 stolen bases. Brigman returned to Jacksonville to begin 2019.[13]

Daniel Castano[edit]

Daniel Castano
Miami Marlins
Pitcher
Born: (1994-09-17) September 17, 1994 (age 24)
Orlando, Florida
Bats: Left Throws: Left

Daniel Alexander Castano (born September 17, 1994) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the Miami Marlins organization.

Castano attended Lake Travis High School in Austin, Texas. During his senior year, he posted a 6-3 record with a 1.03 ERA over 67.2 innings over 11 appearances. He was also named District MVP along with Team MVP.[14] After graduating from Lake Travis, Castano enrolled at Baylor University where he played three years of college baseball for the Baylor Bears. In 2016, his junior year, he pitched to a 4-5 record with a 4.64 ERA in 14 games started.[15] After the season, he was selected by the St. Louis Cardinals in the 19th round of the 2016 Major League Baseball draft.[16] He signed with St. Louis and was assigned to the Johnson City Cardinals.

Castano spent all of 2016, his first professional season, with Johnson City, posting a 6.19 ERA along with a 2-5 record in 12 games (11 starts). In 2017, he played for the State College Spikes, where he greatly improved, pitching to a 9-3 record and a 2.57 ERA over 14 starts,[17] earning New York-Penn League All-Star honors.[18]

On December 13, 2017, Castano was traded to the Miami Marlins (along with Sandy Alcántara, Magneuris Sierra and Zac Gallen) in exchange for outfielder Marcell Ozuna. He began the 2018 season with the Jupiter Hammerheads, and also spent time with the Gulf Coast Marlins and the Greensboro Grasshoppers during the year. Over 24 games (23 starts) between the three teams, he went 9-12 with a 3.93 ERA.[19] He returned to Jupiter to begin 2019[20] and was promoted to the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp in May.

Jazz Chisholm[edit]

Jazz Chisholm
Miami Marlins
Shortstop
Born: (1998-02-01) February 1, 1998 (age 21)
Nassau, Bahamas
Bats: Left Throws: Right

Jasrado "Jazz" Hermis Arrington Chisholm (born February 1, 1998) is a Bahamian professional baseball shortstop in the Miami Marlins organization.

Chisholm signed with the Arizona Diamondbacks as an international free agent in July 2015.[21] He made his professional debut in 2016 with the Missoula Osprey and spent the whole season there, batting .281 with nine home runs and 37 RBIs along with 13 stolen bases in 62 games.[22][23] Chisholm played for the Great Britain national team during the 2017 World Baseball Classic Qualifiers.[24] Chisholm spent 2017 with the Kane County Cougars, but was limited due to injury. In 29 games for Kane County he posted a .248 average with a home run and 12 RBIs.[25] He began 2018 with Kane County and was promoted to the Visalia Rawhide in July. In 112 games between both teams, he batted .272 with 25 home runs and 70 RBIs.[26]

Chisholm began 2019 with the Jackson Generals.[27]

On July 31, 2019, the Diamondbacks traded Chisholm to the Marlins for Zac Gallen.[28]

José Devers[edit]

José Devers
Miami Marlins
Shortstop
Born: (1999-12-07) December 7, 1999 (age 19)
Samaná, Dominican Republic
Bats: Left Throws: Right

José Devers (born December 7, 1999) is a Dominican professional baseball shortstop in the Miami Marlins organization.

Devers was signed as an international free agent by the New York Yankees in 2016.[29] He made his professional debut in 2017, playing for both the Dominican Summer League Yankees and the Gulf Coast League Yankees, posting a combined .245 batting average with one home run, 16 RBIs and 16 stolen bases in 53 games between both teams.[30]

On December 11, 2017, Devers was traded to the Miami Marlins (along with Starlin Castro and Jorge Guzmán) in exchange for outfielder Giancarlo Stanton and cash considerations.[31] He spent 2018 with the Greensboro Grasshoppers, batting .273 with 24 RBIs in 85 games.[32] He also played in two games for the Jupiter Hammerheads during the season. Devers returned to Jupiter to begin 2019.[33]

Devers' cousin, Rafael Devers, is also a professional baseball player.

Lewin Díaz[edit]

Lewin Díaz
Miami Marlins
First Baseman
Born: (1996-11-19) November 19, 1996 (age 22)
Santiago, Dominican Republic
Bats: Left Throws: Left

Lewin José Díaz (born November 19, 1996) is a Dominican professional baseball first baseman in the Miami Marlins organization.

Díaz signed with the Minnesota Twins as an international free agent on November 21, 2013.[34] He played for the DSL Twins in 2014, hitting .257/.385/.451/.836 with 5 home runs and 27 RBI.[35] He split the 2015 season between the GCL Twins and the Elizabethton Twins, hitting a combined .233/.322/.371/.693 with 4 home runs and 20 RBI.[35] He returned to Elizabethton in 2016, and hit .310/.353/.575/.928 with 9 home runs and 37 RBI.[35] He played for the Cedar Rapids Kernels in 2017, hitting .292/.329/.444/.773 with 12 home runs and 68 RBI. He spent the 2018 season with the Fort Myers Miracle, hitting .224/.255/.344/.599 with 6 home runs and 38 RBI.[35] He opened the 2019 season back with Fort Myers, before being promoted to the Pensacola Blue Wahoos on June 19. With them, he hit a combined .294/.336/.553/.889 with 19 home runs and 62 RBI.[36]

On July 27, 2019, Díaz was traded to the Miami Marlins in exchange for Sergio Romo, Chris Vallimont, and a PTBNL.[37][38] He was assigned to the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp following the trade.[37]

Joe Dunand[edit]

Joe Dunand
Miami Marlins
Shortstop
Born: (1995-09-20) September 20, 1995 (age 23)
Miami, Florida
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Joseph Alexander Dunand Jr. (born September 20, 1995) is an American professional baseball shortstop for the Miami Marlins organization.

Dunand attended Gulliver Preparatory School in Miami, Florida. After his senior year, he was drafted by the Cleveland Indians in the 35th round of the 2014 MLB draft.[39] He did not sign, instead enrolling at North Carolina State University. He played college baseball as a shortstop for the NC State Wolfpack. In 2017, his junior year, he hit .289 with 16 home runs.[40] The Miami Marlins selected Dunand with the 51st overall selection of the 2017 MLB draft.[41] Dunand signed with the Marlins, receiving a $1.2 million signing bonus.[42] He made his professional debut that year and spent his first professional season with both the Jupiter Hammerheads and the GCL Marlins, slashing .370/.471/.667 with one home run and five doubles in eight games between the two teams.[43]

Dunand began 2018 with Jupiter. After batting .263 with seven home runs and 42 RBIs in 66 games, he was promoted to the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp.[44] He finished the year with Jacksonville, hitting .212 with seven home runs and 28 RBIs in 61 games.[45] He returned to Jacksonville to begin 2019.[46]

Dunand's uncle is Alex Rodriguez.[47][48]

Julián Fernández[edit]

Julián Fernández
Miami Marlins – No. 59
Pitcher
Born: (1995-12-05) December 5, 1995 (age 23)
Boca Chica, Dominican Republic
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Julián Antonio Fernández (born December 5, 1995) is a Dominican professional baseball pitcher for the Miami Marlins of Major League Baseball.

Fernández signed with the Colorado Rockies in 2012 as an international free agent. He made his professional debut in 2013 with the Rookie-level DSL Rockies where he compiled a 1-1 record and 7.94 ERA in ten games. In 2014, he returned to the DSL, posting a 1-0 record and 5.60 ERA in 18 relief appearances, and in 2015, he split time between the DSL and the Rookie-level Grand Junction Rockies, pitching to a combined 3-2 record, 3.55 ERA and 1.11 WHIP in 28 total games between the two clubs. He spent 2016 with the Class A Short Season Boise Hawks, going 1-2 with a 1.17 ERA in 21 appearances out of the bullpen. His 2017 season was spent with the Class A Asheville Tourists, posting a 1-2 record and 3.26 ERA with 57 strikeouts in 51 games.[49]

The San Francisco Giants selected Fernández from the Colorado Rockies organization with the second pick in the 2017 Rule 5 draft.[50] He underwent Tommy John Surgery and missed the 2018 season. On November 19, 2018, Fernández was claimed off waivers by the Miami Marlins.[51] Fernández opened the 2019 season on the 60-day injured list as he recovers from Tommy John surgery.[52] He will maintain his Rule 5 pick status through the 2019 season.[52]

Jordan Guerrero[edit]

Jordan Guerrero
Miami Marlins
Pitcher
Born: (1994-05-31) May 31, 1994 (age 25)
Oxnard, California
Bats: Left Throws: Left

Jordan Andrew Guerrero (born May 31, 1994) is an American professional baseball starting pitcher in the Miami Marlins organization.

Guerrero attended Moorpark High School in Moorpark, California, where he played for the school's baseball team. He committed to attend Yavapai College to play college baseball, and graduated from Moorpark in 2012. The Chicago White Sox selected him in the 15th round, with the 471st overall selection, of the 2012 Major League Baseball draft.[53] Guerrero signed with the White Sox rather than attend college.

Guerrero pitched nine innings for the Bristol White Sox in 2012 after he signed, giving up three earned. He returned to Bristol in 2013, but was shut down with shoulder tendinitis after five games and missed the remainder of the season.[54] In 2014, he pitched for the Kannapolis Intimidators as a relief pitcher, so that the White Sox could lessen his workload.[55] In 27 games (nine starts) for Kannapolis he pitched to a 6-2 record and 3.46 ERA. He returned to starting in 2015 with Kannapolis[54] before receiving a mid-season promotion to the Winston-Salem Dash.[56] In 25 starts between the two teams he was 13-4 with a 3.08 ERA and 1.04 WHIP. Guerrero spent 2016 with the Birmingham Barons where he posted a 7-8 record and 4.83 ERA in 25 starts, and he returned to Birmingham in 2017, going 7-12 with a 4.18 ERA in another 25 starts.[57] He began 2018 back with Birmingham, and was later promoted to the Triple-A Charlotte Knights, where he recorded a 7-2 record and 3.46 ERA in 12 starts. In 2019, pitching for the Charlotte Knights, Guerrero struggled to a 3-7 record with a 7.27 ERA, leading to his release on July 23, 2019.

On July 28, 2019, Guerrero signed a minor league deal with the Miami Marlins and was assigned to the Double-A Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp.

Joe Gunkel[edit]

Joe Gunkel
Miami Marlins
Pitcher
Born: (1991-12-30) December 30, 1991 (age 27)
Boynton Beach, Florida
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Joseph Dillon Gunkel (born December 30, 1991) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the Miami Marlins organization.

Gunkel was the MVP of the NCAA Division II College World Series in 2012. He was drafted by the Boston Red Sox in the 18th round of the 2013 draft.

Gunkel signed and made his professional debut with the GCL Red Sox, and after one scoreless appearance, was promoted to the Lowell Spinners, where he finished the season, posting a 3-0 record and 1.35 ERA in 14 relief appearances. In 2014, he pitched for both the Greenville Drive and Salem Red Sox, compiling a combined 6-5 record and 3.47 ERA in 103.2 total innings between both teams. He began 2015 with Salem and was later promoted to the Portland Sea Dogs.

Gunkel was traded to the Baltimore Orioles in June 2015 for Alejandro De Aza. Baltimore assigned him to the Bowie Baysox and he finished the season there. In 29 total games (22 starts) between Salem, Portland, and Bowie, he was 11-6 with a 2.68 ERA and 1.06 WHIP. He spent 2016 with Bowie and the Norfolk Tides, pitching to a combined 8-14 record and 4.02 ERA in 28 total starts. The Orioles added Gunkel to their 40-man roster after the 2016 season,[58] and designated him for assignment on April 7, 2017.[59]

Gunkel was traded to the Los Angeles Dodgers on April 10, 2017, for a player to be named later or cash considerations.[60] He played in three games for the Oklahoma City Dodgers before the Dodgers designated him for assignment on April 25.[61]

Gunkel was claimed off waivers by the Miami Marlins on April 27, 2017.[62] Miami assigned him to the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp and he spent the remainder of the 2017 season there, collecting a 6-10 record and 4.92 ERA in 24 games (21 starts).[63] In 2018, he played for the New Orleans Baby Cakes where he went 1-1 with a 3.03 ERA in 65.1 innings pitched, mainly in relief.[64]

He was assigned to AAA New Orleans Baby Cakes to start the 2019 season.


Jorge Guzmán[edit]

Jorge Guzmán
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Guzmán with the Staten Island Yankees
Miami Marlins
Pitcher
Born: (1996-01-28) January 28, 1996 (age 23)
Las Matas de Santa Cruz, Dominican Republic
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Jorge Guzmán Florentino (born January 28, 1996) is a Dominican professional baseball pitcher in the Miami Marlins organization.

Guzmán signed with the Houston Astros as an international free agent in June 2014.[65] He made his professional debut in 2015 with the Dominican Summer League Astros and also played for the Gulf Coast Astros that season, posting a combined 5.04 ERA in 55.1 innings pitched between both teams. In 2016, he played for the Gulf Coast Astros and Greeneville Astros and pitched to a combined 3-4 record and 4.05 ERA with 54 strikeouts in 40 innings pitched between both clubs.

On November 17, 2016, Guzmán was traded from the Astros, along with Albert Abreu, to the New York Yankees for Brian McCann.[66][67] He spent the 2017 season with the Staten Island Yankees[68] where he posted a 5-3 record and 2.30 ERA in 13 games started.[69]

On December 11, 2017, Guzmán was traded to the Miami Marlins (along with Starlin Castro and José Devers) in exchange for outfielder Giancarlo Stanton and cash considerations.[31] He spent the 2018 season with the Jupiter Hammerheads, going 0-9 with a 4.03 ERA in 21 starts.[70]

The Marlins added Guzmán to their 40-man roster after the season.[71] He began 2019 with the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp.[72]

Jordan Holloway[edit]

Jordan Holloway
Miami Marlins
Pitcher
Born: (1996-06-13) June 13, 1996 (age 23)
Arvada, Colorado
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Jordan Lee Holloway (born June 13, 1996) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the Miami Marlins organization.

Holloway attended Ralston Valley High School in Arvada, Colorado. As a senior, he went 6-1 with a 2.60 ERA with fifty strikeouts in 43 innings, earning himself a spot on the Denver Post All-Colorado team.[73][74] After his senior year, he was drafted by the Miami Marlins in the 20th round of the 2014 MLB draft.[75] He signed with Miami, forgoing his commitment to play college baseball at the University of Nebraska Omaha.[76]

After signing, Holloway made his professional debut with the Gulf Coast League Marlins where he pitched to a 1-3 record with a 6.41 ERA in ten games (six starts). In 2015, he began the year with the Greensboro Grasshoppers before being reassigned to the Batavia Muckdogs, with whom he was named a New York-Penn League All-Star.[77] In 14 starts for Batavia, he went 5-6 with a 2.91 ERA. He spent 2016 with both Greensboro and Batavia, compiling a combined 2-7 record and 6.19 ERA over 13 starts between the two teams, and in 2017, he pitched for Greensboro where he went 1-2 with a 5.22 ERA in 11 starts,[78] In 2018, he pitched only ​7 23 innings due to injury.[79]

The Marlins added him to their 40-man roster after the 2018 season.[71] He began 2019 with the Jupiter Hammerheads[80] and earned Florida State League All-Star honors.[81]

Michael Mader[edit]

Michael Mader
Miami Marlins
Pitcher
Born: (1994-02-18) February 18, 1994 (age 25)
Houston, Texas
Bats: Left Throws: Left

Michael Christopher Mader (born February 18, 1994) is an American professional baseball pitcher for the Miami Marlins organization.

Mader attended Marianna High School in Marianna, Florida, and Chipola College. At Chipola, Mader was named the Panhandle Conference Pitcher of the Year as a freshman.[82]

The Miami Marlins selected Mader in the third round, with the 105th overall selection, of the 2014 MLB draft.[83] After signing with the Marlins, Mader played for the Batavia Muckdogs, and was named a midseason all-star.[82] In 12 starts for Batavia, he went 1-0 with a 2.00 ERA. Mader played for the Greensboro Grasshoppersin 2015[84] and compiled a 6-12 record with a 4.73 ERA in 27 starts. Mader began the 2016 season with the Jupiter Hammerheads.[85][86]

On August 6, 2016, the Marlins traded Mader and Anfernee Seymour to the Atlanta Braves for Hunter Cervenka.[87] The Braves assigned Mader to the Mississippi Braves.[88] In 27 total games (26 starts) between Jupiter and Mississippi, he pitched to a 7-9 record, 3.25 ERA, and a 1.23 WHIP. Mader returned to Mississippi in 2017 as a reliever and spent all season there, posting a 5-5 record and 4.18 ERA in 35 games, striking out 57 batters in 64.2 innings.[89] In 2018, he split time between Mississippi and the Gwinnett Stripers, pitching to a 7-4 record with a 3.71 ERA in 30 games (16 starts) between the two clubs.[90] He returned to Mississippi to begin 2019.

On April 26, 2019, Mader was released by the Braves.[91] In May 2019, he signed with the Marlins.[92]

Víctor Mesa Jr.[edit]

Víctor Mesa Jr.
Miami Marlins
Outfielder
Born: (2001-09-08) September 8, 2001 (age 17)
Havana, Cuba
Bats: Left Throws: Left

Víctor Mesa Jr. is a Cuban professional baseball outfielder for the Miami Marlins organization.

Mesa is the son of Víctor Mesa and the younger brother of Víctor Víctor Mesa. Mesa and his brother defected from Cuba in 2018.[93] After they were declared free agents, both Mesa brothers signed with the Marlins on October 22. Mesa received a $1 million signing bonus.[94]

Brian Miller[edit]

Brian Miller
Miami Marlins
Outfielder
Born: (1995-08-20) August 20, 1995 (age 23)
Raleigh, North Carolina
Bats: Left Throws: Right

Brian Christopher Miller (born August 20, 1995) is an American professional baseball outfielder for the Miami Marlins organization.

Miller attended Millbrook High School in Raleigh, North Carolina. He committed to play college baseball for the University of North Carolina at Asheville, but decommitted when the school's coach was fired. He enrolled at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and walked on to the North Carolina Tar Heels.[95] In 2017, his junior year, he hit .343 with seven home runs and 49 RBIs in 63 games. The Miami Marlins selected Miller with the 36th overall selection of the 2017 MLB draft.[96] Miller signed with the Marlins, receiving a $1,888,800 signing bonus.[42]

The Marlins assigned Miller to the Greensboro Grasshoppers where he posted a .322 batting average with one home run, 28 RBIs, and 21 stolen bases in 57 games.[97] He began 2018 with the Jupiter Hammerheads, with whom he was named a Florida State League All-Star,[98] before being promoted to the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp in June. In 128 games between both clubs, he batted .295/.338/.355 with 43 RBIs and forty stolen bases.[99] He returned to Jacksonville to begin 2019,[100] earning Southern League All-Star honors.[101]

McKenzie Mills[edit]

McKenzie Mills
Miami Marlins
Pitcher
Born: (1995-11-19) November 19, 1995 (age 23)
Marietta, Georgia
Bats: Left Throws: Left

McKenzie Valentine Mills (born November 19, 1995) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the Miami Marlins organization.

Drafted out of Sprayberry High School in the 18th round of the 2014 Major League Baseball draft by the Washington Nationals, Mills forewent college to sign a professional contract.[102] He signed with Washington and spent 2014 with the GCL Nationals where he went 1–2 with a 5.87 ERA in 23 innings pitched. In 2015, he played for the Nationals and the Auburn Doubledays, posting a combined 0–5 record and 7.27 ERA in 12 total games (eight starts) between the two teams, and in 2016, he returned to Auburn, pitching to a 4–5 record, 3.71 ERA and 1.33 WHIP in 12 starts. Mills began 2017 with the Hagerstown Suns and was named to the South Atlantic League's All-Star Game roster,[103] although he opted not to participate in the game.[104] Writing for MASN, Luke Erickson described the left-hander as enjoying a "breakout season" through the first half of the 2017 season,[105] as he posted a 2.31 ERA with 85 strikeouts and a 0.87 WHIP over 81⅔ innings as a starting pitcher through the end of June.[106][107]

The Nationals traded Mills to the Philadelphia Phillies on July 28, 2017, for Howie Kendrick.[108] Philadelphia assigned him to the Clearwater Threshers and he finished the season there. In 21 combined starts between Hagerstown and Clearwater, he collected a 12–3 record and 3.22 ERA with 134 strikeouts in 120 total innings pitched between both clubs.[109] He began 2018 with Clearwater.

The Phillies traded Mills to the Miami Marlins on August 10, 2018, for Justin Bour.[110] He was assigned to the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp and finished the season there. In 24 games (twenty starts) between Clearwater and Jacksonville, he was 2-8 with a 4.23 ERA.[111] He returned to Jacksonville to begin 2019.[112]

Nick Neidert[edit]

Nick Neidert
Miami Marlins
Pitcher
Born: (1996-11-20) November 20, 1996 (age 22)
Atlanta, Georgia
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Nicholas William Neidert (born November 20, 1996) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the Miami Marlins organization.

Neidert attended Peachtree Ridge High School in Suwanee, Georgia. He committed to play college baseball at the University of South Carolina.[113] He was drafted by the Seattle Mariners in the second round of the 2015 Major League Baseball draft.[114][115] He signed with the Mariners and made his professional debut with the Arizona League Mariners where he pitched to a 0-2 record and 1.53 ERA in 11 starts.

Neidert pitched in 2016 for the Clinton LumberKings, posting a 7-3 record with a 2.57 ERA in 19 starts. He spent 2017 with both the Modesto Nuts, with whom he was named a California League All-Star,[116][117][118] and the Arkansas Travelers, going a combined 11-6 with a 3.45 ERA in 25 starts between both teams.[119] He missed the final month of the season due to injury.

Neidert was traded to the Miami Marlins, along with Christopher Torres and Robert Dugger, for Dee Gordon and international slot money on December 7, 2017.[120] He spent 2018 with the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp, going 12-7 with a 3.24 ERA over 26 starts, earning Southern League All-Star honors.[121][122] He began the 2019 season with the New Orleans Baby Cakes. He was placed on the injured list with knee tendinitis in April.[123]

Cody Poteet[edit]

Cody Poteet
Miami Marlins
Pitcher
Born: (1994-07-30) July 30, 1994 (age 25)
San Diego, California
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Cody Austin Poteet (born July 30, 1994) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the Miami Marlins organization.

Poteet attended Christian High School in El Cajon, California. He was drafted by the Washington Nationals in the 27th round of the 2012 MLB draft, but chose to enroll at UCLA and play baseball for the Bruins instead of signing with the Nationals.[124] As a junior at UCLA, he appeared in 27 games (13 starts) and pitched to a 7-1 record with a 2.45 ERA; he was also second for the Bruins in strikeouts with 68 over ​73 13 innings.[125] After the year, he was drafted by the Miami Marlins in the fourth round of the 2015 MLB draft.[126]

Poteet signed with the Marlins for $488,700[127] and was assigned to the Batavia Muckdogs where he posted a 2.13 ERA in ​12 23 innings pitched. In 2016, he played for the Greensboro Grasshoppers where he started 24 games, pitching to a 4-9 record with a 2.91 ERA, and in 2017, he pitched with the Jupiter Hammerheads and posted a 3-7 record with a 4.16 ERA in 16 games (14 starts),[128] earning Florida State League All-Star honors.[129] In 2018, he played with both Jupiter and the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp, pitching to a combined 4-15 record and 4.98 ERA over 26 games (25 starts) between both teams.[130] He returned to Jacksonville to begin 2019,[131] where he was named a Southern League All-Star,[132] and was promoted to the New Orleans Baby Cakes in June.

Jesús Sánchez[edit]

Jesús Sánchez
Miami Marlins
Outfielder
Born: (1997-10-07) October 7, 1997 (age 21)
Higüey, Dominican Republic
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Jesús Sánchez (born October 7, 1997) is a Dominican professional baseball outfielder in the Miami Marlins organization.

Sánchez signed with the Tampa Bay Rays as an international free agent in June 2014.[133] He made his professional debut in 2015 with the Dominican Summer League Rays and spent the whole season there, slashing .335/.382/.498 with four home runs and 45 RBIs in 61 games. He played 2016 with the Gulf Coast Rays and Princeton Rays, compiling a combined .329 batting average with seven home runs, 39 RBIs, and a .900 OPS in 56 total games between the two teams, and 2017 with the Bowling Green Hot Rods[134] where he batted .305 with 15 home runs and 82 RBIs in 117 games.[135]

He began 2018 with the Charlotte Stone Crabs. He was named to the 2018 MLB Futures Game and played for the World team. Sanchez was also named the Charlotte Stone Crabs MVP for the 2018 season after batting .301/.331/.462 with ten home runs and 64 RBIs in ninety games.[58] He also played in 27 games for the Montgomery Biscuits at the end of the year, hitting .214.[136]

The Rays added Sánchez to their 40-man roster after the 2018 season.[137] He began 2019 with Montgomery.[138]

On July 31, 2019, Sánchez was traded to the Miami Marlins (along with Ryne Stanek) in exchange for Nick Anderson) and Trevor Richards.[139]

Anfernee Seymour[edit]

Anfernee Seymour
Miami Marlins
Shortstop
Born: (1995-06-24) June 24, 1995 (age 24)
Nassau, Bahamas
Bats: Switch Throws: Right

Anfernee J'Nero Seymour (born June 24, 1995) is a Bahamian professional baseball shortstop in the Miami Marlins organization.

Seymour attended American Heritage High School in Plantation, Florida. The Miami Marlins selected Seymour in the seventh round, with the 197th overall selection, of the 2014 MLB draft.[140]

In 2015, Seymour played for the Batavia Muckdogs of the Class A-Short Season New York-Penn League.[141] Seymour began the 2016 season with the Greensboro Grasshoppers of the Class A South Atlantic League.[142][143] While with the Grasshoppers, Seymour hit for a .252 batting average with 36 stolen bases.[144]

On August 6, 2016, the Marlins traded Seymour and Michael Mader to the Atlanta Braves for Hunter Cervenka.[145][146] Seymour finished 2016 with the Rome Braves and ended the 2016 season batting .257 with 43 stolen bases.[147] He started the 2017 season in Rome before a promotion to the Florida Fire Frogs in May.[148][149] At the Class A Advanced level, Seymour hit .280/.341/.358 in 82 games.[150] At the end of the 2017 minor league season, Seymour was assigned to the Peoria Javelinas. However, Seymour was suspended and removed from the team's roster before the Arizona Fall League began play.[151] Seymour began 2018 with Florida but was released from the Braves organization on May 6, 2018.[152]

On May 10, 2018, Seymour signed a minor league contract with the Miami Marlins and was assigned to the Jupiter Hammerheads.[153] In June he was promoted to the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp.[154] In 100 games between Florida, Jupiter and Jacksonville, he hit .257 with four home runs, 35 RBIs, and 24 stolen bases.[155] He returned to Jacksonville to begin 2019.[156]

Will Stewart[edit]

Will Stewart
Miami Marlins
Pitcher
Born: (1997-07-14) July 14, 1997 (age 22)
Huntsville, Alabama
Bats: Left Throws: Left

William A. Stewart (born July 14, 1997) is an American professional baseball pitcher for the Miami Marlins organization.

Stewart attended Hazel Green High School in Hazel Green, Alabama. The Philadelphia Phillies selected Stewart in the 20th round, with the 694th overall selection, of the 2015 MLB draft.[157] He signed with the Phillies, forgoing his committment to play college baseball at Wallace State Community College.[158]

After signing, Stewart was assigned to the Gulf Coast League Phillies where he went 1-0 with a 4.79 ERA over ​20 23 relief innings pitched. He returned to the GCL in 2016, pitching to a 2-3 record and 4.06 ERA in 11 games (seven starts), and in 2017, he played with the Williamsport Crosscutters where he posted a 4-2 record with a 4.18 ERA in 13 starts. In 2018, he pitched for the Lakewood BlueClaws[159] where he was named a South Atlantic League All-Star.[160] In twenty starts for the season, he pitched to an 8-1 record with a 2.06 ERA and a 0.98 WHIP.[161]

On February 7, 2019, the Phillies traded Stewart, Jorge Alfaro, Sixto Sanchez, and $250,000 of international signing bonus pool money to the Miami Marlins for J. T. Realmuto.[162][163] He began the 2019 season with the Jupiter Hammerheads of the Class A-Advanced Florida State League.[164]

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Triple-A[edit]

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Double-A[edit]

Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp roster
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Pitchers

Catchers

  • 17 Sharif Othman
  •  6 Rodrigo Vigil

Infielders

Outfielders


Manager

  • 10 Kevin Randel

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Class A-Advanced[edit]

Jupiter Hammerheads roster
Players Coaches/Other

Pitchers

  • 13 Dustin Beggs
  • 29 Parker Bugg
  • 18 Jorgan Cavanerio
  • 32 Ethan Clark
  • 34 Esmerling De La Rosa
  • -- Steven Farnworth
  • 28 Jorge Guzmán
  • 20 Zech Lemond
  • 21 Ryan Lillie
  • 17 Alejandro Mateo
  • 21 Travis Neubeck
  • -- Ryan Newell ‡
  • 19 Sam Perez
  • 31 Brady Puckett
  • 12 Josh Roeder
  • 25 Chad Smith
  • 30 Scott Squier
  • 23 Jordan Yamamoto

Catchers

  • 15 B.J. Lopez
  • 14 Roy Morales
  • -- Gunner Pollman

Infielders

  • 44 Lazaro Alonso
  • 24 Bubba Hollins
  •   Riley Mahan
  • 19 James Nelson
  •  3 Luis Pintor
  •  6 Martín Prado #*
  • 22 John Silviano
  •  1 Justin Twine

Outfielders

  •  8 Cameron Baranek
  • -- Corey Bird
  • 11 Stone Garrett
  •  7 Aaron Knapp
  • 26 Anfernee Seymour
  •  4 Zach Sullivan


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Class A[edit]

Clinton LumberKings roster
Players Coaches/Other

Pitchers

  • 34 Vincenzo Aiello
  • 39 Nestor Bautista
  • -- Taylor Braley
  • 28 Edward Cabrera
  • 31 Daniel Castano
  • 27 Gabriel Castellanos
  • -- Braxton Garrett
  • 14 Sean Guenther
  • 40 Colton Hock
  • -- Jordan Holloway
  • 52 Tyler Kolek
  • -- Brett Lilek
  • 25 Michael Mertz
  • 41 Brandon Miller
  • 29 Jeremy Ovalle
  • -- Remey Reed
  • 26 Trevor Rogers
  • 38 Scott Sebald
  • -- Hunter Wells

Catchers

  • 33 Will Allen
  • 17 Michael Hernandez

Infielders

  • 18 Rodrigo Ayarza
  • 10 Micah Brown
  • 20 Samuel Castro
  •  2 José Devers
  •  8 Garvis Lara
  • 11 Marcos Rivera

Outfielders

  •  7 Ricardo Cespedes
  • 23 Harrison Dinicola
  • 12 Thomas Jones
  • 21 Jhonny Santos
  • 15 Isael Soto


Manager

Coaches

  • 44 Mark DiFelice (pitching)
  •  1 Angel Espada
  • 24 Frank Moore (hitting)


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Roster updated January 17, 2019
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Short A[edit]

Batavia Muckdogs roster
Players Coaches/Other

Pitchers

  • -- Sam Bordner
  • 1 Edison Suriel
  • 8 Andrew Miller
  • 11 Edgar Martinez
  • 19 Josh Simpson
  • 20 Jonaiker Villalobos
  • 21 Eli Villalobos
  • 28 Easton Lucas
  • 30 Julio Frias
  • 31 Dakota Bennett
  • 32 Brock Love
  • 34 Geremy Galindez
  • 35 Bryan Hoeing
  • 37 Jackson Rose
  • 39 M.D. Johnson
  • 41 Evan Brabrand
  • 43 Joey Steele

Catchers

  • -- Jan Mercado
  • 6 Dustin Skelton
  • 29 Michael Hernandez
  • 44 Andres Sthormes

Infielders

  • 2 Ronal Reynoso
  • 3 Nic Ready
  • 9 Andrew Turner
  • 25 Sean Reynolds
  • 47 Jack Strunc

Outfielders

  • -- Jorge Caballero
  • 13 Albert Guaimaro
  • 17 Dalvy Rosario
  • 22 J.D. Orr
  • 23 Brayan Hernandez
  • 27 Troy Johnston
  • 33 Milton Smith II
  • 38 Kobie Taylor


Manager

Coaches

  • -- Chad Rhoades (pitching)
  • -- Rigoberto Silverio (hitting)


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Roster updated July 28, 2019
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Rookie[edit]

Gulf Coast League Marlins roster
Players Coaches/Other

Pitchers

  • 11 Josh Alberius
  • 60 Elkin Alcala
  • 23 Blake Anderson
  • 40 Dakota Bennett
  • 31 Karl Craigie
  • 36 Dylan Cyphert
  • 13 Miguel De Los Santos
  • 26 Obed Diaz
  • 68 Doug Domnarski
  • 28 Evan Estes
  • 41 Kyle Farjad
  • 18 Julio Frias
  • 37 Gavin Fritz
  • 25 Matt Givin
  • -- Chevis Hoover
  • -- Luis Mojica
  • -- Josh Roberson
  • 35 Trevor Rogers
  • -- George Soriano

Catchers

  • 38 Igor Baez
  •  4 Pablo Garcia
  • 10 Jan Mercado

Infielders

  • -- Jose Devers
  •  5 Gerardo Nunez
  • 29 J. D. Osborne
  •  3 Ronal Reynoso

Outfielders

  •  7 Justin Cohen
  • 24 Michael Donadio
  • 32 Yeral Encarnacion
  • 30 Albert Guaimaro


Manager

  • -- Robert Rodriguez

Coaches


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Roster updated March 16, 2019
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Foreign Rookie[edit]

Dominican Summer League Marlins roster
Players Coaches/Other

Pitchers

  • 46 Delvis Alegre
  • 47 Juan Borgas
  • 45 Raul Brito
  • -- Yeison Del Rosario ‡
  • 20 Rafael Eysseric
  • 34 Geremy Galindez
  • 31 Yeuris Jimenez
  • 41 Yeremin Lara
  • 38 Leudy Martinez
  • 25 Josan Mendez
  • 54 Wandy Moya
  • 40 Luis Palacios
  • 32 Zaquiel Puentes
  • 24 Yoilan Quinonez
  • 35 Juan Reyes
  • 26 Eliezer Rodriguez
  • 33 Jesus Rosario
  • 48 Edgar Sanchez
  • 21 Jesus Sanchez
  • 37 Henry Valencio
  • 39 Frank Valera

Catchers

  •  2 Brhayan Campos
  • 15 Jonathan Chinchilla
  • 17 Arquimedes Cumana
  •  9 Jan Mercado
  •  1 Jhonaiker Osorio

Infielders

  •  2 Joseph Gilma
  • 13 Julio Machado
  •  7 Ynmanol Marinez
  •  7 Alvaro Montero
  •  4 Elvin Ozoria
  • 10 Carlos Romero
  •  5 Dalvy Rosario
  •  8 Juan Urena

Outfielders

  • 19 Anthony Felipe
  • 23 Jandel Paulino
  • 30 Bryan Pineda
  • 12 Maicol Sosa


Manager

  • Raymond Nunez

Coaches

  • Freddery Arias (pitching)
  • Jose Duran (pitching)
  • Rony Peralta (hitting)


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