Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images Happy Halloween! Welcome to the 14th chapter of our offseason-long series on every Marlin player. Happy Halloween, and welcome to the 14th chapter of our offseason-long series on every player to appear with the Miami Marlins.
Here’s the latest installment of the all-time Marlins roster series featuring former players Pat Venditte, Jesús Tinoco and Colin Rea, among others. Fish Stripes is still early in the process of acknowledging/reintroducing you to each of the 630 players who have appeared for the Marlins franchise in a major league regular season game.
Jon Berti’s speed and versatility sustained him until he found a regular starting spot where he settled in and produced. Jon Berti probably didn’t come into this year’s Spring Training thinking he’d be regularly starting for a Miami Marlins team that would claw their way into the postseason for the first time in 17 years.
It wasn’t always pretty, but Kintzler got great results as Miami’s closer. Brandon Kintzler was not only the most experienced pitcher on the 2020 Marlins roster, but also among the club’s most valuable.
Here’s the latest installment of the all-time Marlins roster series featuring former players Mike Piazza and Adam Greenberg, among others. Part seven of our 165 chapter offseason series focuses on seven more players with less than 20 plate appearance or batters faced.
Mary Holt-USA TODAY Sports Activated as an emergency COVID reinforcement, Vincent ultimately found a regular role with the team. In a year with so much uncertainty, major league clubs—especially the Marlins—had to often reach deep into their player pool to fill out their roster.
Derek Jeter admits to feeling conflicted about the Miami Marlins’ first foray into the postseason during his brief tenure as the team’s CEO, and much of his distress stems from how he will be unable to make an impact on the team’s performance by taking the field.