Luis Castillo won 71% of the votes. If playing time were equal, Castillo and Craig Counsell would have had very similar overall numbers. Of course, you cannot take it away from Castillo that he did play a full season and Counsell did not.
Castillo actually began the season as the second baseman on both teams. He and Jeff Conine were the only Marlins to be on both World Series teams.
I will open up another poll later today for Marlins 1997 v. 2003 Best World Series Third Baseman later tonight, Bobby Bonilla versus Mike Lowell.
Ever since I can remember, I have loved the game of baseball. I literally breathe, eat, and sleep baseball. Have been a huge Marlins fan since the day I watched my first game in 1999. When I combined my passion for writing with my passion for baseball and the Marlins, I found a role as the Editor of the Marlin Maniac. Hope is to one day become a national baseball journalist. Currently resides in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, but was born and raised in South Florida.