Miami Marlins Round Table Discussion (Part 2): Which Trade Will the Marlins Regret?

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Mar 24, 2015; Jupiter, FL, USA; Miami Marlins shortstop Adeiny Hechavarria (3) warms up from the dugout during a game against the Boston Red Sox at Roger Dean Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

4. Which minor leaguer will make the biggest impact for the Marlins this season?

Ehsan Kassim: Because Travis’ answer had me literally rolling on the floor laughing, I’m going with his answer. But seriously, I think Jose Urena could provide a decent bullpen arm during the stretch run. His live arm is going to be fun to watch.

Travis HoneycuttAdeiny Hechavarria. He will start 160 games at shortstop and probably amass 600+ PA. Read the question again. See what I did there?

Daniel ZylberkanCarter Capps, I don’t even know why the Marlins aren’t breaking camp with him in the roster. I think in the current relief pitching dependent period we’re in, the Marlins will soon realize that having as many swing and miss high leverage type relievers as possible in the bullpen will be key to making a run towards the playoff and possibly deep into October. 

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Miller Lepree: J.T Realmutto is ready, if something happens to Salty or Mathis.

David Polakoff: Justin Nicolino could come up at the end of the year and provide a boost to a potentially tired or ailing rotation.

Dillon Murrell: I think Jose Urena could have a big impact for this team out of the bullpen. The fastball is dynamic and could be a serious weapon out of the pen down the stretch.

Michael Sonbeek: Justin Nicolino. He’s had tremendous amount of success in the Minors and I think he can follow it up in the Majors

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