For the week that started August 5th, 2018 and ended on August 11th, 196 Miami Marlins minor league players picked up a glove and/or bat in game action.
These players were ordered by their composite FanDuel Fantasy scores.
In six games this week, Shuck went 11-for-23 with five walks, six runs, two doubles, a home run, five RBI, and three stolen bases for the New Orleans Baby Cakes. This is the very week following his anointment as the PCL Player of the Week. Over those two weeks, he has raised his average from .242 to .343.
Soto also played in six games this week for the Greensboro Grasshoppers. He went five-for-19 with two walks, four runs, a double, a triple, two home runs, and seven RBI. Rated as high as #6 in the Miami Marlins system, he is no longer a rated prospect.
Austin Dean (29)
It’s no big secret that I think Dean should be promoted to the majors. He put an exclamation point on that this week, going 10-for-20 with two walks, six runs, two doubles, three homers, and six RBI. He’s gone five-for-eight with a pair of long-balls for the Baby Cakes in the two games since Rafael Ortega was called up.
In five contests this week for the DSL Marlins, Sosa went seven-for-19 with three walks, four runs, two doubles, a home run, five RBI, and three stolen bases.
Twine continues to tear the very cover off the ball for the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp since getting called up on July 19th. He has multiple hits in 12 of his 21 appearances thus far, and is slashing .412/.440/.612. This week, He collected hits in every game, going 12-for-28 with three runs, a double, two homers, six RBI, and three stolen bases. He’s currently hit safely in nine straight for the Shrimp.
17-year-old Adonis went seven-for-23 with three walks, seven runs, a double, four RBI, and three stolen bases for the DSL Marlins.
Jeff Brigham (22)
This week for the Baby Cakes, Brigham won both of his starts, striking out 13 in 12 innings of work. He allowed a pair of earned runs in each contest, giving up 13 hits and walking two. 119-of-184 of his offerings were strikes, and he finished with two Quality Starts.
Robert Dugger (24)
Dugger earned a win and a no-decision in his two starts this week for the Jumbo Shrimp. In 13 1/3 innings, he gave up five earned runs and struck out 14. He allowed eight hits and two walks overall, playing 121-of-176 pitches in the strike zone. Like Brigham, both of his starts were “Quality.”
Monte Harrison (1)
Miami’s top overall prospect, Harrison was seven-for-25 with three walks, six runs, two home runs, three RBI, and a stolen base in six games for Jacksonville.
Schales started the week with a four hit game against the Biloxi Shuckers for the Shrimp. In six games in total, he put up a nine-for-22 with three walks, four runs, three doubles, and six RBI.
Ortega was putting together a fantastic week even before his callup to the Miami Marlins. In four games with New Orleans, he was 10-for-20 with seven runs, three triples and three RBI.
Riley Mahan (26)
In seven games this week for the Jupiter Hammerheads, Mahan went nine-for-27 with five runs, a triple, four RBI, and two stolen bases.
Rosario played in six games for DSL, and was five-for-22 with three walks, five runs, a double, an RBI, and a stolen base.
Mooney played in six games for the Baby Cakes, and is another player I think the Miami Marlins should call up immediately. This week, he was seven-for-21 with three walks, three runs, one double, one homer, five RBI, and a stolen base.
Grant, still down at the GCL level with the rookie-Marlins, went four-for-16 in five contests this week. He had a walk, five runs, a double, an RBI, and five stolen bases.
Christopher Torres (19)
Torres played in seven games this week for the Grasshoppers, and was seven-for-18 with six walks, seven runs and a triple.
In seven games for Greensboro, Rivera was six-for-22 with a walk, four runs, two homers, and four RBI.
Mercado played in six games for the DSL Marlins and demonstrated patience beyond his age. He was five-for-15 with five walks, three runs, one RBI and two stolen bases.
Tristan Pompey (16)
Pompey started the week by drawing two walks in a Grasshoppers doubleheader, then got called up to the Hammerheads. Since joining them, he’s eight-for-14 with three walks, three runs, two doubles, an RBI, and a stolen base.
O’Brien played in six games for New Orleans, and went four-for-16 with two walks, three runs, a double, a homer, and seven RBI.
Mendez allowed two runs (one earned) in eight innings for the DSL Marlins. He struck out four while allowing seven hits and zero walks. Although he didn’t pitch enough in either game for a Quality Start, he did earn a win on Monday.
In five games for DSL, Romero was four-for-15 with four walks, two runs, two doubles, four RBI, and two stolen bases.
Jagielo played in six games for the Shrimp this week. he went six-for-18 with two walks, two runs, two doubles, a homer, two RBI, and a stolen base.
DSL: Three-for-20, three runs, one double, three RBI.
GCL: Four-for-19, three walks, four runs, two doubles, four RBI.
NO: Seven-for-13, two walks, four runs, two doubles, three RBI.
NO: Six-for-22, three walks, three runs, one double, three RBI, one stolen base.
BAT: Five-for-22, three runs, two homers, three RBI.
DSL: Three-for-22, two walks, three runs, one double, one RBI, one stolen base.
JUP: 1-1, 12 IP, nine hits, three ER, five walks, six strikeouts.
BAT: 8.1 IP, six hits, zero ER, three walks, 10 strikeouts.
GSO: 1-1, 11 IP, five hits, four ER, two walks, nine strikeouts.
GCL/JAX: two-for-11, two walks, four runs, two homers, two RBI.
BAT/JUP: three-for-20, six walks, two runs, one double, one RBI, two stolen bases.
DSL: Three-for-11, one walk, two runs, one stolen base.
GCL: five-for-17, three runs, four RBI, two stolen bases.
Brayan Hernandez (27)
BAT: four-for-17, three runs, one triple, one homer, two RBI, one stolen base.
JUP: 1-0, 7 IP, one ER, three H, zero W, seven SO.
Sandy Alcantara (2)
NO: 1-0, 6 IP, zero ER, one H, two W, six SO.
DSL: 6 IP, zero R, two H, one W, five SO.
James Nelson (14)
JUP: five-for-23, three runs, three doubles, four RBI.
GSO: five-for-15, one walk, two runs, one homer, four RBI.
DSL: five-for-15, two walks, one run, three RBI.
JUP/JAX: five-for-22, three runs, one double, one triple, three RBI.
JUP: six-for-22, one double, four RBI, two stolen bases.
Osiris Johnson (13)
GSO: five-for-22, three runs, one double, one homer, two RBI.
Braxton Lee (30)
JAX/NO: three-for-18, three walks, three runs, two RBI, two stolen bases.
JAX: 0-1, 11 IP, 11 H, six ER, two BB, eight SO.
JUP: four-for-15, three walks, two runs, one homer, one RBI, one stolen base.
Bryson Brigman (28)
JUP: seven-for-22, one walk, three runs, two stolen bases.
Remaining Rated Prospects
Connor Scott (4)
GCL/GSO: five-for-16, three walks, two runs, two doubles, two RBI.
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Joe Dunand (23)
JAX: five-for-19, two walks, two runs, one double, one RBI.
Isan Diaz (8)
NO: six-for-26, four walks, three runs.
Will Banfield (7)
GSO: two-for-14, two runs, two homers, two RBI.
Zac Gallen (21)
NO: 0-1, 4.2 IP, 5 H, 4 R, 2 ER, 2 BB, 8 K.
Thomas Jones (20)
GSO: two-for-26, three runs, one double, one RBI, one stolen base.
Brian Miller (11)
JAX: three-for-27, one walk, two runs, two doubles.
Jose Devers (12)
JUP: two-for-eight, one walk, one run, two RBI.
Trevor Rogers (10)
GSO: 0-1, 1.2 IP, 4 H, 3 R, 3 ER, 2 BB, 5 K.
Jorge Guzman (5)
JUP: 0-0, 2.2 IP, 5 H, 4 R, 4 ER, 4 BB, 3 K.
Colton Hock (25)
GSO: 0-1, 3.2 IP, 8 H, 6 R, 6 ER, 2 BB, 3 K.
Nick Neidert (3)
JAX: 0-0, 3 IP, 7 H, 5 R, 5 ER, 1 BB, 2 K.
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