The 100: A Miami Marlins Season Review

MIAMI, FL - SEPTEMBER 23: Lewis Brinson #9, Isaac Galloway #79 and Magneuris Sierra #34 of the Miami Marlins celebrate after defeating the Cincinnati Reds at Marlins Park on September 23, 2018 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Eric Espada/Getty Images)
MIAMI, FL - SEPTEMBER 23: Lewis Brinson #9, Isaac Galloway #79 and Magneuris Sierra #34 of the Miami Marlins celebrate after defeating the Cincinnati Reds at Marlins Park on September 23, 2018 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Eric Espada/Getty Images) /
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Demetrius Sims

Sims hit .227 in 57 games for the Muckdogs in 2018, putting up a .940 fielding percentage at shortstop.

Brian Anderson

Third baseman Anderson was putting together a legitimate rookie-of-the-year campaign through the first three months of the season. Even with a slight tailoff through the second half, he still led NL rookies in many statistical categories. In 156 games between third base and right field, he slashed .273/.357/.400 with 11 homers and 65 RBI.

Sharif Othman

Othman completed his eighth season in the minors with his seventh season in the Miami Marlins system. Between the Shrimp and the Cakes, he hit .190 over 59 games, with three homers and 20 RBI.

Remey Reed

Reed struck out seven in five innings for Greensboro in a season derailed by injuries. Look for him in 2019 with the Clinton LumberKings.

Jose Quijada

Quijada has excelled at every minor league level for the Miami Marlins starting in 2014. Overall, he’s 17-14 with a 2.79 ERA in 135 games, with 282 strikeouts in 249 innings. He’s held the opposition to a 1.08 WHIP. Opponents hit just .171 against him in 2018 while he pitched for the Jumbo Shrimp and the Baby Cakes. Not currently protected on the 40-man roster, he’s sure to leave via the rule five draft if the Miami Marlins don’t come to their senses.

Chris Diaz

Diaz spent the last season-and-a-half in the Miami Marlins system between the Shrimp and the Baby Cakes. He hit .206 this year playing mostly at shortstop, but also spent time at first, second, third, left, and right field.

Brandon Miller

The Miami Marlins got Miller from the Seattle Mariners along with Brayan Hernandez, Pablo Lopez, and Lukas Schiraldi for Dan Phelps. The Marlins won this one already, as Phelps contributed just 0.2 WAR to the major league team before getting free agency two weeks ago. Meanwhile, the Marlins have already gotten 0.4 WAR out of the group (from Hernandez) and they’re #JustGettinStarted.

Cam Baird

Baird got picked in the 20th round this season by the Miami Marlins and got into 13 games with the GCL Marlins. He earned a 4.00 ERA over 18 innings, with 22 strikeouts and a 1.50 WHIP.

Brady Puckett

At 6’8″, Puckett is the tied with Tayron Guerrero as tallest player in the Marlins organization, one inch taller than Sean Reynolds.  Puckett posted an 8-5 record between the Grasshoppers, the Hammerheads, and the GCL Marlins, striking out 98 in 125 2/3 innings. He earned a 2.56 ERA while maintaining a 1.18 WHIP.

Severino Gonzalez

Gonzalez racked up a 5.61 ERA over 21 appearances with the Baby Cakes this year, with 23 strikeouts in 33 2/3 innings. The Marlins released him on June 18th.

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