An eight-rounder in 2017 out of the University of South Alabama, Barnes missed most of 2018. In five games for the GCL Marlins, he went two-for-19.
Hovis is a right-handed pitcher out of the University of North Carolina. In 2018, he pitched at three levels of Miami Marlins minor league ball, between the Grasshoppers, the Hammerheads, and the Jumbo Shrimp. In 37 games, he put up a 4.61 ERA and a 1.482 WHIP, along with 64 K’s in 54 2/3 innings.
Submarine pitcher Ziegler completed his 11-season major league career with the Arizona Diamondbacks. Before he left, he showed us his best and his worst, not necessarily in that order. Overall, he had a 3.98 ERA in 53 games, with a 1.269 WHIP.
Torres was yet another pilgrim from the Seattle Mariners system. He played most of 2018 with the Grasshoppers, and slashed .256/.389/.350 overall.
Garrett was an eighth-round pick from Sugar Land, Texas. He was the guy that former Miami Marlins prospect Josh Naylor stabbed in the hand. Last season with the Hammerheads, he slashed .243/.280/.371 in 64 games.
Ayarza was signed as a free agent for the 2018 season, and split the season between the Hammerheads and the Grasshoppers. Before getting released on August 7th, he slashed .212/.302/.308 in 57 games.
Paulino followed a season with the DSL Marlins with the GCL Marlins. In 89 combined games, he hit .304/.400/.391 playing center and right field.
Galindez, a Venezuelan right-handed reliever, has played two seasons for the Miami Marlins in the DSL. This year, he whiffed 32 in 28 innings over 21 appearances. He earned a 1.09 WHIP and a 2.86 ERA, going 4-3.
Jagielo was the Miami Marlins everyday first baseman for Jacksonville. In 121 games he put up a .198/.265/.331 slashline.
Now in his fifth season out of Ball State University, Bautista pitched in 37 contests for Greensboro. He struck out 89 in 75 innings, posting a 2.64 ERA and a 1.03 WHIP. He should start next season with the Hammerheads.