Now retired, Giavotella played in 360 major league games before joining the Miami Marlins system in 2018. He was six-for-28 in 10 games for the Baby Cakes in April before joining the minor league system of the Chicago White Sox.
Cloyd spent the majority of the 2018 season with New Orleans, going 6-5 with a 5.17 ERA and a 1.34 WHIP. In seven contests for the Miami Marlins, he put up an 8.66 ERA over 17 2/3 innings, earning a 1.98 WHIP.
The subject of most trade articles this offseason, Realmuto put together the complete season for the Miami Marlins in 2018. He hit a team-leading 21 homers in 125 games, slashing .277/.340/.484 with 74 RBI.
Palacios was a revelation at the rookie-level with the DSL Marlins. This season, he walked four and struck out 62 in 63 2/3 innings. His 0.597 WHIP led the 42-team circuit, and his 0.85 ERA was in the top five. He has yet to lose a game in his professional career, now at 12-0.
Kinley split his 2018 between Jacksonville and New Orleans, going 4-3 with a 3.17 ERA. In 41 relief appearances, he struck out 53 in 59 2/3 innings, allowing only 39 hits for a 1.09 WHIP.
Pompey, who the Miami Marlins chose in the third round out of Kentucky this season, played ball for three levels of the minor league system. Between the GCL Marlins, the Grasshoppers, and the Hammerheads, he slashed out a .299/.408/.397 line with three round-trippers and 23 RBI over 52 games.
Sullivan started his fifth season in the Miami Marlins system this year. In 56 games between the Grasshoppers and the Hammerheads, he slashed .190/.220/.302. He was released from the system on July 7th.
Boyd joined the Muckdogs after three seasons in the Boston Red Sox organization. In three starts, he was 0-2 with a 2.81 ERA, a 1.19 WHIP, and nine strikeouts in 16 innings. The Miami Marlins released him on June 28th.
Howe, chosen in the 18th round out of Oral Roberts University last season, split this year between Batavia and Greensboro. He made 29 appearances overall, including 10 starts for the Muckdogs before getting designated as a permanent reliever. He went 3-3 with a 2.66 ERA in total, striking out 71 in 74 innings and earning a 1.55 WHIP.
Karas, who is a third baseman, played the 2018 season mostly with Batavia. A 10th round pick in 2017, for the Muckdogs this year he hit .223/.294/.310 in 55 contests.