Which players on the Miami Marlins roster will take another step in helping the team reach mediocrity in 2020?
It’s hard to think the Miami Marlins, after making changes to their current 26-man roster, will lose 100 games in 2020. This is still a franchise building its foundation, but the concrete is starting to settle in the hot South Florida sun, which means there is better footing for the front office and the players who comprise this organization.
Now, it’s time to take a step up the ladder.
In order to make that happen, existing players on the field must also make their move toward greater success. It would not be surprising if more than one Marlin makes a greater impact than they did just a few months ago.
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The beauty baseball is there isn’t much time between the start and finish of the season, which gives players a chance to build on their success at a quicker pace.
It also means the front office and personnel must keep a mindful eye on players who are on the cusp of taking that leap to stardom fans keep hoping for. And change is still a possibility with players still on the holiday wish list the front office has moving forward.
"“By Christmas, we could see at least one significant signing,” writes Joe Frisaro. “At least that’s the hope, to prevent dragging things out into January.”"
Not making another move hurts the team’s progress – something the front office cannot afford to let happen. The Marlins should make some progress in 2020, with these three players having the best chance to impact the clubhouse the most.