I have been watching Brian Anderson since he made the jump from Single-A ball to Jacksonville, the Marlins Double-A affiliate in 2017. He has not disappointed since he stepped foot onto the field at Marlins Park.
After hitting 20 home runs and 66 RBI, only to see his season cut short because of a broken bone in his hand, the stage is set for Anderson to take aim at 30 home runs this coming season. The only question that remains to be asked is where will he play this coming season, at third base or once again in the outfield.
What the Marlins do this offseason in bringing in another bat or two will help make that determination.
I think Anderson will fit comfortably back into the No. 2 or No. 3 position in the batting order and help protect the free agent the team brings in to fill that slot.