Miami Marlins All-Decade Team: 2010-2019
All-Decade team: First Base Justin Bour
Justin Bour was far and away the most productive first baseman for the franchise in the 2010s. He was the primary first baseman from 2015 until his trade in 2018. Other first basemen during this decade included Logan Morrison, Carlos Lee and Gaby Sanchez.
Bour provided pop with his bat, hitting 83 homers during his time with Miami. He knocked in 272 runs and hit 63 doubles. He was susceptible to the K though, striking out 382 times. He slashed .262/.346/.470 as a Marlin and earn a 5.0 WAR over almost five seasons with the franchise.
All-Decade team: Second Base Dee Gordon
Dee Gordon did not spend much time with Miami, but he was the most productive second baseman the team had this decade. Acquired via trade with Miguel Rojas and Dan Haren for prospects, Gordon was an All-Star in 2015, and won both a Golden Glove and Silver Slugger that year. He led the league in batting average (.333), stolen bases (58) and hits (205).
Gordon provided the franchise with its most bittersweet moment when he hit a lead-off home run in the team’s first game after the tragic death of Jose Fernandez. He finished his time as a Marlin with a .309 batting average, 493 hits, 51 doubles, 23 triples and seven home runs. He swiped 148 bases and tallied a 9.2 WAR for Miami. And his trade to Seattle in 2017 netted the Marlins prospects in Nick Neidert, Robert Dugger and Christopher Torres.