Round 6: 163 Overall
Hugh Fisher is a six-foot-five left-handed pitcher out of Vanderbilt, a frequent target of these Miami Marlins. Including the aforementioned Bleday and Martin, the Marlins also chose pitcher Zach King in round 13 and first baseman Julian Infante in the 36th round in 2019. He’s currently recovering from Tommy John Surgery, and would be ready for action next season.
Round 7: 193 Overall
Shortstop Trevor Hauver is a six-foot, 205 lb. lefty-batter out of Arizona State. Previously taken in the 37th round by the Kansas City Royals out of high school in 2017, he’s an average defender with some swing-and-miss issues. He’s still projected to have average or better-than-average power
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Round 8: 223 Overall
Right-handed pitcher Joseph Gonzalez is a six-foot-four, 215 lb. native of Humacao, PR. Currently uncommitted, Gonzalez is a longer-term prospect at just 18 years of age at the time of the upcoming draft.
Round 9: 253 Overall
Jake Deleo is a catcher and outfielder out of Avon Old Farms HS, and a Georgia Tech commit.
Round 10: 283 Overall
Austin Vernon is a six-foot-eight, 295 lb. right-handed pitcher from North Carolina Central. Just — the sheer size of this guy.
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