4. CF Starling Marte
2021 Season Stats: .302 AVG, .404 OBP, .472 SLG, .876 OPS, 6 HR, 18 RBI, 12 SB
The only argument that you could against Marte being an All-Star is that he has played only 43 games. Other than that though, the 32-year old outfielder, who is arguably the Marlins best-positional player, is at-least worthy of consideration to make his second career All-Star appearance.
Marte is by-far the team-leader in WAR among positional players at 2.4, while also slashing .302/.404/.472 across 159 at-bats. As mentioned previously, he might not make the team due to lack of games played, but there is no denying that what Marte is doing this season is at least worthy of consideration.
3. SP Sandy Alcantara
2021 Season Stats: 4-7, 3.12 ERA, 1.069 WHIP, 29 BB, 93 K
The arguable “ace” of the Marlins’ pitching staff, Alcantara is already a one-time All-Star having played in the 2019 Mid-Summer Classic. Could the 25-year old right-hander be named an All-Star for the second time in his young career?
Through 17 starts up to this point in the season, Alcantara currently ranks 23rd in baseball in ERA at 3.12, while also T-34th in strikeouts with 93 and T-4th in Quality Starts with 12. Still yet to make at least one more start before the All-Star Break, it’ll be hard to not consider the Marlins 25-year old ace for a spot to represent Miami in Colorado.