10. INF Jon Berti
2021 Season Stats: .219 AVG, .315 OBP, .326 SLG, .640 OPS, 4 HR, 18 RBI, 8 SB
Obviously Berti isn’t the most eye-popping trade piece that the Marlins currently hold on their roster, but there could be some interest in the 31-year old utility infielder. While the season numbers aren’t necessarily what they have been during his career, you have to remember that Berti was forced into a bigger role early-on due to injuries, and is easily set to surpass the most at-bats in a single season of his career by the end of the month.
A contending team could actually find interest in Berti, solely due to his defensive versatility and pinch-hit/running abilities. Having spent time at every position on the field other than first base and catcher, Berti could receive interest from a few teams as a bench option, or he could remain with Miami to return to his normal bench role next season.
9. RP Ross Detwiler
2021 Season Stats: 1-0, 4.32 ERA, 1.200 WHIP, 12 BB, 39 K
Signed as a free agent back in January by Miami, Detwiler is having one of the best years of his 13-year career with the Marlins. Working primarily as a reliever, the 35-year old left-hander could be valuable for contending teams as a long-relief option.
Detwiler has seemingly had a career resurgence this season in Miami, and it would be smart for the Marlins to see if they can get something in return for the veteran southpaw. If not, Detwiler will most likely remain with the Marlins, with no guarantee he will even be back for the 2022 season.