Miami Marlins: Looking back at the Top 10 Prospects from 2011

Matt Melton
TORONTO, CANADA - APRIL 26: Matt Dominguez #28 of the Toronto Blue Jays throws out the baserunner from third base in the eighth inning during MLB game action against the Chicago White Sox on April 26, 2016 at Rogers Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. (Photo by Tom Szczerbowski/Getty Images)
TORONTO, CANADA - APRIL 26: Matt Dominguez #28 of the Toronto Blue Jays throws out the baserunner from third base in the eighth inning during MLB game action against the Chicago White Sox on April 26, 2016 at Rogers Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. (Photo by Tom Szczerbowski/Getty Images) /
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6. RHP Tom Koehler

The Marlins 18th round pick in the 2008 MLB Draft, Koehler spent five seasons in the minor leagues before reaching the big leagues full-time with Miami in 2013. Koehler would spend six seasons pitching in the Marlins rotation where he posted a combined 4.43 ERA across 146 appearances, 132 of which were starts.

Traded to Toronto in August of 2017, Koehler would pitch 17 innings with the Blue Jays for the remainder of the season posting a 2.65 ERA primarily in relief. Koehler last pitched in 2019 in the lower-levels of the Pirates minor league system where he threw only four innings.

5. OF Marcell Ozuna

Signing with the Marlins back in 2008 as a 17-year-old, Ozuna quickly rose through the Marlins system making his major league debut with the club in 2013. Spending five seasons with Miami, the outfielder would slash .277/.329/.457 with 96 home runs and 361 RBI’s across 653 games which also included two All-Star appearances.

Ozuna was traded to St. Louis in 2017 where he would spent two seasons hitting 52 home runs across 278 games, and would sign with Atlanta for the 2020 season. Ozuna is still with the Braves.

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