Miami Marlins: Our 2021 End of Season Top 30 Prospect Rankings

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Miami Marlins outfielder Tanner Allen (Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images)

30. 3B Christian Rodriguez

Rodriguez appeared in 46 games this season with the FCL Marlins where he slashed .218/.295/.321 with 18 RBI’s and three stolen bases. Signed by the Marlins in July of 2018, the 19-year-old has spent the past two minor league seasons in Rookie Ball, and will likely begin the 2022 season in Low-A.

29. C Payton Henry

Acquired from the Brewers at the July 30th MLB Trade Deadline in the John Curtiss deal, Henry started in Triple-A in the Marlins organization where he appeared in 22 games posting a .691 OPS. Henry appeared in five games in the big leagues with Miami this season, and is a potential candidate to fill the catching role for the Marlins in 2022.

28. OF/1B Jerar Encarnacion

Added to Miami’s 40-man roster last-November, Encarnacion appeared in 63 games in Double-A Pensacola this season where he slashed .222/.308/.400 with nine home runs, 28 RBI’s, and five stolen bases. After spending a majority of his career in right field, the 23-year-old saw time at first base this season, and will likely play a similar role next season beginning the year in Triple-A.

27. OF Tanner Allen

The Marlins fourth round pick in this years MLB Draft out of Mississippi State, Allen appeared in 30 games with Low-A Jupiter where he posted a .546 OPS with two home runs and 10 RBI’s. The 2021 SEC Player of the Year, Allen is one of the top pure hitters in Miami’s system, and is a candidate to be one of the Marlins top rising prospects next season.

26. OF/2B Osiris Johnson

Miami’s second round pick in the 2018 MLB Draft, Johnson split time between Low-A Jupiter and the FCL Marlins this season where he slashed a combined .219/.294/.373 with 11 home runs, 55 RBI’s, and eight stolen bases. In what was his first true-game action since 2018, the 20-year-old will likely begin next season in either Low-A or High-A, and is one of Miami’s prospects to watch going forward.

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