Miami Marlins: Our 2021 End of Season Top 30 Prospect Rankings
By Matt Melton
25. RHP Evan Fitterer
After two impressive starts with the FCL Marlins, the right-hander pitched 25.2 innings in Low-A where he posted a 4.56 ERA across seven appearances, six of which were starts. Miami’s 2019 fifth round pick, Fitterer will likely begin the 2022 season as a part of the High-A Beloit starting rotation.
24. 2B Ian Lewis
Lewis received his first professional action this season by spending 43 games with the FCL Marlins slashing .302/.354/.497 with three home runs, 27 RBI’s, and nine stolen bases. One of the youngest Marlins prospects overall, the 18-year-old will likely see Low-A very-early next season.
23. OF Connor Scott
Miami’s 2018 first round pick, Scott enjoyed a breakout 2021 campaign slashing .276/.333/.446 with 10 home runs, 46 RBI’s, and 14 stolen bases across 96 games with High-A Beloit. One of many notable Marlins outfield prospects, Scott will likely begin the 2022 campaign with Double-A Pensacola.
22. SS Jordan McCants
The Marlins 2021 third round pick, McCants appeared in 23 games with the FCL Marlins this season where he slashed .224/.286/.237. Drafted out of high school, the 19-year-old will likely see Low-A early-on next season, as well as being a possible breakout candidate among Marlins’ prospects in 2022.
21. RHP Zach McCambley
McCambley enjoyed a strong first professional season where he posted a combined 4.36 ERA with 26 walks and 120 strikeouts across 20 starts between High-A Beloit and Double-A Pensacola. Finishing the 2021 season with Double-A Pensacola, the Marlins 2020 third round pick will likely begin next season with the Blue Wahoos once again.