First Base: Jesus Aguilar, Garrett Cooper
Aguilar was a mainstay of the Marlins 2021 everyday lineup at first base before suffering an injury in early-September that ended his season. Appearing in a total of 131 games with Miami, Aguilar slashed .261/.329/.459 with 22 home runs and 93 RBI’s, leading the team in RBI’s while tied for home runs.
Cooper on the other hand appeared in a total of 71 games with Miami this past season, with a majority actually coming in right field. Before suffering a season-ending injury in mid-July, Cooper slashed .284/.380/.465 with nine home runs and 33 RBI’s as an impactful run-producing bat in Miami’s lineup.
Second Base: Jazz Chisholm, Jon Berti
Chisholm began the 2021 season as the Marlins starting second baseman, and finished what was a phenomenal rookie season as the starting second baseman as well. Appearing in 124 total games, Chisholm slashed .248/.303/.425 with 18 home runs, 53 RBI’s, and 23 stolen bases.
Berti was an important player for the early-part of the 2021 Marlins season as many key starters on the roster went down with injuries. Seeing time almost everywhere, but primarily at third base, Berti appeared in a total of 85 games where he slashed .210/.311/.313 with four home runs, 19 RBI’s, and eight stolen bases before suffering a season-ending injury in late-July.
Shortstop: Miguel Rojas
Rojas was the Marlins starting shortstop throughout the 2021 season appearing in a total of 132 games with Miami. Across that span, Rojas slashed .265/.322/.392 with nine home runs, 48 RBI’s, and 13 stolen bases as the Marlins hits leader during the 2021 season.
Third Base: Brian Anderson
Anderson began the 2021 season as the Marlins starting third baseman, but only appeared in 67 total games due to a season shortened by injuries. Anderson slashed .249/.337/.378 with seven home runs, 28 RBI’s, and five stolen bases during the 2021 season before suffering a season-ending injury in late-August.