As the 2022 season draws to a close, so does the first professional action for the 2022 MLB Draft picks of the Miami Marlins. Taking a look at the five players selected from the top rounds of this year’s draft, how have each performed since making their professional debuts a few weeks and months ago? (NOTE: Stats as of Wednesday, September 14)
How have the Miami Marlins top 2022 MLB Draft picks performed this season?
Miami’s first round pick out of LSU, Berry has appeared in a total of 37 games between the FCL Marlins and Low-A Jupiter. The Marlins No. 3 overall prospect (according to MLB Pipeline) has slashed a combined .248/.343/.362 during that span, along with three HR and 26 RBI, as well as a 29:14 K:BB.
Selected by Miami in the second round, Miller, Miami’s No. 10 prospect, has made a total of four starts between the FCL Marlins and Low-A Jupiter, pitching a total of 5.2 IP. Across that span, the right-hander owns a combined 0-2 record with a 4.76 ERA and a 6:2 K:BB.
Milbrandt, the Miami Marlins 2022 third round pick and No. 17 prospect, has made only one start so far this season, which came with Low-A Jupiter. Across two IP, the right-hander posted a 9.00 ERA with a 1:1 K:BB.
Taken in the fourth round out of Duke, the right-hander has made five combined appearances (four starts) so far this season between the FCL Marlins and Low-A Jupiter. Across his 16.2 IP, Johnson, the Marlins No. 28 prospect, owns a 1-3 record with a 5.94 ERA and a 29:11 K:BB.
White, the Miami Marlins fifth round pick, has made a total of nine appearances between the FCL Marlins and Low-A Jupiter, all of which have come as a reliever. Across 11 IP, the right-hander currently owns a combined 6.55 ERA with a 16:8 K:BB.