Miami Marlins: How top 2022 MLB Draft picks performed this season

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?

Jacob Berry

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.

Jacob Miller

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.

Karson Milbrandt

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.

Marcus Johnson

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.

Josh White

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.