3 Miami Marlins who’s spring training was a fluke, and 2 that wasn’t

Spring Training is mostly a warm-up for veterans but how indicative is it of their season?
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Jacob Amaya, Miami Marlins
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Jacob Amaya, SS - Fluke

If anyone prospect had a shot at making a big impact on the Miami Marlins opening day roster, it was Jacob Amaya, yet he struggled this spring.  Amaya hit .053 with just one single in 19 at-bats and 9 strikeouts. Amaya has since show he has more to give. In his recent stint with Miami, Amaya is hitting .222 with 2 RBI and 1 stolen base and only 1 strikeout in 9 at-bats.