#2 Jorge Soler
Jorge Soler had probably one of the most iconic playoff performances in recent memory when he was on the Atlanta Braves. Soler smashed home run after home run to help them defeat the Houston Astros in the World Series and the Marlins were hoping for just the same. They did not get that Soler, not even close.
Soler was brought in to be the Marlins big bopper and so far he has been doing just that but in the postseason he was nothing even close. Soler went 1-for-8 for the 2 game set and had 5 strikeouts. 5 strikeouts?!? He did have one hit which was a single to left field late in the game in game two after the score was already 7-0. The question remains, did he have any impact at all on the Marlins push to win this postseason, the answer is definitively no.
Can the Marlins forge their way into the postseason next year without Sandy? Yes, but they will need more offense and finding a big time productive outfielder has to be the top of the priority list. Soler has had a multitude of injuries and really is only a DH at this point in his career and thus takes away from the lineup flexibility and if he is not hitting, then do they really want him?