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Miami Marlins 2020 Fantasy Baseball Preview

Mar 31, 2020

Caleb Smith will look to regain last year’s early form atop the Marlins’ rotation.

This is it, the article you have all been waiting. The 2020 Miami Marlins fantasy preview. It feels like Christmas. Here we go!

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Starting Lineup

# NAME POS
1 Jonathan Villar OF
2 Brian Anderson 3B
3 Corey Dickerson OF
4 Jesus Aguilar 1B
5 Isan Diaz 2B
6 Jorge Alfaro C
7 Lewis Brinson OF
8 Miguel Rojas SS

 

Quick notes: Not much is rosterable here in a standard league, but there are some good batting average guys like Dickerson and Anderson, and Berti is interesting for steals.

Pitching Rotation

# NAME R/L
1 Caleb Smith L
2 Sandy Alcantara R
3 Jose Urena R
4 Pablo Lopez R
5 Jordan Yamamoto R

 

  • Better than his ADP: Smith (216), Alcantara (266)
  • Worse than his ADP: None (only Smith and Alcantara have top-300 ADP)
  • Starter least likely to stick in the rotation: Yamamoto
  • Non-starter most likely to enter the rotation: Elieser Hernandez

Quick notes: Smith is a nice late-round grab, and Alcantara has some upside. Hernandez could be interesting at some point, as he posted a strong 9.3 K/9 to 2.2 BB/9 in 2019.

Bullpen

Quick notes: The Marlins do not profile to win enough games to give you anything useful out of the bullpen.

Prospects

Other Helpful Fantasy Info

  • Park Factor: Unknown with the fences being moved in for the 2020 season.
  • Green Light Rating: Yellow
  • Likeliest 2020 roster moves: Possibly trading away veterans (Villar, Dickerson) at the deadline.
  • Bold Fantasy Prediction: Jon Berti finds enough playing time to steal 40+ bases.
  • Bland Fantasy Prediction: No Marlins hitter finishes in the top 200 this season.

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