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2015 Miami Marlins Top Preseason Prospects

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2015 Miami Marlins Top Preseason Prospects

The Marlins farm system is loaded with talented pitching.  Tyler Kolek is the only Miami prospect to be ranked in the Fueled by Sports 100, but Justin Nicolino is sitting on the outside looking in.  Nicolino went 14-4 with a 2.85 ERA in Double-A Jacksonville last year.  I expect Nicolino to get a chance in the Marlins starting rotation sometime in 2015.

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★★★★★★ – Superstar player that has the potential to make an instant impact in the Major Leagues. This player is a future MVP or Cy Young Candidate.
★★★★★ – Great player at his respected position. Has the potential to be a number one starter if he’s a pitcher. Has All-Star potential, but isn’t on the superstar level.
★★★★ – A good everyday player, but not on the great level. A good number two or three if he’s a pitcher.
★★★ – Major League potential, but most likely just a bench player or number 4 or 5 starter. A chance they will spend most of their career in the minors.

1. Tyler Kolek, RHP
★★★★
2. Justin Nicolino, LHP
★★★★
3. Avery Romero, 2B
★★★★
4. J.T. Realmuto, C
★★★★
5. Jose Urena, RHP
★★★★
6. Trevor Williams, RHP
★★★★
7. Austin Dean, OF
★★★★
8. Jarlin Garcia, LHP
★★★
9. Adam Conley, LHP
★★★
10. Brian Anderson, 2B/3B
★★★
11. Austin Brice, RHP
★★★
12. Avery Romero, 2B
★★★
13. Michael Mader, LHP
★★★
14. Felix Munoz, 1B
★★★
15. Colby Suggs, RHP
★★★
16. Casey Soltis, OF
★★★
17. Nick Wittgren, RHP
★★★
18. Kendry Flores, RHP
★★★
19. Chad Wallach, C
★★★
20. Matt Milroy, RHP
★★★

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