MLB Power Rankings: Spring Training Edition

Mat Latos - New York Mets v Cincinnati Reds                                                                                          Jamie Sabau/Getty Images

10.Miami Marlins

The Marlins are committed to 2015. After handing Giancarlo Stanton his mega-contract, the Marlins built around him, addding speedster Dee Gordon at second base, Mat Latos at pitcher, Michael Morse at first base, and Dan Haren to the back of the rotation. With the Braves sliding, and Jose Fernandez’ anticipated return, the Marlins look to be the Nationals main threat to the NL East division crown, with Christian Yelich and Marcell Ozuna emerging as solid players, and Henderson Alvarez will be an over-qualified no. 3 starter. The Marlins are poised to finally have some success, and with the Nationals in the same division, expect to see plenty of competition between the two teams this summer.

One Response

  1. Jimmy

    How do you not mention Justin Morneau in the Rockies section when you talk about how much talent they have? He just won the batting title…

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