|1st||Josh Johnson||Charles Johnson||Derrek Lee||Luis Castillo||Mike Lowell||Hanley Ramirez||Christian Yelich||Cody Ross||Giancarlo Stanton|
|2nd||Dontrelle Willis||J.T. Realmuto||Greg Colbrunn||Dan Uggla||Miguel Cabrera||Edgar Renteria||Cliff Floyd||Juan Pierre||Gary Sheffield|
|3rd||Jose Fernandez||Mike Redmond||Gaby Sanchez||Donovan Solano||Wes Helms||Adeiny Hechaverria||Jeff Conine||Marcell Ozuna||Mark Kotsay|
Ah, Josh Johnson. A star that burnt briefly but oh-so-brightly. Ah, Dontrelle Willis. The same, but to a slightly lesser extent. Will Jose Fernandez be the great Marlin pitcher who doesn't get hurt or flame out?
J.T. Realmuto's career is off to a good start, already the second-best Marlin backstop. Mike Redmond was a career backup, but he was quite serviceable in his day, and stuck around longer than most backup catchers do.
Third base was tough, as there weren't a lot of options. Miguel Cabrera only played third base full time in two seasons, but he saw significant time there in two other seasons, so I decided to include him. Besides, he's a future Hall of Famer. Ya gotta get him in somewhere. Wes Helms on the 3rd Team, though? Yikes.
Left field was surprisingly strong, as many teams don't have long-lasting players there; it's just a place to stick a solid-but-replaceable hitter. Christian Yelich has been inspiring in his brief career there, and there was enough depth that a solid guy like Josh Willingham missed the cut.
Hanley Ramirez was far and away the best choice at short, and the rest was a sea of average. Alex Gonzalez, a longtime Marlin, missed the cut for being mediocre. It's a mystery he lasted as long as he did.
I didn't expect Cody Ross to be the Fish's top center fielder, but he turned out to be better than Pierre, the guy I predicted would take the spot. A shame he's already forgotten.