Marlins’ collection of quality starters promises a competitive future

Hand in hand with Derek Jeter from the offices, the Miami Marlins are managing to form a competitive team for the future of the MLB. One of the aspects that have been reinforced the most is pitching, which currently has an important core of young arms.

The names of Sandy Alcantara, Pablo López, Trevor Rogers, Max Meyer, Edward Cabrera, Sixto Sánchez and Jesús Luzardo have put the Florida club together with an impressive pitching rotation that puts them in a position to compete in the short term.

Currently, the Marlins occupy the basement of the NL East, but their pitchers collectively have the fourth-best ERA in the majors at 3.52, surpassed only by the San Francisco Giants, Milwaukee Brewers and Los Angeles Dodgers, teams that are in a favorable position to advance to the postseason.

His starting team ranks seventh in the entire MLB with a 3.61 ERA. In addition, they are the eighth rotation with the lowest accepted average (.232) and the second with the fewest home runs allowed with 61.