Position-by-Position Breakdown of Miami Marlins' Standout Prospects

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Position-by-Position Breakdown of Miami Marlins' Standout Prospects
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Christian Yelich is still considered a prospect until he exceeds 130 MLB at-bats, thus making him one of the Marlins standout prospects.

When websites compile a list of each team's top 10 prospects, it's always done without regard to position. 

For instance, among the Miami Marlins' top 10 prospects on MLB.com, there are five pitchers, two outfielders, one third baseman, one catcher and one second baseman.

It's an imperfect system. But what would the Marlins look like if they trotted out a team of prospects in real life? Such an exercise would show where the Marlins are strongest and where they are weakest.

Well, that's what we're here for.

Without any further ado then, here's a position-by-position breakdown of the Miami Marlins standout prospects in their order of numerical position on the baseball field.

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