Projecting Miami Marlins Final 25-Man Roster at the Start of Spring Training

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Projecting Miami Marlins Final 25-Man Roster at the Start of Spring Training
Associated Press
Looking through the eyes of Miami Marlins manager Mike Redmond, we predict the team's 25-man roster at the start of spring training.

Miami Marlins manager Mike Redmond announced Sunday that Jose Fernandez would be his Opening Day starting pitcher against the Colorado Rockies on March 31 at Marlins Park.

Outside of the fact Fernandez will be the 12th youngest pitcher in major league history to start on Opening Day and the youngest since Felix Hernandez to toe the rubber for the Seattle Mariners in 2007, according to the Miami Herald, the news was hardly surprising. Heck, the better question is what took Redmond so long to make the announcement?

But what the news also revealed is, barring injury, Fernandez is penciled in as one of 25 players on the team's active roster when the season begins.

As for the other 24 spots, Redmond has probably already decided who will fill most of those slots. However, there are a few still up for grabs and a month for circumstances to change.

Our job is to figure out who will join Fernandez on the 25-man roster two weeks into spring training...

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