Marlins All Time Leaders – Through 2019

With baseball shut down because of the corona virus, I thought it would be an interesting time to look back at the all time leaders in both offensive and defensive categories for all 30 teams. We continue today with the Miami Marlins.

The Marlins began life in 1993, joining the National League along with the Rockies.  In 2012, they rebranded as the Miami Marlins in conjunction with the opening of their new, tax payer funded stadium in the city of Miami.  I’ve seen them play 25 times, including 3 victories during their unlikely triumph in the 2003 NLCS against the Cubs and once, as the home team against the Expos, at US Cellular Field in 2004.

Home Runs

Name Total
Miguel Cabrera 4
Cody Ross 3
Dan Uggla 3
Ivan Rodriguez 3


Name Total
Miguel Cabrera 18
Luis Castillo 17
Juan Pierre 17


Name Total
Miguel Cabrera 14
Juan Pierre 13
Luis Castillo 10


Name Total
Miguel Cabrera 13
Ivan Rodriguez 10
Alex Gonzalez 9
Dan Uggla 9


Name Total
Alex Gonzalez 6
Derrek Lee 3
9 tied with 2


Name Total
Juan Pierre 2
Jeff Conine 1
Paul LoDuca 1
Mark Kotsay 1

Batting Average (> 9 AB)

Name Total
Aaron Boone 0.500
Jorge Cantu 0.500
Cody Ross 0.467

Stolen Bases

Name Total
Juan Pierre 4
Cody Ross 2
Luis Castillo 2
Reggie Abercrombie 2

And now, the defensive side of the ball.


Name Total
Dontrelle Willis 3
12 tied with 1


Name Total
Josh Beckett 3
7 tied with 1

ERA (> 7 IP)

Name Total
Ricky Nolasco 1.17
Sergio Mitre 1.74
Dontrelle Willis 2.38


Name Total
Dontrelle Willis 33
Josh Beckett 22
Sergio Mitre 10


Name Total
Dontrelle Willis 7
Josh Beckett 5
Guillermo Mota 4


Name Total
Kevin Gregg 3
Braden Looper 2
4 tied with 1

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