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Saturday, February 15, 2014

2014 FANTASY BASEBALL INSIDER PROSPECT WATCH: ANDREW HEANEY SP MIAMI MARLINS

                                                            

Despite being one of the most criticized major league outfits due to their massive firesales over the years and the fact that just one season after opening up a new ballpark, the team sold off three of the prime free agents they had signed just on year earlier, there is no denying the fact that the Miami Marlins have annually had one of the more fertile farm systems in all of baseball.  Going back to the days of Josh Beckett, Josh Johnson, and A.J. Burnett all the way up to the present day stars who came out of their minor leagues such as Giancarlo Stanton and Jose Fernandez, the Marlins seem to have a clear idea on how to prepare players for the major leagues.  With an opening in the fifth spot of the rotation for this season, it appears they are ready once again to promote one of their top prospects at an age when many other organizations shy away form making such a move.  News quickly came out during the first day of the team's camp that top lefty pitching prospect Andrew Heaney would be given every chance to claim that fifth starter's spot and become the team's first consistent southpaw in the rotation since the days of Scott Olsen.  Despite Heaney's lofty status in the Marlins organization, he is not exactly well-known yet in fantasy baseball circles.  So now if clearly the perfect time to delve in a bit deeper on Heaney to find out what he is all about and what he could possibly provide his fantasy baseball owners this season.

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