Whether or not he’ll get to pitch on Tuesday night remains to be seen, but starting pitcher Sandy Alcantara will be the Miami Marlins’ lone representative in Cleveland for the 2019 Major League Baseball All-Star Game.
Over the years, the Marlins have had a number of different All-Stars. The time on the field for some was longer than for others, but starters and reserves alike have performed admirably in competition with baseball’s best talent.
Here’s a look at the 10 all-time best performances by Florida/Miami Marlins in the All-Star Game.
July 15, 2003 in Chicago
Stats: 1-for-1, double
During what would be a world championship year for the Florida Marlins, third baseman Mike Lowell was one of three Marlins to make the All-Star Game at U.