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MIAMI (July 25, 2019) — FOX Sports Florida, the exclusive television home of the Miami Marlins, will premiere an all-new episode of “Inside the Marlins” on Sunday, July 28, upon conclusion of Miami’s game against the Arizona Diamondbacks. The Sunday debut of “Inside the Marlins: Youth Baseball and Softball” features host Kelly Saco providing viewers with a look at the Marlins efforts to help grow the sports at all age levels in South Florida.

The show features interviews with Marlins executives, including Senior Vice President of Marketing and Community Relations Elisa Padilla, Senior Director of Youth Baseball Angela Smith and Manager of Youth Baseball Jamal Knibbs. Fans will hear from local baseball and softball coaches, players and parents, and current Marlins and team alumni about the opportunities the team offers for children to learn the game. The show goes in-depth on the RBI program, which supplies equipment and provides free access for boys and girls to play, from tee-ball level all the way up to older teens playing softball and baseball.

Also on this episode of “Inside the Marlins,” FOX Sports Florida’s cameras were rolling at a pair of baseball and softball clinics at Marlins Park that featured Marlins teammates Nick Anderson, César Puello and José Quijada, in addition to former Marlins Alex Gonzalez, Alex Arias and Antonio Alfonseca. Saco, a former NCAA softball player at Syracuse University, also participated in teaching at the softball clinic, with an emphasis on pitching fundamentals. Rounding out the show is a look at the Pitch, Hit & Run competition at Marlins Park. Local kids competed for a chance to achieve national recognition at the MLB All-Star Week festivities. Representing the Marlins in Cleveland was 12-year-old Brady Blanks of Jupiter, who won first place nationally in his age division.

Watch “Inside the Marlins: Youth Baseball and Softball” Sunday afternoon on FOX Sports Florida and FOX Sports GO, and be sure to follow @FOXMarlins on Twitter and Instagram for exclusive Marlins content.
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For the Marlins, baseball season was done with the last out of the 4-3 victory against the Phillies on September 29. But for true Marlins fans, that last play had a different meaning: winter league ball was around the corner, and an opportunity to follow familiar Fish players in new uniforms was about to begin.

As of Sunday, there are 10 players from the organization in the WL adventure, split between the Mexican Pacific League (Liga Mexicana del Pacífico, LMP) and the Dominican Republic Professional Baseball League (Liga de Béisbol Profesional de la República Dominicana, LIDOM). The Fish Stripes “Offseason” section will continue to provide regular updates about their progress.

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Among pitchers, RHP Tayron Guerrero and LHP Mike Kickham have been the most interesting arms due to their performances.

Guerrero is wearing Tigres del Licey (DR) colors and has struck out seven in 5.2 innings of five hits and two earned runs. What’s causing a high WHIP (1.59) is his four walks. Opponents are batting for a .278 average and the flamethrower is carrying a 3.18 ERA.

Meanwhile, Kickham has notched a 0.82 ERA across 22.0 frames (four starts), with only 14 hits and two runs allowed with the Naranjeros de Hermosillo (MEX). Control is not a problem for the veteran lefty, who has walked three guys and punched out 18. Along with a 3-0 record, his OPP AVG shows as a brilliant .184.

On the younger side, Lewin Díaz is showing flashes of power for the Estrellas Orientales in his native Dominican Republic. MLB Pipeline ranks him 12th on their Marlins top prospects list.
Díaz, 22, has a .250 batting average (16-for-64), but has hit three doubles, a triple, and two home runs. The first baseman has recorded 10 runs batted and six bases on balls in 17 games. His slash line is at .250/.319/.422.

The Santiago native slugged 33 two-baggers plus 27 dingers with a .851 OPS across 121 appearances between Class-A Advanced and Double-A during the regular season. He was acquired from the Twins in the Sergio Romo trade last July.

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Rick Helling’s life changed forever because of American Legion baseball.

A 1989 Fargo Shanley High School graduate, Helling was set to play football at UND. But his sport switched after Helling and teammate Tim Sandy led Fargo Post 2 to a run to baseball’s American Legion World Series.

Helling, whose baseball background includes stints at Lakota High School and the Devils Lake American Legion program, reported to the UND football program after the 1989 World Series and spent a season as a redshirt freshman.

But then he turned his attention from football to baseball and the rest is history, as the right-hander became the most successful pitcher ever produced in North Dakota.

When Grand Forks hosts the North Dakota Class AA American Legion baseball tournament, beginning Friday, it marks 30 years since that run deep into the 1989 Legion postseason.

“Who knows where I would have been now,” the 48-year-old Helling said. “It’s hard to imagine. I was hoping I’d be good enough to play pro football. But chances of that were probably pretty slim.

“I probably would have played football at UND, finished school and gotten a regular job. Maybe I would have become an attorney. It’s crazy how if you come to a fork in the road, going left instead of right can change things.”

By 1994, Helling was pitching in the Major Leagues. He became the only North Dakota native to win 20 wins in a season, going 20-7 for the Texas Rangers in 1998.

In his 12-year Major League career, Helling won more games (93-81 record), started more games (234), pitched more innings (1,526.1) and struck out more batters (1,058) than any other North Dakota native. He pitched in the 2003 World Series for the champion Florida Marlins.

All this after deciding baseball, not football, was his future.

The attention of the professional scouts started to heat up after Helling pitched Fargo to a first-round win in the 1989 Legion World Series in Tennessee, a season in which he posted a 15-0 record.

“Some scouts saw me play in the region tournament and I think that opened some eyes,” Helling said. “I pitched and hit well and was named the region MVP.

“Then we got to the World Series and I beat Richmond, Va. A bunch of scouts came to me and coach (Jerry) Harter, asking where I was going to play. They told me I might have a future in baseball. That’s where it got started.

“I still think to this day that I was a better football player than baseball player back then. Football was my passion.”

At the end of his first semester at UND, Helling decided to join Sandy at a junior college in Illinois and switch from football to baseball.

The hardest part of leaving UND, he said, was telling head football coach Roger Thomas and assistant Rob Bollinger, who recruited Helling, of his plans.

“But they were awesome about it,” Helling said. “They told me they wanted the best for me, that if baseball didn’t work out they’d welcome me back. Now I see them and they laugh and say they thought I was crazy, giving up a full football scholarship.”

Helling played two years of baseball at Kishwaukee (Ill.) Junior College. From there, it was a year at Division I Stanford University before the Texas Rangers made Helling the 22nd overall selection in the 1992 MLB amateur draft.

In the meantime, Helling also made the USA team for the 1991 Pan Am Games and the 1992 Olympics.

“When I made the USA team in the summer of 1991, I think that’s when I realized I could do something in baseball,” Helling said.

“I went to tryout camp thinking I had no chance of making the team. I was only a few years removed from playing Legion ball in Fargo. But I made it and I guess it was then I felt there was maybe something in (baseball) for me.”

Helling retired after the 2006 season. That ended a vagabond baseball career that started growing up in Lakota, N.D., where as a sophomore Helling was starting third baseman on a Lakota team that won the 1987 Class B state high school tournament.

It included two years playing for the Devils Lake American Legion team before making the move to Fargo after his junior year at Lakota High School. He played two years for the Fargo Legion team.

Helling lives in the Twin Cities, working for the Major League Baseball Players’ Association for the past 10 years. He also spent several seasons as an assistant high school football coach.

“It’s amazing how time flies,” Helling said. “One of the most fun times I’ve had in sports was playing with those (Fargo Legion) guys. We had a great bunch, and my Legion team shaped who I am.

“Growing up in North Dakota, I wouldn’t trade that for anything.”

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Over 1,600 players reached 50 innings pitched during the 2019 Minor League Baseball season, from Triple-A all the way down to the various Rookie ball circuits. Out of all of those pitchers, a Marlins prospect ranked sixth overall in terms of strikeout percentage—sixth—and you may not even know his name. That prospect is reliever Alex Vesia, a 2018 17th-round draft pick from NCAA Divison II Cal State East Bay.

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You will not find Vesia on MLB Pipeline’s Top 30 Marlins prospects list, but you will find him in the bullpen during the Arizona Fall League’s Fall Stars Game on Saturday.

The distinction is the latest chapter in a dominant 2019 for the left-hander. Vesia started the year at Single-A Clinton after getting his feet wet with the GCL Marlins and Batavia Muckdogs the previous summer. In 19 appearances, the 23-year-old went 1-2 with a 2.56 ERA, 1.29 WHIP, and 51:17 strikeout-to-walk ratio. Those stats earned him a promotion to High-A Jupiter on June 20, but that would actually turn out to be his worst “slump” all season.

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With the Hammerheads Vesia pitched 18 2⁄3 innings, allowing only one walk compared to 24 punch-outs. He picked up one save in two attempts, and finished with a 4-0 record and a 1.93 ERA. Going from strength to strength, Vesia was promoted again on August 1, and did not allow a single run for the rest of the season. Over 16 1⁄3 frames at Double-A Jacksonville he struck out 25 batters and produced a WHIP of 0.55. Overall, Vesia posted a 1.76 ERA over 66 2⁄3 innings across three levels during the regular season, along with a 38.2 K% and 13.50 K/9. Just in case that did not impress, he has struck out 11 batters over 7 1⁄3 scoreless innings in the AFL thus far.

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The Miami Marlins need to solidify who’s going to be their backup catcher in 2020.
Jorge Alfaro is the undisputed starter for the 2020 Miami Marlins at backstop, but being a catcher in the majors is physically demanding. A backup catcher is important in that they can step in when the starter goes down, or give the starter an off day now and then.

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For two seasons now, Bryan Holaday has been a very solid backup to Alfaro and J.T. Realmuto before him. Holaday was weak at the plate in 2018, with a .205/.261/.258 slashline, but more than made up for it by leading the National League with a 45 percent kill-rate on runners trying to steal.

This past season, Holaday only nabbed 20 percent, but his hitting was much improved over 43 games, to the tune of a .278/.344/.435 line. In 668 1/3 innings combined between the two seasons, he was guilty of one error and two passed balls. That’s incredible, if you didn’t know already.

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Also logging time at catcher for the 2019 Miami Marlins were Chad Wallach, Tyler Heineman, and Wilkin Castillo. Will one of these four fill the coveted number two catcher roster spot for the Marlins? Will they dig deeper into the existing system? Will they look outside for help through free agency? How about a trade? We’ll have to wait and see how things develop in Spring Training, but in the meantime, we can make a few guesses.

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I went on about this at some length in an article a few days ago, here. The Crib notes version is this – J.D. Osborne is likely the best hitting catcher in the system, outside of Alfaro and the 2019 version of Holaday. Nick Fortes, Dustin Skelton, and Will Banfield all wait in the wings, with Banfield as the heir apparent to Alfaro in a few years. Down at the rookie level, Casey Combs and Cameron Barstad lurk, if one of the others don’t work out.

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As I’ve previously stated, I believe that Banfield is the answer to the long-term question behind the dish, and I think Skelton will shape into a fine backup in time. They won’t be ready for the 2020 season, so what about looking outside?

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Vesia may just be growing into a dominant closer on a currently closer-less team. While he was not often used in such a role in 2019, he displays all of the tools of a lock-down, late-inning specialist. He possesses a mid-90s fastball, has great control of the strike zone, and definitely owns a strikeout pitch. Only one of those things can be said about José Ureña, who posted a 9.00 ERA after being moved to the bullpen this year.

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All in all, the Marlins ‘pen is arguably the worst in MLB, the only one in the league that performed below replacement level in 2019, according to FanGraphs. The current talent level may be even lower than that suggests, moving forward without the services of Sergio Romo and Nick Anderson.

Continuing on this trajectory, Vesia is a potential major league call-up as early as next season. Easier said than done, though—fellow prospect Tommy Eveld looked to have similar promise after being acquired by trade from the Diamondbacks, but seemed to hit a wall (7.71 ERA) when he reached Triple-A and still hasn’t debuted at the highest level.

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In short, Alex Vesia is very, very good and could end up being one of the steals of the 2018 draft. The lefty should start to appear across the industry’s top prospect lists during the offseason. Look for Vesia to be seriously considered for a non-roster invite to 2020 Spring Training.