everyone make a valiant effort to resist the sarcasm... Okay roster's basically set, lots of new faces around. So pick a Marlins major leaguer and minor leaguer that will surprise for 2014. Call it a minor breakthrough season, player to watch, whatever. Define it however you like... just not really looking for Jose Fernandez and Stanton here. Could just be a player we thought would be awful turning out to be average, doesn't have to be a youngster either. Whatever you want. I'm going with Marcell Ozuna for the Marlins and Mark Canha in the minors. My expectations aren't really high but even marginal improvements from these two could really help. Ozuna will likely always have to battle strikeout issues, but I'll say the homers start to show up this season so the slugging and defense will balance out the on-base side. Something like a .250/.300/.420 line would be promising, with his outfield defense that's a good start. Yelich will get more attention (deservedly so) but feel like there's more room for growth with Marcell. There are a lot of arms in the minors to sort through but position players are really thin right now so I'm going to pick a bat. Always liked Mark Canha and I feel like "good but not great" college hitters with a good eye for the strike zone get a bad rap because going through the minors they're usually old for their level unless they're super-prospects. Sort of the flip side to Ozuna, Canha appears to have the hit tool and he'll draw walks, even if he's only giving you homers in the teens. Think he could probably give you Gaby Sanchez-ish help, which isn't sexy but in the right situation could be useful and cheap. Garret Jones has 1B now so not sure if Mark will see the majors this season but could be a platoon option (.313/.406/.527/.933 in AA vs LHP). There's really nothing else in the organization at 1B so if his numbers tick up a bit in AAA he could find himself part of the picture soon.