Dylan Floro

#36 RP / Miami Marlins / EXP: 3YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 205 lb Age: 30 College: None Bats/Throws -/-

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      Marlins' Dylan Floro: Chance for saves

      Dylan Floro is one of the top options for Miami's next save chance, Craig Mish of SportsGrid.com reports.It sounds like Anthony Bass won't be getting the next save chance after blowing his first two chances of the season. Mish also mentions Yimi Garcia as another top option to get save chances going forward. General manager Kim Ng orchestrated the trade to get Floro from the Dodgers this past offseason. He has not allowed a run while striking out four over 3.1 innings this season.

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      Marlins' Dylan Floro: Strong start to season

      Dylan Floro has yet to give an earned run in 3.1 innings over four appearances this season, recording a 4:1 K:BB and one hold.The right-hander has arguably been Miami's best reliever through the first week of the year. Floro's effectiveness stands in stark contrast to the struggles of closer Anthony Bass, and while manager Don Mattingly doesn't seem inclined to make a change in the ninth inning just yet, Floro is positioning himself to be in the saves mix if Bass does lose the job. Yimi Garcia (2.25 ERA, 3:2 K:BB in 4.0 IP) has been the Miami Marlins' primary eighth-inning arm, however, and could be ahead of Floro in the pecking order for closer duties.

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      Marlins' Dylan Floro: Ticketed for setup role

      Dylan Floro is expected to be the Miami Marlins' primary seventh-inning pitcher to begin the season, Jordan McPherson of The Miami Herald reports.Manager Don Mattingly prefers set roles for his high-leverage crew, and Floro will apparently be the bridge to Yimi Garcia and Anthony Bass in the eighth and ninth innings, respectively. Floro got a late start to his spring but has posted a 3:1 K:BB in 3.2 Grapefruit League innings, and his 2.59 ERA and 1.11 WHIP for the Dodgers in 2020 suggest he can be effective, if not exactly dominant, for Miami.

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      Marlins' Dylan Floro: Slated to pitch Monday

      Miami Marlins manager Don Mattingly said Dylan Floro (undisclosed) would be available out of the bullpen for Monday's Grapefruit League game against the Astros, Christina De Nicola of MLB.com reports.Floro looks poised to make his spring debut after the Marlins delayed his entry into the pitching schedule while he dealt with some soreness earlier in camp. After mostly working in middle innings as a member of a deep Dodgers bullpen in 2020, Floro is expected to pitch in more high-leverage situations for a Marlins squad lacking in established relief options. He could even factor into the mix for saves, though Anthony Bass is probably the most likely candidate to open the season as the Marlins' primary closer.

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      Marlins' Dylan Floro: Could see game action soon

      Dylan Floro has been dealing with soreness and has yet to pitch in a Grapefruit League game, although he has thrown live batting practice sessions, Jordan McPherson of The Miami Herald reports. "Dylan had just a little bit of soreness, and we wanted to make sure we got him back on track, and he is," Miami Marlins manager Don Mattingly said last week.Acquired from the Dodgers in the offseason, Floro's name has come up in the closer discussion for Miami, but he hasn't yet gotten a chance to show his new team what he can do on a mound. There's still enough time for the right-hander to get ready for Opening Day, but his role in the bullpen remains undetermined.

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      Marlins' Dylan Floro: In mix for saves

      Dylan Floro was mentioned by manager Don Mattingly on Monday as someone he thought could handle save opportunities, Barry Jackson of The Miami Herald reports.Anthony Bass and Yimi Garcia are thought to be the favorites for late-inning work in the Miami bullpen, but Floro might pitch his way into the picture with a strong spring. The right-hander is still looking for his first career save, but he's coming off a solid 2020 campaign with the Dodgers in which he posted a 2.59 ERA and 1.11 WHIP over 24.1 innings.

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      Marlins' Dylan Floro: Moves to Miami

      Dylan Floro was traded from the Dodgers to the Miami Marlins on Friday in exchange for Alex Vesia and an undisclosed prospect, Jeff Passan of ESPN.com reports.Floro doesn't have the strikeout stuff of a bullpen ace, striking out just 20.2 percent of opposing batters over the course of his five-year career, but he's had success nonetheless, posting a 3.33 ERA for his career and a 2.59 ERA in 24.1 innings last season. His 53.7 percent groundball rate has helped him keep runs off the board despite a modest amount of whiffs. That's typically a profile better suited for middle relief than high-leverage work, but the Marlins' bullpen isn't exactly full of big names, so it's entirely possible he picks up his first career save this season.

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      Dodgers' Dylan Floro: Avoids arbitration with Dodgers

      Dylan Floro and the Los Angeles Dodgers agreed to a one-year deal worth $975,000 dollars to avoid arbitration, Robert Murray of FanSided.com reports.Floro was a workhorse out of the bullpen for the Dodgers during the 2020 season, working 24.1 innings in 25 appearances. He was quite effective as well, posting a 2.59 ERA and 1.11 WHIP with 19 strikeouts. Floro isn't likely to factor into the saves picture for the team.

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      Dodgers' Dylan Floro: Dropped from roster

      The Los Angeles Dodgers didn't include Dylan Floro on their 28-man roster for the wild-card series with the Brewers that begins Wednesday, Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports.Los Angeles is likely banking on Walker Buehler and Clayton Kershaw to work deep into their starts in the first two games of the series, lessening the need to keep Floro on the roster as a low-leverage reliever. Floro still earned a spot on the Dodgers' taxi squad, so he could be an option to join the roster later in the postseason.

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      Dodgers' Dylan Floro: May pitch less in late innings

      Dylan Floro could see fewer late-inning opportunities in 2020, Rowan Kavner of Dodger Insider reports.Floro logged 22 innings of work in the eighth frame or later last season, accounting for nearly half of his 46.2-inning total. He was only mildly effective in those situations, however, yielding 10 earned runs (for a 4.02 ERA) and compiling an 18:9 K:BB. With Kenley Jansen locked in as the team's closer, Pedro Baez emerging as a reliable setup man and Blake Treinen brought in for high-leverage work, Floro's opportunities are likely to come primarily in middle relief when the 2020 campaign gets underway.