Jon Berti Miami Marlins

Age: 32 (January 22, 1990) | 5' 10" | 190lbs. | Bats: Right 2B-27 3B-46 SS-2 OF-12 CF-9 RF-7
Tm Lg YEAR G AB R H BB SO 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BA OBP SLG BB% SO% BABIP G/L/F % $4x4 $5x5
TOR AA 2018 72 277 55 87 29 46 13 7 8 42 21 9 .314 .399 .498 9 15 .354 n/a
- AAA 2018 29 68 11 15 9 16 1 0 0 4 8 1 .221 .325 .235 11 20 .283 n/a
TOR AL 2018 4 15 2 4 0 4 1 1 0 2 1 0 .267 .267 .467 0 27 .364 45/36/18 1 1
MIA AAA 2019 22 62 14 18 15 11 1 0 4 8 5 0 .290 .430 .500 19 14 .292 n/a
MIA NL 2019 73 256 52 70 24 73 14 1 6 24 17 3 .273 .348 .406 8 25 .360 53/26/21 14 14
MIA NL 2020 39 120 21 31 23 37 5 0 2 14 9 2 .258 .388 .350 15 26 .354 53/20/27 19 17
MIA NL 2021 85 233 35 49 32 61 10 1 4 19 8 4 .210 .311 .313 12 23 .265 59/20/21 5 6
MIA NL 2022 48 159 29 43 23 40 8 2 2 16 25 2 .270 .368 .384 12 22 .347 52/20/28 18 15
Career 5yrs 249 783 139 197 102 215 38 5 14 75 60 11 .252 .346 .367 11 24 .327 n/a
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Robert Ackerman's Free Agent Watch: Week 11 at BP:

Jon Berti, 2B/3B, Marlins (Yahoo: 54%, ESPN: 14%)

I love Jon Berti. He’s taken over the everyday third base job in Miami with Brian Anderson out and is excelling since the start of June. He has 14 stolen bases in 18 games this month, more than all but three teams, besides his own! Other than the Marlins, only the Rangers (20), Mariners (15), and Guardians (15) had more steals this month than Berti entering Monday. His 18 swipes are tied with Julio Rodríguez for most in the majors—and Berti’s reached that clip in 30 fewer games than the Seattle rookie.

Berti’s versatility means he will always be an option for the Marlins’ offense, which has struggled for much of the season. He’s batting leadoff more lately—six times in his last 17 games—and is a perfect sparkplug. It’s a small sample, but he’s slashing a healthy .306/.382/.469 with two home runs, nine stolen bases, and six RBI out of that spot this season.

The risk in adding Berti is that this stretch is his peak, and he will soon quiet down without reaching his zenith again. He’s never had more than 287 plate appearances in a season, despite playing for middling Marlins teams throughout his career. But playing in a low offense season gives Berti more upside. He doesn’t have to hit any home runs, so long has he continues to get on base, swipe some bags, and score a few runs.

Alex Patton Alex
Jun 21

Bangs out two hits against the Mets, swipes two bases to move three ahead of Edman for the NL lead. Before the stat feed, has earned $12 and $10. G/L/F 50/19/31. BABIP .359.

Alex Patton Alex
Jun 19
2020: EV 86.6 HardHit 34% Barrel 4% HR/FB 9% LA 7.2 Pull 36% Cent 38% Oppo 26%
2021: EV 87.1 HardHit 38% Barrel 2% HR/FB 11% LA 1.9 Pull 32% Cent 34% Oppo 34%
Alex Patton Alex
Dec 16 '21