Best Miami Marlins Player
Miami Marlins

In baseball, the pitcher is the most important man on the diamond. This season, José Ureña was the Marlins' Opening Day starter. Though he didn't start the 2019 season as hot as he ended the last, his 2018 record was impressive: Ureña compiled a 3.98 ERA and 130 strikeouts in 174 innings pitched. At 27 years old, he's in his prime, and if the Marlins rebuild goes as planned, he could be a frontline starter for a World Series contender.

Best Florida Panthers Player
Eliot J. Schechter / Florida Panthers

The man who calls himself "JonnyHuby11" on Twitter kills it on the ice. The Florida Panthers' 2011 third-overall pick was expected to be pretty good at playing hockey, but Huberdeau is putting in elite-level work. The Panthers forward tallied 92 points last season on 30 goals and 62 assists — all career highs. Though the Panthers as a team didn't achieve the success they'd hoped for, Huberdeau is the sort of player who keeps fans and the front office confident that the Cats are on the cusp of something great.

Best Of Miami®

Best Of Miami®