2003 Florida Marlins Roster

National League (NL)
Team Record: 91-71
Finished 2nd in the NL's East Division
Attendance: 1,303,214, Avg. 16,290
Ballpark: Pro Player Stadium
Won World Series
National League Division Series - Defeated San Francisco Giants 3-1
National League Championship Series - Defeated Chicago Cubs 4-3
World Series - Defeated New York Yankees 4-2
Manager: Jeff Torborg (16-22)
Manager: Jack McKeon (75-49)
Location: Miami, Florida
2003 Florida Marlins Statistics
2003 Florida Marlins Results

The Florida Marlins of the National League ended the 2003 season with a record of 91 wins and 71 losses, finishing second in the NL's East Division.

The Marlins scored 751 runs and allowed 692 runs. Mike Lowell walloped 32 home runs for Florida, while Derrek Lee, Ivan Rodriguez, Juan Encarnacion and Alex Gonzalez each swatted 20 or more, too. Mike Lowell drove in 105 runs. Luis Castillo led all regular hitters by hitting .314. Brad Penny, Mark Redman and Dontrelle Willis topped the team with 14 wins each, and Josh Beckett recorded a 3.04 ERA, best among regularly-used pitchers.

Jeff Torborg and Jack McKeon coached the team. The 2003 Florida Marlins won the World Series.

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Player Pos. Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Chad AllenLFRRFebruary 6, 19756'1"195Dallas, TX USA
Armando AlmanzaPLLOctober 26, 19726'3"205El Paso, TX USA
Juan AlvarezPLLAugust 9, 19736'1"180Coral Gables, FL USA
Brian BanksLFBRSeptember 28, 19706'3"200Mesa, AZ USA
Josh BeckettPRRMay 15, 19806'5"230Spring, TX USA
Toby BorlandPRRMay 29, 19696'6"186Ruston, LA USA
Nate BumpPLRJuly 24, 19766'2"195Towanda, PA USA
A. J. BurnettPRRJanuary 3, 19776'4"230North Little Rock, AR USA
Miguel CabreraLFRRApril 18, 19836'4"249Maracay, Ar Venezuela
Luis Castillo2BBRSeptember 12, 19755'11"145San Pedro de Macoris, Sa D.R.
Ramon CastroCRRMarch 1, 19766'3"240Vega Baja, P.R.
Jeff ConineLFRRJune 27, 19666'1"205Tacoma, WA USA
Juan EncarnacionRFRRMarch 8, 19766'2"160Las Matas de Farfan, Sa D.R.
Andy FoxIFLRJanuary 12, 19716'4"205Sacramento, CA USA
Chad FoxPRRSeptember 3, 19706'2"180Coronado, CA USA
Alex GonzalezSSRRFebruary 15, 19776'1"210Cagua, Ar Venezuela
Lenny HarrisRFLROctober 28, 19645'10"195Miami, FL USA
Rick HellingPRRDecember 15, 19706'3"215Devils Lake, ND USA
Todd HollandsworthLFLLApril 20, 19736'2"193Dayton, OH USA
Derrek Lee1BRRSeptember 6, 19756'5"240Sacramento, CA USA
Allen LevraultPRRAugust 15, 19776'3"240Fall River, MA USA
Braden LooperPRROctober 28, 19746'4"210Weatherford, OK USA
Mike Lowell3BRRFebruary 24, 19746'4"195San Juan, P.R.
Mike MordecaiIFRRDecember 13, 19675'11"175Birmingham, AL USA
Blaine NealPLRApril 6, 19786'5"205Marlton, NJ USA
Vladimir NunezPRRMarch 15, 19756'5"235La Habana, La Cuba
Kevin OlsenPRRJuly 26, 19766'2"200Covina, CA USA
Carl PavanoPRRJanuary 8, 19766'5"265New Britain, CT USA
Brad PennyPRRMay 24, 19786'4"270Blackwell, OK USA
Tommy PhelpsPLLMarch 4, 19746'3"190Seoul, Se South Korea
Juan PierreCFLLAugust 14, 19775'10"180Mobile, AL USA
Mark RedmanPLLJanuary 5, 19746'5"220San Diego, CA USA
Mike RedmondCRRMay 5, 19716'1"185Seattle, WA USA
Ivan RodriguezCRRNovember 27, 19715'9"205Manati, P.R.
Tim SpooneybargerPRROctober 21, 19796'3"190San Diego, CA USA
Michael TejeraPLLOctober 18, 19765'9"175La Habana, La Cuba
Ugueth UrbinaPRRFebruary 15, 19746'2"185Caracas, Di Venezuela
Justin WaynePRRApril 16, 19796'3"200Honolulu, HI USA
Gerald WilliamsLFRRAugust 10, 19666'2"190New Orleans, LA USA
Dontrelle WillisPLLJanuary 12, 19826'2"230Oakland, CA USA