But the Marlins have their own rising star in Giancarlo Stanton.
Manager Mike Redmond, who retired as a player in 2010, sees a passing of the torch.
"That's the new crop of great young players, the great young talented players," Redmond said. "You've kind of had a changeover over the last few years. Some of the older guys, who had been around for a long time, they're retiring, like Chipper Jones.
"The new guys are coming in, and they're exciting. It's good for the game of baseball to see the young guys to come up and have success. Hopefully, they don't have too much success against us."
Joe Frisaro is a reporter for MLB.com. He writes a blog, called The Fish Pond. Follow him on Twitter