A six-pack of Marlins notes on a Wednesday: ▪ Beyond overall player development, one of the priorities this season needs to be identifying players who can be long-term pieces — players who will be in the lineup or starting rotation when the Marlins are ready to win again. Brian Anderson is near the top of that list, after catcher J.T. Realmuto (if he isn't traded). Anderson has thrived at third base and right field, hit for average (.311), driven in 32 runs, performed exceptionally with runners in scoring position (.417) and gone about his work diligently. And impressed owner Derek Jeter along the way. “He's doing a tremendous job,” Jeter said. “Trust me when I say this because I played infield.