Marlins pitcher Jarred Cosart has changed agents and is now represented by the Boras Corporation, ESPN’s Jerry Crasnick tweets. The 25-year-old Cosart is not yet eligible for arbitration this winter, but he has just over two years of service time and could be eligible next offseason if he spends most of 2016 in the Majors.
In 2015, Cosart split his time between Miami and the minors. In the big leagues, he pitched 69 2/3 innings, working mostly as a starter, and posted a 4.52 ERA, 6.1 K/9 and 4.3 BB/9. Along the way, he also missed a chunk of the season due to vertigo. He’s already been involved in two significant trades in his young career, heading from Philadelphia to Houston in the Hunter Pence deal in 2011 and then to Miami as the key piece the Marlins received when they traded Colin Moran and Jake Marisnick.