Even after the grand moves made at the winter meetings earlier this offseason, the Marlins have still expressed interest in acquiring more talent. Most notably, the team is after another starting pitcher, and maybe some outfield help. Right now, the trade market for starting pitchers is not as extensive as the Marlins would like it to be, and it may take giving up quite a bit of young talent as compensation in a trade.
If you think yes, or if they will sign free agent:
As far as outfielders, the team signed Aaron Rowand to a minor league deal with an invitation to Spring Training. They will test him out in centerfield. Right now, Logan Morrison is the starting left fielder, and Mike Stanton is in right.
Whatever the case may be, the Marlins still have voids to fill and questions to answer as we ring in the New Year, which will be a milestone year for Miami.
3 thoughts on “Questions Remain Unanswered”
I’d want Carlos Zambrano as far away from my organization as possible. After seeing his temper in that game against the Braves, I’m not sure if he is more of a liability or an asset.
That’s exactly the way I, and most other fans, feel about Zambrano. Miami will already have Ozzie Guillen attracting the media, we don’t need another liability.
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