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Jarrod Saltalamacchia signs

Discussion in 'Miami Marlins' started by Larry, Dec 3, 2013.

  1. jsprt05

    jsprt05 Hammerhead

    Where do you guys think Salty will slot into the batting lineup?

    Obviously more moves could be made, but as of now I don't see how he could hit lower than 5th/6th.
  2. BenderRobot

    BenderRobot Hello! VIP

    Sign Napoli, trade Morrison + pitcher for a third baseman/shortstop, sign Michael Young to play somewhere in the infield on a one year deal.

    IDK, I'm just throwing ideas out there.
  3. SixYearItch

    SixYearItch Grasshopper

    He had 40 doubles in 121 games last yr, hoping he'll be a doubles machine
  4. gizmo

    gizmo RALLY, BITCH

    Saw this on twitter, but Carlos Ruiz got 3/26 compared to Salty's 3/21. Much rather have Salty.
    mystikol87 and Wild Card like this.
  5. Entendu

    Entendu sXe

    3/21 isn't as bad as I thought. This is a pretty good signing if he can give us 2 WAR per year.
  6. MrMarlinPride

    MrMarlinPride Unsung Hero

    Absolutely getting a Marlins Saltalamacchia jersey shirt
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  7. Backin2008

    Backin2008 Backin2008

    One gigantic black hole is filled. Salty isn't a good defensive catcher, but he can hit. I like this move for the Fish.
  8. h2r09

    h2r09 Hammerhead

    love this deal by the fish both because of the player and the money. great deal for a solid catcher that leaves us one less hole in the lineup when he plays for only 7 mill a year? fantastic.

    I would love to see what our plans for 3b are for next season but I think we need to trade morrison and upgrade 1b and then sign a stop gap 3b to play until moran is ready next year.

    Our catching situation is actually kind of great now with the defensive minded mathis as well as the more offensive minded salty. Also he was my baseball coach at bucky dent baseball school quite a long time ago but that is kind of irrelevant.
  9. Rydawg

    Rydawg Hammerhead

    Salty is not a bad defensive catcher.
  10. Wild Card

    Wild Card Batting Third

    We got Salty, AND didn't have to give him a blank check.

    Ain't that some s***?
  11. jsprt05

    jsprt05 Hammerhead

    Who knows, but don't underestimate the role that being close to home played in this deal.
  12. h2r09

    h2r09 Hammerhead


    Think we might need one more power bat at 3b. I feel like we are missing about 25 hr's barring a power surge from Lomo or Ozuna breaking out this year or Yelich showing more power than anticipated.
  13. Entendu

    Entendu sXe

    I think it's official now.
  14. Fish4Life

    Fish4Life Do you bleed Marlins Baseball?

    3/21 for Salty
  15. FutureGM

    FutureGM All Star

    Ruiz got that money because Ruben Amaro is arguably the worst GM in baseball and he loves to overpay for 'his guys'. Remember that he signed Ruiz immediately after the season ended with no negotiation.
  16. Wild Card

    Wild Card Batting Third

    I think that, and the third year, played the biggest role.
  17. Anonymous

    Anonymous Sun

    Didn't Salty have medical issues, as well? Maybe that drove his price down.

    Absolutely hate this mans last name, btw.
  18. Wild Card

    Wild Card Batting Third

    I refuse to learn how to spell it.

    Salty it is.
  19. BenderRobot

    BenderRobot Hello! VIP


    It's as easy as Mientkiewicz and Alburquerque.

    And Grudzielanek.
  20. Wild Card

    Wild Card Batting Third

    And Hechavarria

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