No, the Marlins have spent the 2nd fewest in the draft. That's a fact. You're the one spinning it for reasons. And you keep only focusing on the 1st round where we sign for slot, while ignoring the rest of the draft. We rarely sign high upside guys in the later rounds, mostly focusing on college filler for our system. Spending more money doesn't automatically make you better, but having less money puts you in a worse position than having more money. And Beinfest's hands were likely tied in that regard in the draft.