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JUPITER -- The Florida Marlins today announced the following roster moves: infielders Robert Andino and Admin Barnes, outfielders Jeremy Hermida and Mike Colangelo, catcher Ryan Jorgensen, and pitchers Bryan Corey and Frank Castillo were re-assigned to minor league camp. The announcement was made by Senior Vice President and General Manager Admin Beinfest.

 

These moves leave the Marlins with 37 players in Major League camp.

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I think either Treanor will get the back up and we'll have Willingham or Lenny be the emergency catchers or we'll keep both De Felice and Treanor on the big league roster. I have a feeling they want to allow Jorg to start in AAA and improve his hitting so that he can make it up to the big show soon as a backup.

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I think either Treanor will get the back up and we'll have Willingham or Lenny be the emergency catchers or we'll keep both De Felice and Treanor on the big league roster. I have a feeling they want to allow Jorg to start in AAA and improve his hitting so that he can make it up to the big show soon as a backup.

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Harris can't make the final roster. Spring Training has to count for something when making the roster, and a .138 average is bleh.

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Lenny Harris was hitless in four at-bats tonight and is 4-for-29 with no extra-base hits this spring.

It's a good thing Harris no longer has to compete for jobs. He's still expected to be Florida's 25th man.

 

Rotoworld

 

I jsut don't get it...retire already Lenny

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Harris can't make the final roster.? Spring Training has to count for something when making the roster, and a .138 average is bleh.

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Lenny Harris was hitless in four at-bats tonight and is 4-for-29 with no extra-base hits this spring.

It's a good thing Harris no longer has to compete for jobs. He's still expected to be Florida's 25th man.

 

Rotoworld

 

I jsut don't get it...retire already Lenny

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Well Lenny is reliable whenever Jack may think the Marlins have a rally that is lasting too long. :confused

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Let the man be on the roster.

 

None of you seemed to mind when he was giving a spark to the team when he was in the lineup for a week or when he was playing the role of Gagne Slayer.

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Lenny can stay on the roster... if

1. He gets no at bats,

2. Willingham is the back-up catcher, and

3. we trade Matt Perisho for Brooks Kieschnick (sp?)

 

 

Castillo is going to prove to be mighty valuable reserve in AAA, but hopefully never has to pitch in the majors this year.

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Harris can't make the final roster. Spring Training has to count for something when making the roster, and a .138 average is bleh.

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Delgado is only hitting .111 in spring training, looks like we're gonna have to leave him off the opening day roster :plain.

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Harris can't make the final roster.? Spring Training has to count for something when making the roster, and a .138 average is bleh.

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Delgado is only hitting .111 in spring training, looks like we're gonna have to leave him off the opening day roster :plain.

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Delgado is a proven MVP caliber player and had a two run double tonight. Harris is a proven .200 hitter and grounded into a double play tonight.

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Harris can't make the final roster. Spring Training has to count for something when making the roster, and a .138 average is bleh.

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Delgado is only hitting .111 in spring training, looks like we're gonna have to leave him off the opening day roster :plain.

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Delgado is a proven MVP caliber player and had a two run double tonight. Harris is a proven .200 hitter and grounded into a double play tonight.

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Lenny Harris ain't nicknamed "all-time" for nothing.

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Harris can't make the final roster.? Spring Training has to count for something when making the roster, and a .138 average is bleh.

720500[/snapback]

 

Delgado is only hitting .111 in spring training, looks like we're gonna have to leave him off the opening day roster :plain.

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Delgado is a proven MVP caliber player and had a two run double tonight. Harris is a proven .200 hitter and grounded into a double play tonight.

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Lenny Harris ain't nicknamed "all-time" for nothing.

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Teams don't normally release 40+ year old players who hit .211 for nothing.

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Harris can't make the final roster.? Spring Training has to count for something when making the roster, and a .138 average is bleh.

720500[/snapback]

 

Delgado is only hitting .111 in spring training, looks like we're gonna have to leave him off the opening day roster :plain.

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Delgado is a proven MVP caliber player and had a two run double tonight. Harris is a proven .200 hitter and grounded into a double play tonight.

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Harris is the all-time pinch hit leader, he has proven he can hit of the bench.

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