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It's an interesting question. Maybe someone else will do better research than me but a quick run through Marlins transactions as listed on their website indicates no compensatory player so I have to assume they took the cash option (which was listed as part of the deal, player or cash).

 

He now appears to be part of the Washington Nationals organization.

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It's an interesting question. Maybe someone else will do better research than me but a quick run through Marlins transactions as listed on their website indicates no compensatory player so I have to assume they took the cash option (which was listed as part of the deal, player or cash).

 

He now appears to be part of the Washington Nationals organization.

 

That's all I came up with too. He didn't even play at the major league level in '06. That may have had something to do with it. We will be recieving the new media guide with our seaon tickets this year. Hope we don't have to wait til then to find out this answer. LOL

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