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The Rangers and Indians are reportedly showing interest in Scott Olsen.

 

The Marlins could trade Olsen and still have a rotation of Ricky Nolasco, Josh Johnson, Chris Volstad, Anibal Sanchez and Andrew Miller, so it's something they will explore. One option is to deal him for a catcher to start over John Baker, and the Rangers and Indians are both potential matches there with Gerald Laird, Jarrod Saltalamacchia and Kelly Shoppach possibly available. However, early indications are that the Rangers won't trade Salty for Olsen straight up. Perhaps if the Marlins

 

source: rotoworld.com

 

Salty for Gregg and Olsen?

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The Rangers and Indians are reportedly showing interest in Scott Olsen.

 

The Marlins could trade Olsen and still have a rotation of Ricky Nolasco, Josh Johnson, Chris Volstad, Anibal Sanchez and Andrew Miller, so it's something they will explore. One option is to deal him for a catcher to start over John Baker, and the Rangers and Indians are both potential matches there with Gerald Laird, Jarrod Saltalamacchia and Kelly Shoppach possibly available. However, early indications are that the Rangers won't trade Salty for Olsen straight up. Perhaps if the Marlins

 

source: rotoworld.com

 

Salty for Gregg and Olsen?

 

I would rather trade Gregg and Olsen separately unless it was for an incredible return.

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he Marlins are not done dealing. The Rangers and Indians are among the clubs that have inquired about lefty Scott Olsen. But the Rangers don't appear willing to part with young catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia (Royal Palm Beach) in a straight-up deal for Olsen, who is being "actively shopped," according to a source.

 

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The Rangers could have interest in closer Kevin Gregg as well, another source said, but that could depend on who they choose as their next pitching coach. Regardless, the two clubs should have plenty to talk about when the general managers' meetings open Monday in Dana Point, Calif.

 

Thats from the Sun-Sentinel

 

http://www.sun-sentinel.com/sports/basebal...,0,739756.story

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