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The 2008-09 Offseason Moves


Erick

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Just figured I'd make a thread of the offseason moves in general...and we can discuss the team in general, where people might want to put down their expected roster, the money, etc.

 

Anyways, thus far this offseason, we've got a lot of action from the front office.

 

Out

1B/DH - Mike Jacobs (28) : .*247/.299/.514 (MLB)

LHP - Scott Olsen (24) : 8-11, 4.20 ERA, 1.31 WHIP, 69 BB/113 K's in 201.2 innings (MLB)

LF - Josh Willingham (29) : .254/.364/.470 (MLB)

RHP - Kevin Gregg (30) : 7-8, 29/38 (Svs/Opps.), 3.41 ERA, 1.28 WHIP, 37 BB/58 K's in 68.2 innings (MLB)

P - Mark Hendrickson (34) : 7-8, 5.45 ERA, 1.47 WHIP, 48 BB/81 K's in 133.2 innings (MLB)

OF - Luis Gonzalez (40) : .261/.336/.413 (MLB)

C/1B/LF - Paul Lo Duca (36) : .243/.321/.295 (MLB)

P - Sergio Mitre (27) : 5-8, 4.65 ERA, 1.48 WHIP, 41 BB/80 K's in 149 innings (MLB, '07 stats)...DNP in '08

P - Arthur Rhodes (39) : 4-1, 24 holds, 2.04 ERA, 1.25 WHIP, 16 BB/40 K's in 35.1 innings (MLB)

 

In

RHP - Leo Nunez (25) : 4-1, 7 holds, 2.98 ERA, 1.24 WHIP, 15 BB/26 K's in 48.1 innings (MLB)

LHP - Dan Meyer (26) : 10-5, 4.48 ERA, 1.35 WHIP, 52 BB/109 K's in 122.2 innings (AAA)

Util - Emilio Bonifacio (23) : .302/.348/.387 in 367 AB's at (AAA) / .243/.296/.337 in 169 AB's at (MLB)

RHP - P.J. Dean (20) : 4-1, 1.57 ERA, .91 WHIP, 16 BB's/34 K's in 46 innings at (A-)

SS - Jake Smolinski (19) : .261/.338/.402 in 184 AB's at (Wan A)

RHP - Jose Ceda (21) : 2-1, 9 saves, 2.08 ERA, 1.32 WHIP, 14 BB's/42 K's in 30.1 innings (AA)*

 

*2008 statistics*

 

NOTE: I will update the page for free agent signings.

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good idea... but for completeness' sake:

 

OUT

Sergio Mitre

Paul Lo Duca

Luis Gonzalez

Arthur Rhodes

Mark Hendrickson

 

RETAINED/SIGNED FOR 2009:

Hanley Ramirez

Andrew Miller

Wes Helms

 

 

Rhodes can't be counted out YET, he is in negotiations with the team as we speak.

 

In my view, they are free agents with no actual connection to the Marlins; so, they are out until they are back in. This is really just semantics, though.

Do you have a link about the negotiations? Everything I've heard had said that the Marlins hadn't even contacted Arthur Rhodes.

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