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From the "other board":

 

When the Marlins acquired Jose Ceda for Kevin Gregg two off-seasons ago, Admin Beinfest and company envisioned the hard-throwing Dominican righty to be a key addition to the back end of the Florida Marlins already flame throwing bullpen. Their envisions could still happen, just not as soon as they though. Ceda has yet to throw a pitch for the Marlins organization after undergoing shoulder surgery last season and has been stuck in extended spring training to start off the 2010 campaign. Ceda's Marlins debut could possibly be tonight as he has been assigned to Greensboro Grasshoppers of the South Atlantic League from the Jacksonville Suns 7-day disabled list.

Expect Ceda to spend a little time in Greensboro before being moved to High-A Jupiter as he is on a slow recovery from shoulder surgery. It is unknown where Ceda will finish the year but he could make it back to Double-A Jacksonville before it's all said and done.

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As nny pointed out on the other board, Ceda is already on the 40 man, so odds are in his favor.

 

 

He's pitched 7 professional innings in two years. I can't see him making it to the show that fast.

 

Although you have to start getting pretty damn excited if he is all the way back, because him, Marinez, Jennings, Sanabia, and let's say Tucker stops being an asshole, start turning the short and long term bullpen situation around very fast.

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Ceda pitched well last night and even picked up the win.

 

2 innings, 1 hit, 1 walk, 4 strikeouts. Pitched a scoreless inning Wednesday also.

 

So far on the year 11 innings, 3.27 era, 1.00 whip, 10/2 K/BB, and 2 HR allowed (which we'll give a pass for now).

 

Pretty impressive after a year and a half off. I'm very optimistic about Marinez, Ceda, and Jennings turning into big time RP prospects.

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So far on the year 11 innings, 3.27 era, 1.00 whip, 10/2 K/BB, and 2 HR allowed (which we'll give a pass for now).

 

Pretty impressive after a year and a half off. I'm very optimistic about Marinez, Ceda, and Jennings turning into big time RP prospects.

 

 

I also think Wade Korpi could be a good LOOGY.

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