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Or make a big trade. Like acquiring Justin Ruggiano. We go through the same f***ing sh*t every year.

 

 

To be fair to the front office, I don't think it'd be wise to unload the minor league system for a big piece right now if one was even available. They need to turn things around first because right now there are too many holes.

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It's already too late but whom can they bring up?

 

P.S. What about Gaby and Lomo?

Is Ramirez close to mature and provide consistency and at least .275 average?

Is a solid major league catcher available with at least .200 BA?

This hole is too wide.

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It's already too late but whom can they bring up?

 

 

I'm assuming it'll be Cousins since he's swung the best bat in AAA as of late as far as outfielders go and is a lefty.

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I really hope he never comes back up, he needs to retire and pursue life after baseball, if you know you don't have it walk away.

 

Our farm system is still thin and although it might not be popular I feel like were probably not going to win right now with the bats we have. We need to move some pieces and acquire more prospects. Gaby Sanchez needs to be moved so Logan Morrison can take back his spot.

 

Considering Hanley Ramirez, Gaby Sanchez and John Buck were all all stars at one time it makes me think they all have the talent to be there again but for whatever reason they have all regressed while with the Marlins. Logan Morrison although not an all star was thought to have a lot of potential has also regressed.

 

It makes me think it has a lot to do with the hitting coach and if not that then they aren't making proper adjustments which unfortunately also lies with the hitting coach.

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I really hope he never comes back up, he needs to retire and pursue life after baseball, if you know you don't have it walk away.

 

What the f***? I've been down on the guy for awhile now, but that level of hyperbole is ridiculous.

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I'm starting to wonder how in the world this guy was NL ROY just a few years ago...

 

What the heck happened?

 

 

Same can be said for Gaby Flaby Sanchez. Or for the batting champion Hanley.

 

Injurys and bad luck for hanley.it worked... yusss

 

Hell squall, for once I am completely lost.

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I'm starting to wonder how in the world this guy was NL ROY just a few years ago...

 

What the heck happened?

 

 

Last year, it could explain it caused by knee injuries.

But this season, mostly it was cause of psychological or metal problem, I think.

 

After Some player have had some serial "season-over" injury, he felt some depression and dispiritedness.

Also, CC didn't have much time. He always remind that he will go down to minor when Boni is back from DL.

 

Maybe he was facing "Hastiness".

 

Starting of CC's misfortunes, Marlins have had the 2-year-contract with Infante.

If not, CC would win a 2nd base job that his original position, probably.

 

Now we are not low-payroll team anymore, it means CC can only be "a expendable".

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I really hope he never comes back up, he needs to retire and pursue life after baseball, if you know you don't have it walk away.

 

Our farm system is still thin and although it might not be popular I feel like were probably not going to win right now with the bats we have. We need to move some pieces and acquire more prospects. Gaby Sanchez needs to be moved so Logan Morrison can take back his spot.

 

Considering Hanley Ramirez, Gaby Sanchez and John Buck were all all stars at one time it makes me think they all have the talent to be there again but for whatever reason they have all regressed while with the Marlins. Logan Morrison although not an all star was thought to have a lot of potential has also regressed.

 

It makes me think it has a lot to do with the hitting coach and if not that then they aren't making proper adjustments which unfortunately also lies with the hitting coach.

 

 

Well if you fire the pitching coach, then you might also lose Tony Perez. I would hate to think that is what is keeping Eduardo on the staff, but having nepotism on a coaching staff is not unheard of.

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