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I mostly agree but I could see a trade happening where the Marlins pay some of the salary and we get a lower level prospect in return. As a team expecting to contend would you not want a Nolasco towards the back of your rotation for one year at 5-6 million? Marlins could take some money off and take a flyer on a guy maybe not expected to do much.

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Unless they can find a team to eat nearly all of that salary, I think they might be better off keeping him. He's pretty durable and will probably give you innings.

 

I'd rather go that route than have the Marlins pay more than half of his salary to have him pitch for another team and get a throw-in prospect or two in return.

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Unless they can find a team to eat nearly all of that salary, I think they might be better off keeping him. He's pretty durable and will probably give you innings.

 

I'd rather go that route than have the Marlins pay more than half of his salary to have him pitch for another team and get a throw-in prospect or two in return.

 

 

Yeah, exactly.

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Unless they can find a team to eat nearly all of that salary, I think they might be better off keeping him. He's pretty durable and will probably give you innings.

 

I'd rather go that route than have the Marlins pay more than half of his salary to have him pitch for another team and get a throw-in prospect or two in return.

 

 

Fair enough, just trying to find some positives here.

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Nolasco is not getting traded.

No team is going to take his salary. We're better off keeping him another year and hoping that he pitches better, overall, in his contract year.

 

 

The contract year thing is the only reason I think we should keep him.

 

 

But... you know... actually treat him like the mediocre #5 pitcher that he is.

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