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1 hour ago, Michael said:

Urena hasn't done that and he's been a Marlin this whole time!

He needs to be good first - then, and only then, will the timing be right for a devastating injury.

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2 hours ago, hovertical said:

He needs to be good first - then, and only then, will the timing be right for a devastating injury.

Nah he'd be traded first because he'd become too expensive. C'mon, hovey, you've been around long enough to know this.

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I really think that dumping guys last offseason for peanuts has given the Marlins no real bargaining power when shopping Realmuto this offseason. It certainly feels that way, since they keep asking for a ton for him (as they should), and have had no takers.

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1 hour ago, FutureGM said:

I really think that dumping guys last offseason for peanuts

I really don't think we're trade those guys for peanuts…

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On 12/31/2018 at 1:19 PM, Michael said:

Nah he'd be traded first because he'd become too expensive. C'mon, hovey, you've been around long enough to know this.

but Grasshopper - he'd still need to be good before being traded.

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4 minutes ago, hovertical said:

but Grasshopper

No longer our affiliate, it is the Clinton LumberKings now.

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On 12/31/2018 at 2:26 AM, Michael said:

Feel the rain on your skin, bitches!

Whatever happened to Ms. Independent?

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14 hours ago, FutureGM said:

I really think that dumping guys last offseason for peanuts has given the Marlins no real bargaining power when shopping Realmuto this offseason. It certainly feels that way, since they keep asking for a ton for him (as they should), and have had no takers.

Agreed. The "returns" the Marlins received last year from dumping their all star outfield have guaranteed the lowballing on JT, which I don't think will ever let up. Eventually, the Marlins will give in.

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