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2012 Miami Marlins Winter Meetings Coverage

The Miami Marlins figure to make headlines for trading players away rather than acquiring them as they did last season in the winter meetings. Still, the Marlins may be in the fray for some of the three days in Nashville.

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2012 Winter Meetings Miami Marlins Day 2 Recap

The Miami Marlins finished up the second day of the winter meetings with a lot more buzz surrounding their possible trade assets in Yunel Escobar and Ricky Nolasco than their possible acquisitions such as Mark Reynolds.

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Marlins Sell Low on Yunel Escobar Trade to To Rays

The Miami Marlins completed a trade sending Yunel Escobar to the Tampa Bay Rays. The return of middle infield prospect Derek Dietrich is decent, if not underwhelming given Escobar's trade value and rebound season potential.

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Marlins Trade Yunel Escobar to Rays for Dietrich

It is official. The Miami Marlins have completed a trade sending Yunel Escobar to the Tampa Bay Rays for middle infield prospect Derek Dietrich, according to Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times.

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2012 Winter Meetings Miami Marlins Day 1 Recap

The Miami Marlins finished a relatively uneventful first day of the winter meetings, but it does not mean that there was not any news to discuss on the Fish front regarding Giancarlo Stanton's status, the Marlins' interest in trades and free agents.

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2012 Winter Meetings: Marlins Nolasco Wants Trade

Ricky Nolasco's agent, Matt Sosnick, mentioned to ESPN's Jerry Crasnick that his client does not like the direction of the Miami Marlins organization and wants to be traded.

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2012 Winter Meetings: Marlins Shopping Escobar

The Miami Marlins continue to shop current third baseman Yunel Escobar despite (or because of) his low salary and bounce back potential.

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