#FishStripes: Moving Around

The end of July means one thing for baseball players: the trading deadline. Unfortunately with the Marlins not playing as well as expected, Miami has had to shell out some players — Hanley Ramirez, Anibal Sanchez and Omar Infante. What are some of the players' reactions to these trades?

Before we delve into those who have been traded thus far, let's focus on who is still here with our Play of the Week:

Jose Reyes brings in Donovan Solano for his seventh triple Friday night in the series opener against San Diego.

Our Tweet of the Week comes from one of those who were sent away as the Marlins are sellers at this point in the season:

Hanley wasn't the only one who tweeted out the big news.

Marlins outfielder Justin Ruggiano tweeted this out:

Because of that, some fans thought he was the one that was being shown the door. Obviously, that wasn't the case in the trade that also included Randy Choate

So he sent this next tweet out to clear the air:

More Hanley trade talk:

Reaction from front office:

This tweet from Brett Hayes is in relation to the trade that sent Omar Infante and Anibal Sanchez to the Tigers:

The Marlins' wives had a fundraiser at the park over the weekend for Shake-A-Leg Miami. Here was one of the items up for bid via Brett Hayes' wife, Elly:

The Marlins close out the month with series against Atlanta and Washington on the road.

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