The move was expected, and Kim becomes the third and final Marlins player to file. He joins infielder Aaron Boone and reliever Armando Benitez.
If the Marlins bring Kim back, it would be as a fifth-starter candidate.
I wouldn't mind having Kim back, but if there is any demand for him, he won't be in the Marlins price range. Of course, that doesn't mean he won't be available on the waiver wire later in the season.