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Marlins Minor League Deals

Lest you begin to envy the Phillies and their blockbuster Halladay deal, keep in mind that the Fish were doing a little dealing of their own yesterday. (Emphasis on "little.")

The Marlins on Monday reached agreement on a Minor League deal with right-hander Clay Hensley, who was 8-4 with a 3.24 ERA at Triple-A New Orleans this year.

Additionally, the club signed four players to Minor League contracts with Spring Training invitations. Infielders Brian Barden and Donnie Murphy signed, as did right-handers Scott Strickland and Matt Peterson.

Hensley has 106 games of big league experience. His last stint in the Majors was in 2008 with the Padres. The 30-year-old right-hander opened this year with Houston's Round Rock Triple-A team, before he was picked up by the Marlins. He made 19 starts at New Orleans.

Still envying the Phillies? Didn't think so.