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Miami Marlins manager Mike Redmond spoke his mind with regard to an overturned obstruction call in Thursday's loss to the Reds. Plus links on Dan Jennings, Jake Marisnick, and Jarred Cosart.

Rob Foldy

-MLB Trade Rumors: "Frustrating" Marlins not willing to part with talent - Marlin Maniac - A Miami Marlins Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

One or two small tweaks won’t make this team a World Series contender, and while as a fan I would love to go all-in and win right now, no Marlins fan should want that at the expense of Miami’s very deep, very promising farm system moving forward.

-2014 MLB Trade Deadline: Marlins Acquire Astros Jarred Cosart for Colin Moran, Jake Marisnick - Marlin Maniac - A Miami Marlins Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

It actually took until after the trade deadline but the Marlins were able to make a move to bolster the team’s chances to make a run into October this year and in the next couple of seasons. The Marlins have just acquired Jarred Cosart and Kiki Hernandez for Jake Marisnick and Colin Moran.

-Here's everything Mike Hill talked about after the Marlins' trade on Thursday | Fish Bytes

"There was a number of deals we were working on today. Some of them got legs. This one got legs. This was the only one that got legs. There were some others we came up a little short on. But in the end we were happy to add a starting pitcher to the fold."

-Redmond: "To look at them in the face and say we lost the game on a technicality is BS" | Fish Bytes

Manager Mike Redmond got himself tossed and didn't hold back afterward. "I'll tell you as a former catcher in this league for 13 seasons, as a grinder who loved this game and respect this game so much, this game has been a part of my life forever. To lose a ballgame tonight on that play is a joke," he said. "It's an absolute joke. I don't think anybody who plays this game should feel good about winning that game. And I would say that if had been reversed."

-Sports Stats | www.palmbeachpost.com

The Miami Marlins were heated after Thursday night's game when a call from Major League Baseball's new instant replay system and the rule preventing catchers from blocking the plate did not go their way.

-Miami Marlins: Triple-A manager Andy Haines to manage in Arizona Fall League - Sun Sentinel

A couple of Miami Marlins’ managers will have busy offseason. Double-A manager earlier this season agreed to manage Cibao in the Dominican winter league, and this week the Arizona Fall League announced Triple-A New Orleans manager Andy Haines will manage the Salt River Rafters.

-Miami Marlins: Hechavarria fueled rare comeback with bat, glove - Sun Sentinel

There were several significant moments that contributed to the Miami Marlins' greatest comeback in years that turned into what manager Mike Redmond called the biggest win of the season so far.

-Miami Marlins lose to Cincinnati Reds on overturned call at the plate - Sun Sentinel

The review was interminable. The outcome was unconscionable. When crew chief Mike Winters shed the headset and signaled safe, that set off manager Mike Redmond into a justifiable cap-throwing, profanity-spewing boil. Instead of an inning-ending 9-2 double play and the Marlins taking a 1-0 lead into the bottom of the eighth, the out call at the plate was overturned.

-Lucas, Jennings down to make room for new Marlins | marlins.com: News

The Marlins didn't move anyone on their 25-man roster in order to make Thursday's six-player trade with the Astros, so they had to make up for it optioning infielder Ed Lucas and left-handed reliever Dan Jennings to Triple-A New Orleans. The transactions, announced after Thursday night's 3-1 loss to the Reds, freed up room for starter Jarred Cosart and utility man Enrique Hernandez.

-Tough for Miami to part with touted Marisnick, Moran | marlins.com: News

It wasn't easy for the Marlins to part ways with outfielder Jake Marisnick and third-base prospect Colin Moran in their six-player trade with the Astros on Thursday. They were two of the Marlins' top-ranked position prospects, so it was a big hit to take for a Miami club whose farm system is pitcher-heavy.

-Marlins acquire Jarred Cosart from Astros in six-player deal | marlins.com: News

The Marlins' search for a starting pitcher literally went down to the wire. For weeks, the club had been exploring numerous options, weighing everything from club-controllable arms to high-profile rentals. Miami was finally able to meet its needs, completing a six-player deal with the Astros that was finalized less than 45 seconds before Thursday's 4 p.m. ET non-waiver Trade Deadline.

Around The League

-Yankees land infielders Stephen Drew, Martin Prado at Deadline | MLB.com: News

With the Red Sox taking part in a full-scale roster makeover on Thursday, the Yankees took the opportunity to get in on the action and upgrade their infield, completing their first trade with Boston since 1997. Stephen Drew will suit up in Fenway's visitors' clubhouse when the American League East rivals meet on Friday evening, having been acquired by the Yankees in exchange for infielder Kelly Johnson.

-Red Sox trade John Lackey for Joe Kelly, Allen Craig | MLB.com: News

Just hours after trading ace Jon Lester, the Red Sox sent No. 2 starter John Lackey to the St. Louis Cardinals on Thursday amid one of the most eventful Trade Deadlines in team history.

-Red Sox trade Jon Lester to A's for Yoenis Cespedes | MLB.com: News

The Red Sox and A's pulled off a blockbuster deal Thursday morning to swap All-Stars, Boston sending ace left-hander Jon Lester to Oakland for outfielder Yoenis Cespedes.

-Tigers acquire David Price from Rays in three-team trade | MLB.com: News

The Tigers worked out a three-way agreement with the Rays and Mariners that delivers four-time All-Star and 2012 Cy Young Award winner David Price to Detroit. Tigers center fielder Austin Jackson heads to Seattle and infielder Nick Franklin goes to Tampa Bay. Left-hander Drew Smyly heads from Detroit to Tampa Bay in the deal.