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Miami Marlins morning news: Hanley Ramirez not on club's radar

Hanley Ramirez is not likely to return to the Marlins. Plus notes on Donovan Solano and Larry Bowa.

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Marlins News

Hanley Ramirez will not receive another opportunity with the Marlins. According to's Joe Frisaro, Miami is not interested in a reunion.

The Marlins interviewed Larry Bowa for a second time on Thursday. Alex Cora is expected to be interviewed in the coming days.

Arizona Fall League action is preparing to get underway and the Marlins are paying close attention.

Would the Marlins be open to sending players to the Dodgers in exchange for Don Mattingly? If history is any indication, the answer is yes.

Adeiny Hechavarria could be named the Best Defensive Player in baseball.

Dan Jennings has agreed to move back to the Marlins' front office.

Miami recently optioned utility infielder Donovan Solano to Triple-A New Orleans.

The Marlins are still deciding whether Marcell Ozuna is involved in their future plans.

Have the Marlins been plagued by leadership problems?

It is never too early to look towards 2016.

Around the League

Addison Russell will not be able to play for the Cubs in the NLCS.

Robinson Cano recently underwent surgery for a sports hernia.

Yadier Molina will have surgery on his thumb.

Jose Bautista's bat flip continues to make headlines.

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