Scott Boras has addressed the Jose Fernandez rumors by saying that the Marlins know they have a special talent in the Cuban phenom and that players of Fernandez's caliber are rarely traded.
After a turbulent 2015 season, many managerial faces have changed for the Marlins, but the roster has largely stayed the same as the team believes in the abilities of its core group of young players.
The Marlins need to find 20 wins from somewhere if they want to make the playoffs next year, and one area for improvement could be at the shortstop position.
Even though Scott Boras doesn't think that Jose Fernandez will be traded, it doesn't stop people from formulating possible trade scenarios for the young ace.
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Who will lead the rookie of the year races at the end of the new season?
Henderson Alvarez will now call Oakland home as he has signed a one-year deal with the A's.
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After failing to acquire Aroldis Chapman, how can the Marlins improve their bullpen?
Miami was unprepared/unable to better the offer the Reds received from the Yankees.