Mat Latos pitched well against the Padres on Sunday in what could be his last start as a Marlin. According to MLB.com's Joe Frisaro, Latos is not bothered by trade talks.
"I couldn't care less," Latos said of the rumors. "I'm not paying attention to that stuff. I told D.J. the same thing. I know this is all a business, and they have to do what they feel they have to do to make the ballclub better in the future."
J.T. Realmuto homered but the Marlins dropped their third straight to the Padres on Sunday afternoon.
After designating Jarrod Saltalamacchia for assignment, the Marlins were hoping Realmuto would produce consistently. He has done just that thus far.
Dan Haren can earn $3 million worth of incentives in 2015. As a result, trading Haren becomes complicated.
Jose Fernandez takes the mound as the Marlins open a three game set with the Nationals on Tuesday.
Miami had difficulty scoring against the Padres over the weekend.
Derek Dietrich has played well. Should he receive more playing time?
Overall, Adeiny Hechavarria continues to mature as a young shortstop.
Around The League
The Royals were able to finalize a deal for Johnny Cueto on Sunday.
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Cole Hamels might be the next to get traded with Kazmir and Cueto off the board.
Pittsburgh would like to add some more offense before the end of next week.
At Fish Stripes
-Miami Marlins 'very much open' to dealing Marcell Ozuna - Fish Stripes
The 24-year old outfielder might be dealt before the end of the month.
-Miami Marlins trade rumors: Derek Dietrich drawing interest - Fish Stripes
The 26-year old infielder could be dealt before the end of next week.
-Miami Marlins starters likely become more valuable following Johnny Cueto deal - Fish Stripes
Cueto is headed to Kansas City and starting pitchers will likely continue to be dealt.
-Marlins trade Steve Cishek to Cardinals - Fish Stripes
Kyle Barraclough is headed to Miami in the deal.
-Miami Marlins trade rumors: Royals interested in Martin Prado - Fish Stripes
The 31-year old third baseman is not expected to be dealt.
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