Several clubs might add to their roster before Monday's waiver trade deadline, but the Marlins are not likely to be among them. According to MLB.com's Joe Frisaro, the Marlins are likely done making trades this season.
Barring anything unforeseen, Miami is expected to stand pat before Monday's waiver Trade Deadline. In August, teams have called on third baseman Martin Prado, but Miami maintained he wasn't available.
Giancarlo Stanton is set to begin his rehab assignment on Tuesday and could return as soon as Friday.
Christian Yelich continues to be bothered by a knee injury that initially got him placed on the 15-day disabled list. As a result, the Marlins are being careful.
Jarred Cosart will make a rehab start on Tuesday and the Marlins are confident he will be able to rejoin the rotation before the end of the season.
Erik Cordier wants to earn a full time job with the Marlins next season.
Giancarlo Stanton believes the Marlins need major change.
Park dimensions might not be the issue for Miami's offense.
Around the League
Tim Lincecum's pitching career might be just about over.
Josh Hamilton still cannot run as a result of a sore knee.
Jean Machi was recently named the Red Sox's closer.
At Fish Stripes
Yelich might not be moved but Marcell Ozuna could be.
The Miami Marlins have no obvious, easy path to improving a hole-riddled roster for a variety of reasons.
The rookie is experiencing tendinitis in his throwing shoulder and is on a no-throw basis.
The Miami Marlins think they have a strong core, but who really is a part of this team's bright future?
The veteran infielder was traded at the end of the July after struggling throughout the first few months of the season.
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