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Marlins News: Marlins are looking to keep everyday position players

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After debating for some time on whether or not they should move their position player talent for pitching, the Marlins have publicly stated that they are hoping to add pitching while retaining their strong core of position players.  Anything can change at any point during the offseason but this adds clarity to the Marlin’s plan as they move forward.

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Marlins News

The Marlins have gotten many calls on their position players such as Marcell Ozuna but have announced they are not particularly looking to move them.

Ivan Rodriguez won a World Series in 2003 with the Marlins and this week he had the honor of making the Hall of Fame ballot.

The Marlins have taken preliminary steps in order to bring back relief pitcher Mike Dunn.

Can the Mets replace Yoenis Cespedes with Marlins slugger Giancarlo Stanton? Here’s a look at what the unlikely blockbuster could look like.

The Cardinals are showing immense interest in Marlins outfielder Marcell Ozuna and are looking to swing a deal with the Fish.

Around the League

With Jake Arrieta and John Lackey both becoming free agents after the season, the Cubs may look to flip Kyle Schwarber for an elite arm.

Texas Rangers GM Jon Daniels is not ruling anyone out in an attempt to bolster their roster this winter. Chris Sale, Andrew McCutchen and Edwin Encarnacion lead the shortlist.

The Twins have agreed to a three-year deal with defensive-minded catcher, Jason Castro.

After losing Josh Reddick to the Astros and not being satisfied with Yasiel Puig in right field, the Dodgers have targeted Detroit Tigers outfielder, J.D. Martinez in a trade.

Despite reports that the Yankees were in on Yoenis Cespedes, the NY Daily News reports that the slugger is not in the Yankees winter plans.

The 40 year-old switch hitting outfielder, Carlos Beltran has found a ton of interest out on the open market this offseason.