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Marlins Morning News: Offensive game plan looks to be key for 2017

The Marlins have constructed an offensive game plan for the 2017 season and they are hoping that it will lead to success for them. They have kept together the core of their offense which leads to an incredibly deep lineup for the Fish while they have added pitching to the rotation and bullpen for next year.

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Marlins News

The Marlins have an offensive game plan ready for next season and they will look to their strong lineup to carry it out.

After adding several pieces to the bullpen, the Marlins have now shifted their focus to bolstering their rotation.

Christian Yelich has committed to playing for team USA in the WBC this March as he honors his fallen teammate, Jose Fernandez.

The Marlins owner has floated a $1.7 billion dollar price tag on the Marlins as he may look to finally sell the team.

Around the League

The Red Sox continued their flurry of moves on Tuesday when they shipped Clay Buchholz to the Phillies.

It has been reported that the Yankees are interested in acquiring LHP Jose Quintana.

The Diamondbacks struck a deal with left hand-hitting outfielder Oswaldo Arcia.

In an effort to improve their rotation, the Padres have signaled that they are interested in a reunion with veteran starter Jake Peavy.

It seems as though the Mets will stay in house to address the starting CF job next season.