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Miami Marlins morning news: Club has 63 players in camp

Don Kelly was added Thursday. Plus notes on Dee Gordon and Carter Capps.

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Marlins News

As of Thursday, the Marlins are set to open camp with 63 players, according to's Joe Frisaro.

Members of Miami's front office have been spending the week in Japan:

A Tweet from the Marlins' official account was taken literally. Some actually want a foursome with Giancarlo Stanton:

Carter Capps and A.J. Ramos appear set to compete for the closing job this spring:

There will be plenty of competition for bullpen spots in Spring Training. Even the closer role is up for grabs, with incumbent A.J. Ramos expected to be pushed by Carter Capps, who throws heat.

Edwin Jackson is a good candidate to join Miami's 2016 starting rotation.

Don Kelly agreed to a minor league deal to join the Marlins again this season.

Miami prospect Brad Haynal will play for the Philippines during the World Baseball Classic qualifying round.

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Around the League

Jonny Gomes signed to play in Japan.

Brendan Ryan received a minor league deal to join the Nationals.

Both the White Sox and Rangers are interested in Dexter Fowler.

Yankees prospect Greg Bird will miss all of the 2016 season.