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    Toronto and Miami blockbuster trade

    With almost every single player making money in Miami heading north, more to come.

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    Re: Toronto and Miami blockbuster trade

    Some of these names my not make it end the end but the talk of now is..

    Reyes, Johnson, Bonifacio, Buck, Buehrle
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    Escobar, Hechavarria, H. Alvarez, Nicolino

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    Re: Toronto and Miami blockbuster trade

    I would hate to be new Miami manager Mike Redmond but the Toronto job just got way more appealing.

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    Re: Toronto and Miami blockbuster trade

    Pretty sure the Blue Jays just acquired the Marlins. Like, bought the entire franchise.

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    Re: Toronto and Miami blockbuster trade

    Quote Originally Posted by LexRedsFan View Post
    Pretty sure the Blue Jays just acquired the Marlins. Like, bought the entire franchise.
    Buying the franchise may have been cheaper lol.

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    Re: Toronto and Miami blockbuster trade

    Bryan Price dodged a HUGE bullet not taking the Marlins job

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    Re: Toronto and Miami blockbuster trade

    I wonder where John Buck will end up next. Miami wanted to dump him because they added Rob Brantly from the Tigers in trade last year and Toronto already has J.P. Arencibia.

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    Re: Toronto and Miami blockbuster trade

    Quote Originally Posted by HometownHero View Post
    Some of these names my not make it end the end but the talk of now is..

    Reyes, Johnson, Bonifacio, Buck, Buehrle
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    Escobar, Hechavarria, H. Alvarez, Nicolino
    MLBTradeRumors is reporting Marisnick will be headed to Miami also

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    Re: Toronto and Miami blockbuster trade

    The Marlins are a joke of a franchise. This deal will annihilate whatever fanbase they have left.

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    Re: Toronto and Miami blockbuster trade

    Arencibia or another catcher may be heading to Miami as well now

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    Re: Toronto and Miami blockbuster trade

    Giancarlo Stanton tweeted this...
    Alright, I'm pissed off!!! Plain & Simple

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    Re: Toronto and Miami blockbuster trade

    I apologize if I'm insulting anyone's intelligence here but the prospects Miami will be receiving are the #2, #5 & #8 in Toronto's organization according to Baseball America. Alvarez appears to be no more than a back of the rotation guy and Escobar is a boom or bust guy at SS.

    Maybe I'm wrong, but I feel like they could have done better by trading these guys individually.

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    Re: Toronto and Miami blockbuster trade

    This franchise is a joke. They got their stadium and now they are conducting a firesale. Loria should not be allowed to own ANYTHING

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    Re: Toronto and Miami blockbuster trade

    Quote Originally Posted by HometownHero View Post
    Arencibia or another catcher may be heading to Miami as well now
    If they got Arencibia, I would feel better about the return for the Marlins

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    Re: Toronto and Miami blockbuster trade

    Now we know why Bryan Price pulled out of the deal:

    From Jim Bowden on ESPN:

    "A source close to Mike Redmond confirmed he knew this was the plan before he accepted the position."

    They must have told the candidates going in what the plan was this offseason. It makes sense now why Price withdrew his name after meeting with them.


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