Found July 28, 2010 on PRO Rumors:
A source close to Ken Rosenthal of FOXSports says that Florida Marlins second baseman Dan Uggla has switched agents. He has left Jeff Borris of the Beverly Hills Sports Council to join Terry Bross of Gaylord Sports Management. Marlins GM Larry Beinfest told reports earlier this week that he plans to explore multi-year deals with more than one of his current players. Uggla is currently making $7.8 million this season, and has one more year of salary arbitration before he becomes a free agent. His salary for 2011 could top $10 million.
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