More than two weeks after news first broke of their signing of SS Jose Reyes, the Miami Marlins have yet to say for sure whether Hanley Ramirez has agreed to move to third base in order to make room for Reyes.
On Friday, Marlins president of baseball operations Larry Beinfest admitted to the Miami Herald "it may take a little bit of time for him to get comfortable" with the thought of changing positions. Also last week, Reyes said he has not heard from Ramirez since joining the Marlins.
Despite the team's claims to the contrary, it is becoming clear that Ramirez is not happy about his position on the field being usurped by his friend Reyes. Shortly after the Marlins acquired Reyes, reports surfaced that Ramirez was "distraught" over having to switch positions.
The Marlins denied a later rumor that Ramirez had demanded a trade and refused to change positions. However, the Marlins were approached by several other teams about trading Ramirez following the Reyes signing. T...