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According to Juan C. Rodriguez of the South Florida Sun Sentinel, Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria confirmed the Miami Marlins have offered Jose Reyes, Mark Buehrle, and Albert Pujols contracts, adding:
“We’re looking at everyone and we want to make this team as special as we can. We would be foolish not to entertain the possibilities of some of these players. It’s one of those things that means you’re going forward. We’ve had our hands tied for a long time. With this new stadium we want to step into a new light. … There are absolutely no limits to try and see what can be done.”
Original Post, November 11 at 6:13 pm:
According to Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports, the Marlins have made significant offers to both Jose Reyes and Albert Pujols.
In addition, Jon Heyman of SI.com also says the Marlins have made an offer to LHP Mark Buehrle, although Heyman says the Marlins aren’t close to coming to terms with either of the three players.
If the Marlins sign Reyes, Heyman says the Marlins will talk ...
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