Found December 13, 2011 on MLB Trade Rumors:
PLAYERS: Greg Dobbs
TEAMS: Miami Marlins
Seeking an upgrade for their bench, the Nationals have expressed an interest in Greg Dobbs according to's Bill Ladson. Ladson also reiterates the team's interest in Mark DeRosa. Dobbs, 33, hit .275/.311/.389 with eight homers for the Marlins last season, playing mostly third base but also seeing time at first and in both outfield corners. He's a .259/.316/.430 hitter in 316 career pinch-hitting appearances, which would be a huge upgrade over the .186/.291/.240 line Washington's pinch-hitters produced in 2011.

Marlins Stadium has safety concerns?

One man who was heavily involved with the construction of the new Marlins Stadium says there are several safety concerns.


Catcher helped rescue two women

The Marlins John Buck is being lauded for his heroism, after he helped pull two women from an overturned car in his neighborhood last Thursday. 

Miami Marlins: Photos galore from final ballpark tour

I Tweeted out most of these pictures Tuesday morning during the ballpark tour. For those of you who missed any of the images, here they are. Click on individual photos for a description.

John Buck helps rescue two people after Florida car accident

If there's a complete opposite of the vehicle-related mishap that occurred to David Price over the weekend, John Buck may have experienced it. Instead of shooing away a voiding vagrant, the Miami Marlins catcher helped pull two elderly women out of a crashed car and toward safety. Joe Capozzi of the Palm Beach Post has the full tale, which began when Buck noticed a palm tree...

Marlins Ballpark On Schedule, 90 Percent Done

With opening day less than four months away, the Miami Marlins ballpark construction is 90 percent complete and on-schedule, team officials said Tuesday. "The project is on-time, on-budget and continues to exceed all local employment goals," said Carolina Perrina, the Marlins director of business communications.   November and December have also marked record-breaking...

Badenhop dealt to Rays

MIAMI — Burke Badenhop, the final piece of the Miguel Cabrera-Dontrelle Willis trade, has been dealt to the Rays for Minor League catcher Jake Jefferies. The 28-year-old was used mostly in long relief in his Marlins’ career, which began in 2008. Badenhop was 2-3 witha 4.10 ERA in 50 games for the Marlins last year, logging 63 2/3 innings. The right-hander is in his second season...

Rays acquire reliever Badenhop from Marlins

Right-hander Burke Badenhop has been traded by the Miami Marlins to the Tampa Bay Rays for minor league catcher Jake Jefferies.

Marlins trade RHP Badenhop to Rays (AP)

Right-hander Burke Badenhop has been traded by the Miami Marlins to the Tampa Bay Rays for minor league catcher Jake Jefferies. Badenhop pitched the past four seasons for the Marlins. He went 2-3 with a 4.10 ERA in 50 games this year. Jefferies, a third-round pick in the 2008 draft, spent most of the year with Class-A Charlotte, where he batted .235 with two homers in 59 games.

Rays acquire P Badenhop from Marlins

The Tampa Bay Rays acquired reliever Burke Badenhop from the Miami Marlins on Monday in exchange for minor league catcher Jake Jefferies.

Rowand reunites with Ozzie in Miami

MIAMI — Veteran Aaron Rowand has signed a minor league contract with the Miami Marlins and will contend for a job as a backup outfielder.

Miami Marlins sign outfielder Aaron Rowand, trade pitcher Burke Badenhop to Tampa Bay Rays

The Marlins made a series of moves on Monday, including signing veteran outfielder Aaron Rowand and trading Burke Badenhop to Tampa Bay for a minor-league catcher.
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