Found September 21, 2012 on The Victory Formation:

The Miami Marlins are one pace for the quickest tear down of a roster in the history of Major League Baseball. After signing several big name free agents, such as Jose Reyes, Heath Bell, and Mark Buerhle, in the offseason, the Marlins have already moved towards dismantling the team. They traded away Hanley Ramirez midseason, [...]

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