The MLB non-tender deadline has now officially passed meaning that there are a few notable players around baseball that are now free agents. Could the Miami Marlins potentially have interest in any of those players?
Florida’s MLB teams have linked up for yet another trade. In a fascinating one-for-one swap, Craig Mish reports that the Marlins are trading toolsy outfield prospect Kameron Misner to the Rays for infielder Joey Wendle.
When the Miami Marlins acquired catcher Jacob Stallings in a trade from the Pirates on Monday afternoon, a notable part of the return for Pittsburgh were two of Miami’s Top 30 prospects – RHP Kyle Nicolas and OF Connor Scott.
Zach Thompson, Kyle Nicolas and Connor Scott are headed to Pittsburgh in return. The Marlins have found their primary catcher for the 2022 season (and possibly beyond), reaching an agreement to acquire Jacob Stallings from the Pirates in a three-for-one trade.
With rumors circulating about other potential moves that the club will make over the next one-to-two days, the Miami Marlins made another move on Sunday afternoon by signing free agent utility man Ray-Patrick Didder to a minor league deal.
Out of all the news coming out of baseball at the moment, one report that made some headlines around the league in recent days is the Baltimore Orioles potentially listening to trade offers for star center fielder Cedric Mullins.