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Marlins unwilling to trade Steve Cishek, Mike Dunn

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12:57 PM ET 07.26 | With the MLB trade deadline rapidly approaching, you have to wonder if the Miami Marlins are once again prepared to unload any talent they have in an effort to cut save some dollars. Because of their history of making moves that seem to benefit the other team involved in the trades, it makes sense that teams are calling about relief pitchers Steve Cishek and Mike Dunn. However, the Marlins are reportedly unwilling to part ways with the relievers. While the Marlins may be denying that the two pitchers are available, it wouldn't be a surprise if something came to fruition before the deadline at the end of the month. It could all be a game that the team is playing in order to generate even more interest and provide a little boost to the asking price for each pitcher.

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July 26, 2013  02:35 PM ET

the only top available in the tradeability is,,,,,their manager,other than that,,the marlins have nothing to trade!!!

July 26, 2013  02:36 PM ET

Dunn and Cishek have been pretty good for the last couple years. Hard to imagine they'll be Marlins much longer.

July 26, 2013  02:36 PM ET

their last quality starter was velasco,aside from that player, the miami marlins have nothing worthed,,,

July 26, 2013  02:37 PM ET

should the marlins trade their GM and their manager???they may be able to land some single A players!!!

July 26, 2013  02:38 PM ET
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the only top available in the tradeability is,,,,,their manager,other than that,,the marlins have nothing to trade!!!

Well they have the two pitchers this article is about, and obviously they could trade Stanton. They also have a number of highly rated prospect, not that they'll be trading any of them.

Nobody wants the manager, though. This is Redmond's first season and the Marlins are the worst team in baseball. Can't imagine Redmond has made a great impression on any other ballclubs.

July 26, 2013  02:39 PM ET
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their last quality starter was velasco,aside from that player, the miami marlins have nothing worthed,,,

What? Nolasco sucks. But the Marlins have Fernandez, who is one of the best young uber pitchers right now.

July 26, 2013  03:19 PM ET
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What? Nolasco sucks. But the Marlins have Fernandez, who is one of the best young uber pitchers right now.

the marlins wouldn't want to trade their top rookie,at least not right now,,,but they always could trade Jeff Mathis to the yankees,,,mathis has great deal in experience as a catcher,,,,not a good offense skills but tremendous deffense though,,,

 
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