Miami Marlins Trades And What They Ended Up Being
Apr 16, 2014; Miami, FL, USA; Miami Marlins owner Jeffrey H. Loria looks into the Marlins dugout during the first inning against the Washington Nationals at Marlins Ballpark. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports
Sometimes on here I like to write recap about games or break the latest news around the Miami Marlins. But sometimes I like to have some fun while writing.
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You probably read my article about the all-time Miami Marlins 25-man roster article, now I’m going to have some more fun and talk about trades that the Marlins made in the past years and what they ended up being.
What do I mean by this? Let me show you, let’s say X player was traded for Y player and then the Marlins traded Z player for another player.
I’m going to do this for the two recent major trades the Marlins did (Toronto and Tigers trade), the Hanley Ramirez trade, and the Anibal Sanchez trade.
We’ll start with the most famous trade in Marlins history.