Miami Marlins: Late deadline moves bring back solid return

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Jun 18, 2015; Bronx, NY, USA; Miami Marlins relief pitcher Sam Dyson (36) in the dugout during the ninth inning against the New York Yankees at Yankee Stadium. New York Yankees won 9-4. Mandatory Credit: Anthony Gruppuso-USA TODAY Sports

It’s over. The 2015 MLB non-waiver trade deadline has passed. And the Marlins made an array of moves, beginning with the departure of Steve Cishek and finishing with the dealing of Sam Dyson.

In a deadline period filled with controversy, the Marlins fell near the center of it. From players criticizing team moves to management leaving traded pieces in the game, there remained no shortage of excitement or drama on Miami’s behalf.

But today surfaced a change for the Marlins, who acquired valuable prospects in exchange for two easily dispensable pitchers. Both Dan Haren and Sam Dyson were signed just through 2015, a year in which Miami hasn’t been able to compete.

So what exactly did they get in return?

Next: The Haren Trade