Miami Marlins: 6 centerfielders to trade for when MLB Lockout ends

Matt Melton
NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 03: Cedric Mullins #31 of the Baltimore Orioles in action against the New York Yankees during a game at Yankee Stadium on September 3, 2021 in New York City. (Photo by Rich Schultz/Getty Images)
NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 03: Cedric Mullins #31 of the Baltimore Orioles in action against the New York Yankees during a game at Yankee Stadium on September 3, 2021 in New York City. (Photo by Rich Schultz/Getty Images) /
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The Miami Marlins were one of the more-active teams in baseball before the MLB Lockout began making a total of three significant trades, as well as a big free agent signing. However, when the lockout ends, will that continue?

When asking that question, the answer is most-likely yes. However, we obviously do not know when that will be, but what we do know is what the Marlins next significant move will likely be to address – centerfield.

The Miami Marlins should trade for a centerfielder

The Marlins are still looking for a long-term option in centerfield entering the 2022 season, making it obvious that adding to the position is the next big move. However, with the free agents at the position not necessarily what Miami is looking for, a significant trade to address the position seems likely whenever the offseason moves resume.

Who will the Marlins trade for however? Will the club look to acquire an experienced veteran to help in 2022, or a younger player who would patrol centerfield at loanDepot Park for years to come?

One thing is clear however – the Miami Marlins have options. With those options comes a talent-rich farm system that is capable of pulling off any potential trade for any of those options.

With that set, here are six centerfielders that the Miami Marlins should consider trading for once the MLB Lockout ends.

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