Three Bargain Bin Relief Pitchers the Miami Marlins should Target via Trade

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The Miami Marlins enter the 2023-2024 MLB offseason with a few critical needs. While some of these are more dire than others, the franchise must be aggressive if the Fish hope to continue their postseason momentum entering the new season.

Four Bargain Bin Relief Pitchers the Miami Marlins should Target via Trade

We have already discussed "bargain bin" options for starting pitching depth, a starting catcher, and a utility position player. Now, we reach another key aspect of the roster: relief pitching.

While the 2023 bullpen eventually rounded into form under the stability of closer Tanner Scott, other options like AJ Puk, David Robertson, and Dylan Floro were all plagued by inconsistency.

With Scott seemingly entrenched as the club's closer (more on that later), and Robertson and Floro no longer on the roster, now is the perfect opportunity to revamp this important unit into a strength of the team.

Where should President Peter Bendix and the rest of the front office start? Perhaps they could target one, or more, options in free agency. Or perhaps, the club could explore landing a reliever on a team-firendly contract via the trade market.

Should the franchise choose to explore the trade route, they should seriously consider the following four options: