The Marlins may be preparing for a notable trade
Despite the extension of third baseman Rafael Devers and the signing of Masataka Yoshida, Justin Turner, Corey Kluber, Kenley Jansen and Chris Martin, the Boston Red Sox still have several holes.
They need a good pitcher, an infielder (preferably a shortstop), and a receiver, among others.
According to reports surfacing in Miami, they seem open to trade hopeful Triston Casas getting a pitch.
The Miami Marlins are eager to acquire Casas and they have the pitchers to make a trade.
“”The Marlins seem willing to deal with an important player on their roster for first baseman Triston Casas, a former Plantation American Heritage standout. – Barry Jackson and Craig Mish in the latest Herald article,” tweeted Marlins writer Kevin Barral.
“The Marlins seem willing to deal with an important player on their roster for first baseman Triston Casas, a former Plantation American Heritage standout.”
– Barry Jackson and Craig Mish in the latest Herald article #Marlins
— Kevin Barral (@kevin_barral) January 2, 2023
Jackson and Mish are addicted to Marlins and if they say there’s buzz, there’s buzz.
Miami has plenty of talented arms, but aside from Jazz Chisholm Jr., they don’t have a genuine young stud when it comes to positional players.
They have the throwing ammo to bring in any player they want, and they want Casas.
The Marlins have Sandy Alcantara, Pablo Lopez, Trevor Rogers, Max Meyer, Edward Cabrera, Eury Perez, Sixto Sanchez, and more.
Casas already made an MLB appearance last season and has immense power.
If the Marlins want to face off in 2023, they need to get on the offense: Their roster often looked like a Triple-A unit in 2022.
Casas would be a good start, but there is still work to be done.
Can they make a deal with Boston?
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