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Can The Marlins Rise Up?

With such young talent talent as Jose Fernandez and Marcell Ozuna doing so well, with Rob Brantly in place as long term catcher, with Mike Stanton and Logan Morrison currently on the DL and Christian Yelich waiting for his opportunity to shine I sit and ponder the possibilities of the future Marlins. Now, OF is stacked so we can take Ruggiano out of the question and maybe even subtract Morrison or Stanton. I love Stanton but he's too injury prone and the amount of wealth they could get for him is big. What if they traded him for a cache of high talent? What if it's 2003 all over again some time in the next few years?
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