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Marlins: the price for Cody Ross is "very, very high"

Jul 19, 2010, 1:14 PM EDT

That’s what Buster Olney is saying the Marlins are saying.  And I can only think that the reason the Marlins are saying that is because the Braves — a division and geographic rival — are the team that has been mentioned with the greatest interest in the Ross.

Don’t get me wrong, Ross is a nice player. But he’s not worth a king’s ransom. For the Marlins to be saying he is is because (a) they really do want to make the Braves pay through the nose for him; or (b) if they do unload him to a division rival, they want to portray the haul they get in return for him in those terms, whether or not it truly is that rich a haul.

  1. Old Gator - Jul 19, 2010 at 2:01 PM

    My gut feeling is that Cantu and Volstad are the ones being shopped the hardest, with Nolasco, Ross and Uggla behind them. Schuerholz is perfectly adept at rigging a threeway with some AL team so that the Bravos wind up with Ross anyway, if they really want him, without weakening themselves in the process.

  2. scatterbrian - Jul 19, 2010 at 5:57 PM

    The GM for the Marlins is very, very high.

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