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Rosenthal On Dontrelle Willis

According to Ken Rosenthal, the Marlins will probably only listen to offers for starter Dontrelle Willis if they fall out of the race by the July 31st trading deadline.  He also adds the interesting fact that a new ballpark for the Marlins could actually encourage them to trade Willis.  At least then a public backlash wouldn't affect a stadium deal.

Both Willis and Miguel Cabrera figure to earn over $10MM next year, and Rosenthal says no Marlin is untouchable.  The idea of trading Dontrelle first surfaced about a year ago; I would imagine the Fish have received some decent offers since then.  Willis has proven to be quite durable in his four seasons; Larry Beinfest has the luxury of waiting back another year in case he gets that offer he can't refuse from a desperate team.



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