Marlins Notes: Guillen, Lee, Third Base

Marlins president David Samson has said he can’t “imagine being in the game" without president of baseball operations Larry Beinfest, but it's clear that the entire Marlins front office is under scrutiny following a disappointing season in Miami. Here’s the latest as the club prepares for the offseason…

  • Manager Ozzie Guillen seems like a safe bet to return in 2013, but there’s a perception among some rival evaluators that the Marlins aren’t competitive this month,’s Buster Olney writes. Guillen is in the first year of a four-year contract and isn’t exempt from scrutiny himself.
  • Ken Rosenthal reported today that the Marlins seem more likely to make front office changes than replace Guillen.
  • The Marlins will talk to Carlos Lee’s representatives about what it would take to bring the first baseman back for 2013, Joe Capozzi of the Palm Beach Post reports. It’s more likely that the Marlins will move Logan Morrison to first base, however.
  • The Marlins want a legitimate power bat at third base, especially if they open the season with Donovan Solano at second. Miami is expected to consider a variety of options for third base, Capozzi writes.

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4 Comments on "Marlins Notes: Guillen, Lee, Third Base"

2 years 11 months ago

everyone wants a legitimate power threat at third base….

2 years 11 months ago

Another bad move.. Guillen with a 4 year deal.

Shame Garin Cecchini is at least a year and a half-2 years away, or would suggest moving Middlebrooks while his stock is up. Good power and decent glove at 3b, with a cannon for an arm.

2 years 11 months ago

Mark Reynolds?

2 years 11 months ago

As far as the third base thing goes, the Marlins need to get in line.