13 November 2012

This is Not Okay

(h/t to a long lost Long Island Native for giving me the title of the post.)

The skinny:

In a blockbuster deal with Toronto, Miami will reportedly send shortstop Jose Reyes and starters Josh Johnson and Mark Buehrle, along with catcher John Buck and utility man Emilio Bonifacio to the Blue Jays. The Marlins are reportedly going to receive a haul of Toronto's young players and four top prospects, including shortstops Adeiny Hechavarria and Yunel Escobar, pitchers Henderson Alvarez, Anthony DeSclafani and Justin Nicolino and outfielder Jake Marisnick. first reported the deal on Twitter. 
Baseball sources confirmed to that Johnson and Marisnick are involved in the deal, and Nicolino posted on his Twitter account that he is going to Miami. Veteran catcher Jeff Mathis also is heading to Miami, and the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reported that Toronto will receive $4 million as part of the deal. Ken Rosenthal and Jon Morosi of first reported the rest of the trade, which has been confirmed by several other media outlets. Neither club has commented on or confirmed the deal.

Read more here. 

And a reaction from my favorite Marlins fan:

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

What about the report of Victorino signing a 10 year deal with the Mets?

Chris J