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FOXSports.com's Ken Rosenthal on Zack Greinke, the Marlins and more.
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The following is presented by -- Never stop improving. Marlins owner Jeffrey -- soon they face a question that he. -- really wanted to avoid its first year in new ballpark. The question should his team sell. And the last thing the Marlins want to do is alienate their fans but right now they hardly look like contender. The best thing for them to replenish their farm system. Might be to move pieces such as Anibal Sanchez Omar Infante and yes even the newly acquired Carlos Lee. Ken Williams always thinks big it would not be a surprise to see him get him on a picture such as the brewers' Zack Greinke. The problem for Williams is that his farm system is held in low regard -- team obviously does not wanna treat major leaguers. The one thing about Williams though is that he is fearless. And that -- could serve him well at a time when many of his colleagues are reluctant to trade young players. How is -- the Padres will -- third baseman Chase Headley and keep outfielder Carlos Quentin the reason supply and demand. Third baseman are scarce and as many as ten teams have shown interest in Headley who not only is a good durable player. But also is under club control through 2014. -- on the other hand is a potential free agent. The Padres need his power but they're not sure that a trade would get them. More than the supplemental pick that they would receive if they offered -- a one year contract and then lost him on the open market. He's clear they are buyers and that will be the case even if their ace Jason Hammel requires knee surgery. Zach Britton will be the next to join the rotation and there are others in line at AAA. And the Orioles are willing to treat it any prospect but Dylan Bundy or Manny Machado they probably don't have enough to get Zack Greinke. There -- interested in lesser starters such as Joseph Blanton and Jason Vargas. And they're also looking at one of plans Phillies teammates outfielder Juan Pierre.