Marlins will require Bradley, Bogearts, Barnes & Middlebrooks for Stanton because they will get at least that if they put Stanton on the market

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    "I'd give up a great deal" won't cut it. Let's see your specifics, to see how delusional you are.



    no one is more delusional than you are. 

     
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    "I'd give up a great deal" won't cut it. Let's see your specifics, to see how delusional you are.



    no one is more delusional than you are. 

     
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    "I'd give up a great deal" won't cut it. Let's see your specifics, to see how delusional you are.



    no one is more delusional than you are. 

     
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    "I'd give up a great deal" won't cut it. Let's see your specifics, to see how delusional you are.



    no one is more delusional than you are. 

     
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    "I'd give up a great deal" won't cut it. Let's see your specifics, to see how delusional you are.



    no one is more delusional than you are. 

     
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    "I'd give up a great deal" won't cut it. Let's see your specifics, to see how delusional you are.



    no one is more delusional than you are. 

     
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    "I'd give up a great deal" won't cut it. Let's see your specifics, to see how delusional you are.



    no one is more delusional than you are. 

     
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    "I'd give up a great deal" won't cut it. Let's see your specifics, to see how delusional you are.



    no one is more delusional than you are. 

     
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    "I'd give up a great deal" won't cut it. Let's see your specifics, to see how delusional you are.




    I think JBJ and Bogaerts would be a great starting point. I also think JBJ, Barnes, Cecchini would also be a good alternative as a way to keep XB. Then add any non-top prospect to edge our bid over any other competitor.

    of course this all depends on the players value when Stanton is put on the market (my guess: 2014). By that time, a lot our other prospects could have shot up the ladder and we may have other viable options to land him.

     

     
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    In response to softlaw2's comment:

    "I'd give up a great deal" won't cut it. Let's see your specifics, to see how delusional you are.




    I think JBJ and Bogaerts would be a great starting point. I also think JBJ, Barnes, Cecchini would also be a good alternative as a way to keep XB. Then add any non-top prospect to edge our bid over any other competitor.

    of course this all depends on the players value when Stanton is put on the market (my guess: 2014). By that time, a lot our other prospects could have shot up the ladder and we may have other viable options to land him.

     

     
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    In response to softlaw2's comment:

    "I'd give up a great deal" won't cut it. Let's see your specifics, to see how delusional you are.




    I think JBJ and Bogaerts would be a great starting point. I also think JBJ, Barnes, Cecchini would also be a good alternative as a way to keep XB. Then add any non-top prospect to edge our bid over any other competitor.

    of course this all depends on the players value when Stanton is put on the market (my guess: 2014). By that time, a lot our other prospects could have shot up the ladder and we may have other viable options to land him.

     

     
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    In response to softlaw2's comment:

    "I'd give up a great deal" won't cut it. Let's see your specifics, to see how delusional you are.




    I think JBJ and Bogaerts would be a great starting point. I also think JBJ, Barnes, Cecchini would also be a good alternative as a way to keep XB. Then add any non-top prospect to edge our bid over any other competitor.

    of course this all depends on the players value when Stanton is put on the market (my guess: 2014). By that time, a lot our other prospects could have shot up the ladder and we may have other viable options to land him.

     

     
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    In response to softlaw2's comment:

    "I'd give up a great deal" won't cut it. Let's see your specifics, to see how delusional you are.




    I think JBJ and Bogaerts would be a great starting point. I also think JBJ, Barnes, Cecchini would also be a good alternative as a way to keep XB. Then add any non-top prospect to edge our bid over any other competitor.

    of course this all depends on the players value when Stanton is put on the market (my guess: 2014). By that time, a lot our other prospects could have shot up the ladder and we may have other viable options to land him.

     

     
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    In response to softlaw2's comment:

    "I'd give up a great deal" won't cut it. Let's see your specifics, to see how delusional you are.




    I think JBJ and Bogaerts would be a great starting point. I also think JBJ, Barnes, Cecchini would also be a good alternative as a way to keep XB. Then add any non-top prospect to edge our bid over any other competitor.

    of course this all depends on the players value when Stanton is put on the market (my guess: 2014). By that time, a lot our other prospects could have shot up the ladder and we may have other viable options to land him.

     

     
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    In response to softlaw2's comment:

    "I'd give up a great deal" won't cut it. Let's see your specifics, to see how delusional you are.




    I think JBJ and Bogaerts would be a great starting point. I also think JBJ, Barnes, Cecchini would also be a good alternative as a way to keep XB. Then add any non-top prospect to edge our bid over any other competitor.

    of course this all depends on the players value when Stanton is put on the market (my guess: 2014). By that time, a lot our other prospects could have shot up the ladder and we may have other viable options to land him.

     

     
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    In response to softlaw2's comment:

    "I'd give up a great deal" won't cut it. Let's see your specifics, to see how delusional you are.




    I think JBJ and Bogaerts would be a great starting point. I also think JBJ, Barnes, Cecchini would also be a good alternative as a way to keep XB. Then add any non-top prospect to edge our bid over any other competitor.

    of course this all depends on the players value when Stanton is put on the market (my guess: 2014). By that time, a lot our other prospects could have shot up the ladder and we may have other viable options to land him.

     

     
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    In response to softlaw2's comment:

    "I'd give up a great deal" won't cut it. Let's see your specifics, to see how delusional you are.




    I think JBJ and Bogaerts would be a great starting point. I also think JBJ, Barnes, Cecchini would also be a good alternative as a way to keep XB. Then add any non-top prospect to edge our bid over any other competitor.

    of course this all depends on the players value when Stanton is put on the market (my guess: 2014). By that time, a lot our other prospects could have shot up the ladder and we may have other viable options to land him.

     

     
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    In response to softlaw2's comment:

    "I'd give up a great deal" won't cut it. Let's see your specifics, to see how delusional you are.




    I think JBJ and Bogaerts would be a great starting point. I also think JBJ, Barnes, Cecchini would also be a good alternative as a way to keep XB. Then add any non-top prospect to edge our bid over any other competitor.

    of course this all depends on the players value when Stanton is put on the market (my guess: 2014). By that time, a lot our other prospects could have shot up the ladder and we may have other viable options to land him.

     

     
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    In response to softlaw2's comment:

    "I'd give up a great deal" won't cut it. Let's see your specifics, to see how delusional you are.




    I think JBJ and Bogaerts would be a great starting point. I also think JBJ, Barnes, Cecchini would also be a good alternative as a way to keep XB. Then add any non-top prospect to edge our bid over any other competitor.

    of course this all depends on the players value when Stanton is put on the market (my guess: 2014). By that time, a lot our other prospects could have shot up the ladder and we may have other viable options to land him.

     

     
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    In response to softlaw2's comment:

    "I'd give up a great deal" won't cut it. Let's see your specifics, to see how delusional you are.




    I think JBJ and Bogaerts would be a great starting point. I also think JBJ, Barnes, Cecchini would also be a good alternative as a way to keep XB. Then add any non-top prospect to edge our bid over any other competitor.

    of course this all depends on the players value when Stanton is put on the market (my guess: 2014). By that time, a lot our other prospects could have shot up the ladder and we may have other viable options to land him.

     

     
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    In response to softlaw2's comment:

    "I'd give up a great deal" won't cut it. Let's see your specifics, to see how delusional you are.




    I think JBJ and Bogaerts would be a great starting point. I also think JBJ, Barnes, Cecchini would also be a good alternative as a way to keep XB. Then add any non-top prospect to edge our bid over any other competitor.

    of course this all depends on the players value when Stanton is put on the market (my guess: 2014). By that time, a lot our other prospects could have shot up the ladder and we may have other viable options to land him.

     

     
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    In response to softlaw2's comment:

    "I'd give up a great deal" won't cut it. Let's see your specifics, to see how delusional you are.




    I think JBJ and Bogaerts would be a great starting point. I also think JBJ, Barnes, Cecchini would also be a good alternative as a way to keep XB. Then add any non-top prospect to edge our bid over any other competitor.

    of course this all depends on the players value when Stanton is put on the market (my guess: 2014). By that time, a lot our other prospects could have shot up the ladder and we may have other viable options to land him.

     

     
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    In response to softlaw2's comment:

    "I'd give up a great deal" won't cut it. Let's see your specifics, to see how delusional you are.




    I think JBJ and Bogaerts would be a great starting point. I also think JBJ, Barnes, Cecchini would also be a good alternative as a way to keep XB. Then add any non-top prospect to edge our bid over any other competitor.

    of course this all depends on the players value when Stanton is put on the market (my guess: 2014). By that time, a lot our other prospects could have shot up the ladder and we may have other viable options to land him.

     

     
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    In response to softlaw2's comment:

    "I'd give up a great deal" won't cut it. Let's see your specifics, to see how delusional you are.




    I think JBJ and Bogaerts would be a great starting point. I also think JBJ, Barnes, Cecchini would also be a good alternative as a way to keep XB. Then add any non-top prospect to edge our bid over any other competitor.

    of course this all depends on the players value when Stanton is put on the market (my guess: 2014). By that time, a lot our other prospects could have shot up the ladder and we may have other viable options to land him.

     

     
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    In response to softlaw2's comment:

    "I'd give up a great deal" won't cut it. Let's see your specifics, to see how delusional you are.




    I think JBJ and Bogaerts would be a great starting point. I also think JBJ, Barnes, Cecchini would also be a good alternative as a way to keep XB. Then add any non-top prospect to edge our bid over any other competitor.

    of course this all depends on the players value when Stanton is put on the market (my guess: 2014). By that time, a lot our other prospects could have shot up the ladder and we may have other viable options to land him.

     

     

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