Today's Palm Beach post reports Marlins manager Joe Girardi averring the Marlins are done trading for the year.
This easily leads to the conclusion that 35-year-old reclamation project Joe Borowski will not be dealt.
A bad move in my opinion, but a move nonetheless. Maybe the Marlins want to keep up the excitement that only the NL can generate for a team seven games under .500 on the 22nd of July?
However, a little later in the article, this:
Jumpin' Joe Girardio's first substantial stab at negotiating in the press is an utter failure.
No organization would be so stupid as the keep a 35-year-old reclamation project for only one month's (August) worth of work when it can likely obtain a young CF prospect. (Would the White Sox deal Brian Anderson for Borowski?)
Geez, if I can see through it, I know someone whose livelihood depends on this type of insight should also.