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The Brewers got much better, and the Marlins finished ruining one of baseball ...

The Brewers will have more moves coming, with a mess of Ryan Braun, Domingo Santana, Keon Broxton, and Brett Phillips all fighting for one spot over the next several years.

And while Derek Jeter sits in a comfy office chair, shooting a tiny rubber basketball through a desktop hoop, watching the remake of Red Dawn and screaming “Wolverines!”, everything that could have possibly been attractive to Marlins fans is gone.

Some of the outfields had two Hall of Famers in them (Ty Cobb and Sam Crawford, Harry Hooper and Tris Speaker), and some of them should have (Jim Rice and Dwight Evans).

They became the 1973 Giants, who somehow stumbled into a post-Mays scenario where they had Bobby Bonds, Garry Maddox, and Gary Matthews and managed to screw it up completely*.

There is a chance that the sum of every outfielder in the organization, from A-ball to the majors, won’t be worth more than Yelich, Ozuna, and Stanton combined next year.


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