Miami Marlins: The 7 Worst Moves in Franchise History

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Miami Marlins: The 7 Worst Moves in Franchise History
For a franchise with more fire sales (three) than World Series titles (1997 and 2003), the sign this Miami Marlins fan is holding could very well just say it all.

Giancarlo Stanton, if you're reading this, you might find yourself on here someday.

Then again, after his "Alright, I'm pissed off!!! Plain & Simple" tweet nearly three weeks ago, he might enjoy making his way onto the long list of the worst moves in Miami Marlins history—which, barring injury, might be a trade out of Miami after the 2014 season, when he will probably earn an eight-figure salary during his second go-round in the arbitration process.

Let's face it, unless Stanton is traded or granted free agency signs a franchise-altering 15-year extension with a full no-trade clause, Stanton and every talented Marlin after him will always be one move away from the next blockbuster fire sale.

And to imagine, the Marlins have won more World Series championships (1997 and 2003) in their 20 years of existence than 11 franchises. How is that possible?

Anyway, without further ado, in descending order, here are the seven worst moves in Miami Marlins history.

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