6 Marlins Players Most Likely to Be Dealt Before Opening Day

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6 Marlins Players Most Likely to Be Dealt Before Opening Day
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Miami Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria, right, could be chatting with team president David Samson about the next trade the organization will make before Opening Day.

We're three months away from opening day.

But for the Miami Marlins, it just means owner Jeffrey Loria and his organization has about another 90 days to find a team to make more jaw-dropping trades. Believe it or not, the Marlins still have enough pieces left to execute such a transaction.

Will Giancarlo Stanton find a new home? Will Ricky Nolasco get his wish? Will an obscure Marlins player be a part of a big trade package leaving Miami, or will he be involved in a minor swap?

With these Marlins, the possibilities are endless. Just ask Miguel Cabrera, Luis Castillo, Josh Johnson, Paul Lo Duca, Mike Lowell, Hanley Ramirez, Jose Reyes, Gaby Sanchez, Dan Uggla and Dontrelle Willis. Those are just some of the All-Stars the Marlins have traded since Loria owned the team in 2002.

So, as we count down to the first pitch of the 2013 season, here are some Marlins players who could be traded by opening day.

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